Nokia to fork over $443M if ALU deal falls through; Dan Loeb's hedge fund buys stake in T-Mobile US

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Nokia will have to pay Alcatel-Lucent as much as €400 million (about $443 million) if Nokia does not complete its offer to buy its rival. Wall Street Journal article

> Starting Aug, 21, customers on AT&T's $60 GoPhone prepaid plan will automatically get up to 4 GB of high-speed data usage plus unlimited voice and texting from the U.S. to Mexico and Canada (landline and mobile numbers). Post

> Dan Loeb's Third Point hedge fund took a 6.5 million share stake in T-Mobile US in the second quarter, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Morningstar article

> Apple is reportedly building a self-driving car in Silicon Valley and is scouting for secure locations in the San Francisco Bay area to test it. Guardian article

> Samsung's shares slumped to a 10-month low in Seoul on disappointment with its latest smartphones. Bloomberg article

> Through 2018, LG Display plans to put at least $8.47 billion primarily into OLED displays for large products such as TVs, and flexible screens for smartphones and wearables. Reuters article

> xG Technology is continuing to promote its xMax private mobile broadband wireless system. Release

Wireless Tech News

> Nokia Networks has expanded its LTE network in a box (NIB) solution by integrating the BeOn communications suite offering from its public safety partner Harris Corporation. The solution is being showcased at the APCO 2015 conference in Washington, D.C., this week. Article

> The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) Board is stepping up its game, announcing a restructuring of its senior management positions and the appointment of former police captain Michael Poth as the new CEO of FirstNet. TJ Kennedy, who has been acting executive director of FirstNet, will function in the role of president. Article

European Wireless News

> Telenor and TeliaSonera offered concessions to the European Commission in a bid to alleviate European Union (EU) concerns over a proposed merger of their operations in Denmark, despite previously shrugging off an EC statement of objections to the deal. Article

> TeliaSonera, VimpelCom and MTS hit back at reports of fresh attempts by U.S. authorities to seize assets worth around $1 billion (€901 million) as part of an investigation into allegations of bribery relating to their businesses in Uzbekistan. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network continues to negotiate with local TV broadcaster Sinclair Broadcasting over a new retransmission agreement -- the two companies narrowly averted a blackout of Sinclair's local TV station on Dish's satellite-based pay-TV service on Saturday. Article

> In a new FCC filing, Charter Communications offered a glimpse into its deployment of its cloud-based Worldbox set-top box. The company said it deployed its first new Worldboxes to paying customers using downloadable security in April, 2015, and continues to ramp up the deployment of the downloadable security system throughout Charter's systems.  Article

Telecom News

> Shentel has made some changes to its top management team, promoting three executives to new positions following its recent purchase of nTelos. Article

> As service providers continue to expand and enhance their last mile networks, a new Point Topic report revealed that residential broadband pricing worldwide has dropped 9 percent in the past year. Article

And finally… Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said he did not recognize the workplace portrayed in an in-depth New York Times article about the company and urged any employees who knew of "stories like those reported" to contact him directly. Article