Jolla's co-founder leaves; Verizon intros XX-Large with 18 GB for $100/month

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Marc Dillon, the co-founder and COO of smartphone startup Jolla, has quit the Finnish company. Register article

> Twitter's Periscope is reportedly building an Apple TV app. TechCrunch article

> Samsung said it is seeing 25,000 registrants for its Samsung Pay service per day. Phandroid article

> Moody's warned that the way the Tier 1 U.S. carriers handle the finances of their equipment installation plans could result in "future headwind." Release

> Verizon Wireless certified the NetComm Wireless 4G WiFi M2M Router (NTC-140W-01) for deployment. Release

> Verizon Wireless announced a fourth tier of data: XX-Large that offers 18 GB for $100 per month. Post

> 4G Americas, citing data from Ovum, said that there were 755 million total LTE connections worldwide as of the second quarter of 2015, a 141 percent increase year over year. Release

> Nokia is reportedly planning to launch the C1 Android smartphone. Verge article

> C Spire selected AppDynamics for "application intelligence monitoring and troubleshooting for its customer-facing applications." Release

> Samsung denied reports that it will cut staff, noting only that it will conduct "relocations of workers." Yonhap article

> According to RootMetrics, Sprint tied Verizon as the best mobile carrier in Denver. Denver Post article

Telecom News

> Does Verizon's CAF-II refusal mean another wireline asset sale is coming? Editor's Corner

Online Video News

> Netflix will launch service in South Korea and several other Asian markets next year. Article

Installer News

> Hoping to speed installations by leveraging auto-discovery tools, Dish Network has completed integration of its Hopper DVR with control modules of leading home-automation suppliers AMX by Harman, Crestron, Pro Control and RTI. Article

> Unite Private Networks (UPN) may be gaining momentum in the wholesale wireless backhaul market with the recent installation of its 100th cell tower with dark fiber, but the service provider's move to offer turnkey small cell services illustrates that there's value in providing more than just a large pipe. Article

European Wireless News

> Nokia Networks said it has developed the world's first modular outdoor small cell base station to deliver peak data rates of over 1 Gbps, as it announced a bundle of services it said can cut the cost of deploying small cells. Article

Cable News

> Gracenote is marketing a new feature to cable and satellite operators that's designed to automatically extend DVR recordings for sports events that go into overtime or extra innings. Article

And finally… Apple likely filed for a tvOS trademark in November. Article

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