Small cells gain steam; Marvell's president and CEO step down

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Small cells are taking off in 2016. Press release

> Both Marvell's president and CEO are to step down. Reuters article

> Mobile chat apps are gaining traction among young Asians. ABC News article

> In-app advertising is taking off. MediaPost article

Mobile Developer News

> A new study shows iOS developers earn $10,000 more than Android developers. Article

> Developers are criticizing "half-baked" Twitter for Windows 10 Mobile. Article

Telecom News

> Frontier says it's "making solid progress" solving service outages in newly acquired markets. Article

Cable News

> TiVo said major networks won't run commercials for its Bolt DVR because of SkipMode. Article

And finally… Adidas introduced a wearable device for PE class. Article

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