ITC to review Ericsson's case against Apple; IBM to put $3B toward IoT

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> A website appears to have published what might be pictures of Apple's next iPhone. Article

> Musician Jay Z launched the new Tidal music service. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will review Ericsson's patent-infringement case against Apple. Article

> A new report from App Annie and IDC predicts that revenues from app sales in Google Play and Apple's App Store will double by 2018. Article

> The FDA doesn't plan to heavily regulate devices like the forthcoming Apple Watch. Article

> IBM plans to put $3 billion toward a new business unit that will target the Internet of Things space. Article

Mobile Developer News

> How can developers take advantage of Google's new reviewing system for its Google Play Android apps? Article

> Developers need to learn how to tell stories. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> Lumos Networks is putting its new 75 route mile long-haul network from Richmond to Hampton Roads, Va., to work by beginning to pre-sell services to businesses and carriers that reside along the path between these two cities. Article

> Windstream's Communications Sales & Leasing has put another executive of its management team in place, naming financial veteran Mark Wallace to be the company's senior VP, CFO and treasurer. Article

Cable News

> ThePlatform, the video publishing company owned by Comcast, announced today it scored two new customers: Stan in Australia and shomi in Canada. Article

> The executive VP promotions of customer service boss Charlie Herrin and video services G.M. Matthew Strauss highlighted what was a flurry of 21 executive promotions for Comcast. Article

And finally… Tesla could introduce a new battery next month. Article

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