Microsoft to release Windows 10 on July 29; BlackBerry knocks Ryan Seacrest-backed Typo out of keyboard market

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> Microsoft said Windows 10 will be released for PCs and tablets on July 29 in 190 countries. Blog post

> Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor will power Google's next generation Project Tango smartphone development platform. Release

> ARM Holdings is reportedly in talks to buy an Israeli security company that specializes in mobile and computer-chip security. Article (sub. req.)

> Google Wallet is being reintroduced as a peer-to-peer payments app. Article

> BlackBerry and Typo Products, a firm backed by Ryan Seacrest that had made physical iPhone keyboards, agreed to settle litigation and Typo agreed to basically stop making smartphone keyboards. Article

> Former Sony CFO and Vice Chairman Tamotsu Iba urged current CEO Kazuo Hirai to focus on innovation and not just restructuring. Article

> SoftBank increased its controlling stake in Finnish "Clash of Clans" maker Supercell. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Nokia Networks says its new data center solution is the first to combine the benefits of cloud computing technologies to meet the stringent requirements of the telco world. Article

> Despite public-safety officials' praise of commercial wireless options as potential partners for FirstNet, the country's first nationwide broadband first-responder network, analysts believe wireless network providers like Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile US and Sprint may be hesitant to take on the responsibility. Article

Cable News

> Desperate to deliver the scale it has promised its investors for several years, Charter Communications enters the regulatory process for its proposed $56.7 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable with serious exposure and no "plan B" in the very possible event that federal regulators shoot the deal down. Article

> With a partnership between the two companies announced years ago finally bearing fruit, Cox Communications has confirmed that it will enable its VOD services to work in TiVo digital video recorders purchased by its customers at retail. Article

Telecom News

> As it gets ready to face off against AT&T's eventual move into Mexico's TV market, América Móvil plans to build a new $50 billion fiber-to-the-home network. Article

> Frontier Communications sees Ethernet a top priority as the service mechanism for both its retail business and wholesale service lines, but migration challenges for both segments will continue during its TDM-to-IP transition process. Article

European Wireless News

> Juniper Networks would be a good fit for Ericsson if the Swedish infrastructure company decides it needs a large-scale acquisition to fend off a combined Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent, analysts at Credit Suisse said. Article

> German regulator Bundesnetzagentur revealed bids in the country's auction of frequencies for mobile network operators have passed €2 billion ($2.19 billion) so far, easily beating the reserve price placed on the sale. Article

> Vodafone UK's alternative approach to the sale of LTE services finally appears to be showing signs of success, according to a new research report from CCS Insight. Article

And finally… A woman tossed out an Apple I computer worth around $200,000. Article

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