Samsung aims to become top-three player in 5G; Peter Thiel-backed Number 26 raises $40M in Series B funding round

More wireless news from across the web:

> Qualcomm announced today that Qualcomm Technologies, its subsidiary, is broadly supporting the European Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System in its product portfolios. Press release

> A Samsung Electronics executive said Monday that the smartphone maker aims to become a top-three player in 5G mobile networks by moving quickly in markets like the U.S. Reuters article

> Peter Thiel-backed banking startup Number26 has raised $40 million in a Series B funding round led by Horizons Ventures. VentureBeat article

Mobile Developer News

> Lenovo has unveiled its PHAB2 Pro, the world's first Tango-enabled smartphone designed to deliver augmented reality (AR) experiences. Article

> Apple last week previewed iOS 10 at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Here are five things that mobile developers need to know about the OS. Article

Telecom News

> As AT&T is moving forward with its fiber to the premises rollout for business and residential customers, the service provider is following an integrated wireless and wireline carrier strategy. Article

> MegaPath has named Dan Foster as its president of business markets, marking the return of one of the company's leaders. Article

Cable News

> Altice announced it officially closed its $17.7 billion deal to purchase Cablevision, which it will combine with its recently acquired Suddenlink to form Altice USA, the fourth largest cable provider in the U.S. Article

And finally… Tencent Holdings Ltd. announced it closed the $8.6 billion deal to buy "Clash of Clans" developer Supercell. Wall Street Journal article

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