Intel reportedly to supply Google Glass chips; Republic Wireless will sell next-gen Moto X

Quick news from around the Web.

> Intel reportedly will supply chips for the next version of Google Glass. Article

> Juno Cho was named president and CEO of LG Mobile. Jong-seok Park, the former president and CEO, is being moved to the newly created position of chief technology advisor. Article

> Microsoft reportedly will preview Windows 10 in late January at a press event. Article 

> MVNO Republic Wireless will start selling the next-generation Motorola Moto X on Dec. 10. Release

> Video-messaging company Glide closed on $20 million Series B financing. Release

> Motorola is offering its next-generation Moto X for one cent for Verizon customers and $149 off the regular price for everyone else. Blog

> Forward Networks, an SDN startup, has raised $12 million in financing. Article

Wireless Tech News

> The Marriott chain agreed to pay $600,000 to settle a claim that its employees blocked hotspots at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Convention Center in Nashville. Article

> UTStarcom is back to take another swing at the U.S. market, this time with a new Wi-Fi solution targeting cable operators with large-scale networks. Article

European Wireless News

> Vodafone is reportedly reviewing a possible acquisition of European cable operator Liberty Global. Article

> Juniper Research predicts that the number of online purchases and payments made on mobile devices will soar in the next five years. Article

> Altice has started negotiating with Brazil-based Oi to acquire the Portuguese assets of Portugal Telecom (PT Portugal) for €7.4 billion ($9.2 billion). Article

Telecom News

> Vonage has been granted four new patents by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) targeting conferencing, network registration, VoIP quality and Wi-Fi. Article

> BT Americas is eyeing Mexico as a possible expansion target thanks to new laws that encourage competition and invite foreign companies to invest in the country's telecom market. Article

Cable News

> BlackArrow has announced the departure of Dean Denhart as CEO after seven years in the role. Article

> Research firm DisplaySearch counts 6.4 million 4K TV shipments through the first three quarters of 2014. Article

And finally... A leaked image indicates that Apple's giant 12.2-inch tablet, due out in 2015, will be significantly thicker than the iPad Air 2. Article

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