'Pokemon Go' already bigger than Tinder, could pass up Twitter soon; Alibaba pays $200M for Wandoujia

More wireless news from across the web:

> The new Pokemon Go app already has more installs than Tinder and it could soon surpass Twitter. Business Insider article

> Alibaba has reportedly dropped $200 million on Android app store Wandoujia. China Daily article

Telecom News

> With the Federal Communications Commission proposing a streamlined process for migrating legacy, copper-based voice services to newer IP-based infrastructure, incumbent telcos including AT&T and CenturyLink are hoping to guide that process a bit. Article

European Wireless News

> Iliad's involvement in a planned merger of CK Hutchison and VimpelCom's Italian assets was tipped to sway European Commission competition regulators towards approving the tie-up. Article

Cable News

> ESPN will take a low-risk step into the realm of direct-to-consumer streaming with a new live service focused on niche sports. Article

And finally… A team of British scientists have developed a mobile phone that runs on human urine. Mirror UK article

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