Sprint, Alcatel announce hotspot for vehicles; AT&T, Apple sued by Immersion

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Shoemaker Asics said it will buy mobile app company RunKeeper. 9to5Mac article

> Haptic feedback company Immersion sued Apple and AT&T over what it said is patent infringement. Engadget article

> Statflo, a Canadian startup that said it is "reinventing wireless customer service," said today it raised $2.4 million in a seed round of financing. Release

> The CCA said the FCC should seek comment on Ligado's license modifications and reallocation request. Release

> Streaming music provider Pandora has put itself up for sale. Fortune article

> Sprint and Alcatel announced the new Ride-Fi, which the companies said is a new mobile hotspot that plugs into automobile's DC power port for in-car connectivity. PhoneScoop article

Telecom News

> AT&T and Time Warner Cable, the incumbent telco and cable operator for Louisville, Ky., are fighting city leaders over a proposal to streamline the city's utility pole attachment process. Article

European Wireless News

> Telefónica created a new business unit that in the future will be responsible for the management of its mobile towers and submarine optical fiber network in order to better optimize the company's global asset portfolio. Article

Cable News

> Looking to better compete in an SVOD business that is increasingly commercial-free, CBS Corp. Executive Chairman Les Moonves told investors that his company is pondering the launch of an ad-free version of CBS All Access. Article

And finally… The WSJ is collecting readers' tech pet peeves. Article