Samsung reportedly on tap to send Apple 100M OLED displays per year; Australia's Virgin to give out prizes for unused data

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Australian wireless carrier Virgin Mobile is letting customers win prizes with their unused monthly data. Engadget article

> Otono announced it changed the name of its Ready SIM self-activating wireless service to ZIP SIM "as part of an increased focus on ease of activation and customer privacy." Release

> Samsung is reportedly on tap to provide Apple with 100 million OLED displays per year. iMore article

> According to a new report, Canada's police have the encryption key to BlackBerry's devices. Vice article

> eMarketer reports that programmatic ad technology is headed to the mobile ad market. Post

> Google may add mobile results to its trending-topics search report. Business Insider article

> Apple continues to fight against law enforcement requests for access into its devices. Reuters article

Telecom News

> Verizon's wireline workforce strike may be only two days old, but already the company's customers are feeling its effects as FiOS Internet and TV customers are seeing service installation delays. Article

> Zayo has expanded its fiber-to-the-tower (FTTT) footprint in San Antonio to serve one of its anchor wireless service provider customers, furthering its presence in the growing dark fiber to the tower segment. Article

European Wireless News

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg reiterated that 4G and 5G technologies are key to the vendor's strategy for 2016, but noted that the company needs to begin reaping the rewards of recent investments in fields including software. Article

> Turk Telekom, which has only just launched LTE Advanced services in Turkey, is already looking ahead to the next generation of mobile technology and plans to collaborate on the development of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) with Nokia. Article

Cable News

> With pay-TV consolidation hitting Arris' bottom line hard in recent quarters, the top industry vendor is eager to shine the light on emerging business areas. Article

> Charter Communications has purchased Clearview Networks, a Raleigh, N.C.-based company that surveys, designs, installs and supports managed Wi-Fi services for the multi-dwelling units (MDU), student housing and hospitality markets across the U.S. Article

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