Rhapsody rebranding as Napster; Obama trades Blackberry for (probably) Galaxy S4

More wireless news from across the web:

> Music streaming service Rhapsody is rebranding as Napster. PC Magazine article

> Obama trades his DISA-approved Blackberry for (most likely) a Galaxy S4. Android Police article

> Samsung EVP talks up ad campaign mocking Apple products. 9to5Mac article

Telecom News

> Google Fiber is looking at Dallas as the next destination for its Gbps FTTH service journey, laying a challenge to AT&T's established FTTH network. Article

Online Video News

> OTT viewers would pay $2 to $15 per episode for content they want to watch. Article

Installer News

> AT&T SVP Cicconi says fiber, tower infrastructure is the secret sauce for 5G. Article

> Verizon Wireless approves DAS provider as network densification efforts continue. Article

European Wireless News

> Ericsson unveils "5G for Germany" initiatives to address industrial use cases. Article

Cable News

> Mediacom ranked dead last in a customer satisfaction survey of TV service providers conducted by Consumer Reports, followed closely by Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications. Article

And finally… Facebook ads will start using your phone location data to track brick-and-mortar store visits. Wireless Week Article

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