Millions of Twitter users' passwords leaked; Messaging app Line may raise $900M in IPO

More wireless news from across the web:

> Twitter reported that passwords were leaked for millions of users' accounts. Wall Street Journal report

> One analyst believes the FCC may have already committed $40 billion to buy broadcasters' airwaves in the spectrum auction. Broadcasting & Cable article

> The messaging app Line may raise $900 million in an IPO. Wall Street Journal story

Telecom News

> Verizon is petitioning the FCC for permission to shut down some legacy voice services offered through its MCI subsidiary. Article

European Wireless News

> Huawei and Ericsson are among 10 companies that launched a 5G test bed in a Dutch province. Article

Cable News

> Nokia said it has purchased Gainspeed to bolster the cable operator business of Nokia Networks. Article

And finally… A home run by Texas Ranger slugger Prince Fielder shattered a fan's phone. Article

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