Nokia unveils Ozo VR camera; Windows 10 launch kicks off

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Nokia unveiled a spherical camera called Ozo designed for making 3D movies and games that can be watched and played with virtual reality headsets. Release

> Windows 10 goes live today and the early reviews seem positive. Business Insider article

> The feature set for Windows 10 on smartphones is "significantly complete," according to Microsoft. The Verge article

> Eero, a startup that promises a new take on the home wireless router, said its device won't be ready until the fall. Re/code article

> Motorola said that there will be a CDMA variant of its new Moto G smartphone after all. PhoneScoop article

> A month after the launch of Apple Music, at least 10 million people have reportedly downloaded and tried the new service, but it's still unclear how well the service is doing.  Re/code article

> Twitter earned an adjusted $0.07 per share on revenue of $502 million in its second quarter, beating analysts' expectations. TechCrunch article

Installer News

> Verizon Wireless is having difficulty deploying small cells in urban areas because of backhaul and site acquisition challenges, according to Wells Fargo analyst J. Davis Hebert. Article

> The city of San Leandro, Calif., is debuting a new municipal Wi-Fi network that will be free to users. Article

Online Video News

> AOL is boosting its programmatic advertising strategy, announcing that it has added video to its premium ad platform with five formats available to advertisers. Meanwhile, Yahoo said that its integrated marketing play with Honda saw big results in terms of viewers' brand awareness. Article

> Multicultural linear OTT service YipTV, faced with an increasing amount of competition from other over-the-top streaming services like Sling TV, opened up 17 of its linear channels to new subscribers, who can access the preview lineup for free when they sign up for the service. Article

European Wireless News

> Numericable-SFR reported strong growth in core earnings in the second quarter of 2015, and also said revenue trends improved both sequentially and compared to the same period of last year. Article

> Telefónica Deutschland reported what analysts described as a solid set of second-quarter results, reflecting the first benefits of the company's integration with former rival E-Plus. Article

Cable News

> Despite its move to sell its customer premises equipment (CPE) division to French media technology conglomerate Technicolor in a deal announced last week, don't think of Cisco as leaving the video business. Article

> Arris Group has sold off its Arris Supplies unit to the UK-based Technetix Group for an undisclosed sum. Article

Telecom News

> Level 3 Communications' EVP and CFO, Sunit Patel, maintains that as AT&T and Verizon focus more of their attention on wireless and entertainment, the company will benefit as it pursues new growth opportunities in the enterprise services space. Article

> CenturyLink has reached an agreement to provide its unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) to Iowa Communications Network (ICN), furthering its presence in the growing wholesale cloud-based services market. Article

And finally… Africa and Asia, the two fastest growing mobile markets, aren't very big on apps. Article