LG updates user interface on G5; Apple reportedly planning a 5.8-inch phone with OLED

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Google is reportedly planning to upgrade its Android operating system to support its Visual Search service through device's camera. SlashGear article

> LG said its new mobile user interface, UX 5.0., is "designed for a more playful and innovative mobile experience" and will be available for the company's G5 phone, as well as unnamed future models. Release

> Samsung appears to be preparing a Galaxy S7 Active smartphone. Engadget article

> Some public interest groups are arguing that zero-rated harms poor Americans. Motherboard article

> A new report predicts Apple will eventually release a new iPhone with a 5.8-inch, OLED screen. India Today article

Telecom News

> Google Fiber confirmed plans to light its 1 Gbps FTTH service by the end of 2016 during the opening of a new store in the Salt Lake City's Trolley Square area, laying a greater challenge to incumbent telco CenturyLink. Article

> Verizon has been for overcharging New York POTS voice customers $1,000 to $1,500 each, claims the New Networks Institute. Article

Wireless Tech News

> New products are starting to arrive, making new networks possible at 3.5 GHz. In the U.S. and a few other countries, 80 MHz spectrum has been set aside for "General Authorized Access." Industry Voices

> Google is revisiting the idea that the FCC consider whether it is possible to allow general unlicensed use by the public of Channel 14 while still protecting Globalstar's satellite services. Article

Cable News

> Entertainment mogul Byron Allen has filed a petition with the FCC, claiming Comcast has not lived up to program diversity conditions imposed on it amid regulatory approval for its purchase of NBCUniversal five years ago. Article

And finally… T-Mobile CEO John Legere received his own emoji from Twitter. Article

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