Qualcomm reportedly won't break up; Huawei to bring Honor phone to U.S. market

More cable news from across the Web:

> The FCC said it will not release a list of TV broadcasters that are participating in the upcoming 600 MHz inventive auction until next year. Broadcasting & Cable article

> Qualcomm's management is reportedly leaning away from a plan that would split the company up. Bloomberg article

> Verizon's new FiOS service will stream content from users' DVRs. Verge article

> Huawei is reportedly bringing its Honor smartphones to the United States. Engadget article

> Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) said it is now offering customers up to 150 GB per month. ZDNet article

> T-Mobile US' stock was added to the Nasdaq 100. Wireless Week article

Telecom News

> Verizon's Internet speeds in New York are facing further scrutiny from Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who asked users on Sunday to test the speeds of their Internet connections and post the results online. Article

> Congress is likely to pass a new law that will permanently ban states from levying taxes on Internet broadband services. Article

Cable News

> Wide Open West (WOW!) will receive a $125 million investment from New York-based private-equity firm Crestview Partners, the MSO announced. Article

> TiVo is partnering with consumer behavioral research company Data Mine to provide in-depth viewer analysis for NBCUniversal's upcoming multiplatform presentation of the Summer Olympics in Rio. Article

And finally… New smartphone sensors are checking whether food is safe to eat. Article