Microsoft issues update for Windows 10 Maps; HTC cuts ties with former CEO Peter Chou

More wireless news from across the web:

> Microsoft issued a big update for Windows 10 Maps yesterday as support for Nokia's Here mapping service nears expiration. Engadget article

> HTC has formally severed ties with former CEO Peter Chou. CNET article

Telecom News

> As AT&T, Verizon and CenturyLink migrate to SDN, reliability and service agility are top priorities. Editor's Corner

Online Video News

> Netflix's plan to phase out grandfathered subscription prices and raise all rates to $9.99/month could raise up to $520 million – as long as too many subscribers don't flee. Article

Installer News

> In an effort to better understand small cell opportunities and their associated costs, AT&T announced it will build out its own small cell network in locations where it also operates a fiber network. Article

European Wireless News

> Masmovil has agreed buy 100 percent of Yoigo in a deal that would create the fourth converged player in Spain. Article

Cable News

> In an interview with CNBC​, Altice USA CEO Dexter Goei tried to walk back comments that founder and controlling shareholder Patrick Drahi made about job and salary cuts. Article

And finally… T-Mobile has extended most Tuesday offers until Friday this week. Android Central article

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