Samsung inks patent deal with InterDigital; Sony launches Xperia T3

Quick news from around the Web.

> Samsung signed a patent agreement with InterDigital worth $500 million. Article

> Sprint is opening up enrollment in its new device insurance program. Article

> Ostendo's new projectors could display video and glasses-free 3D images. Article

> Intel said 130 tablets are launching this year with its chips. Article

> Sony introduced the new Xperia T3, dubbed the "world's slimmest" 5.3-inch smartphone. Article

Mobile Developer News

> What would a cash advance on app revenue do for developers? Editor's Corner

> What mobile app developers are saying about Apple's new iOS 8. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T has issued an upbeat second-quarter 2014 forecast about its U-verse broadband and TV results during what is typically a challenging quarter. Article

> Cincinnati Bell's CEO Ted Torbeck told investors that the telco will continue to focus on transforming itself into a fiber-based broadband company, with plans to spend between $80 million to $85 million on rolling out fiber to the home (FTTH) throughout Cincinnati. Article

Cable News

> Comcast is bringing Wi-Fi perks to its business customers. Article

> AMC's We Networks will keep its name--a reference to Women's Entertainment--but will widen its focus to include more men, a network executive said. Article

And finally… Boost Mobile launched a new marketing campaign featuring Anthony Davis. Release

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