Nokia's maps head quits; ZTE announces Nubia 5S mini for $280

Quick news from around the Web.

> The head of Nokia's digital mapping business, Michael Halbherr, is reportedly leaving the company over strategy disagreements with CEO Rajeev Suri. Article

> T-Mobile US is joining Verizon Wireless in arguing against a report that the carriers have not provided suitable location information on 911 callers to emergency responders. FCC Filing

> AT&T Mobility said it will also sell HTC's forthcoming One M8 for Windows Phone. Post

> ZTE announced the new Nubia 5S mini LTE Android smartphone, which the company said it will sell unlocked for $280. Article

> Just a few weeks before Apple's expected iPhone 6 launch, the company's shares are at an all-time high. Article

> Uber hired President Obama's adviser David Plouffe as its new "campaign manager." Article

> Microsoft updated its OneNote app for Android with support for tablets, handwriting and new formatting options. Article

> PayPal introduced one-touch mobile payments. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix added Time Warner Cable to its pay-for-faster-play list. Article

> PlayStation TV and Android TV are crowding into the streaming-device market. Editor's Corner

Telecom News

> Windstream is shaking up its top management team, announcing that COO Brent Whittington will resign on Sept. 1, after serving in the role for five years. Article

> Comcast's and Level 3's pending acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and TW Telecom could have a major effect on the status of the top U.S. Ethernet providers, reports Vertical Systems Group in its Mid-2014 U.S. Carrier Ethernet Leaderboard. Article

Cable News

> TV ad tech company BlackArrow has introduced an update to its Advanced Advertising System that it says will limit the amount of times a specific ad is seen in both live and on-demand streams. Article

European Wireless News

> Telenor uncovered child labor usage in its Myanmar network build. Article

> Careless mobile users are leaving themselves exposed to hack attacks when accessing social networks, security company Kaspersky Labs warned. Article

And finally… BlackBerry is now encouraging its developers to "go Amazon." Post

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