Samsung trying to increase wireless charging capacity; 'Near me' searches become dominant mobile search type

More wireless news from across the web:

> Samsung patents have indicated that the country is trying to increase the workload of its wireless chargers. Digital Trends article

> "Near me" searches have become the dominant form of mobile search. Mediapost article

Telecom News

> Juniper Networks saw service provider sales uptick slightly quarter-over-quarter, but the overall market is in transition -- reflecting a trend the vendor is seeing with its Tier 1 customers. Article

Online Video News

> Netflix will soon be streaming The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story in almost every country where its SVOD service is available thanks to a first-ever global licensing agreement with 20th Century Fox Television Distribution. Article

Installer News

> Verizon's seven-week wireline installation strike resulted in the company losing 41,000 FiOS pay-TV customers and 13,000 FiOS high-speed internet users. Article

European Wireless News

> Telefónica Deutschland reported core earnings for the second quarter of 2016 that were better than expected, hailing the success of efforts to improve the monetization of mobile data services following the acquisition and subsequent integration of E-Plus. Article

Cable News

> Comcast continues to report best-in-a-decade customer metrics, with the MSO reporting narrowed losses of just 4,000 pay-TV customers in the second quarter, the slowest period of the year for video subscriber growth. Article

And finally… Verizon could launch fixed wireless 5G commercially as soon as late next year. Multichannel News article