Sprint working to fix LTE glitch for iPhone users; Apple celebrates 40th birthday

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Sprint said it is working to fix a glitch that is preventing some iPhone users in Southern California from accessing the carrier's LTE network. Engadget article

> Apple's 40th anniversary is today. Verge article

> Apple's new iOS 9.3 operating system is reportedly the company's most stable release in years. Pocketnow article

> Amazon and Microsoft are hoping to offer big data services in the growing autonoumus car market. Reuters article

> A judge ruled that Uber's CEO must face a price-fixing lawsuit filed by Uber passengers. Reuters article

Telecom News

> Frontier has completed its $10.5 billion acquisition of Verizon's wireline operations in California, Texas and Florida, a deal that nearly doubles the mainly rural telco's size. Article

European Wireless News

> It seemed somehow fitting that the CEOs of two major European operators with what have been very strong ties quit their respective roles within days of each other. Editor's Corner

> T-Mobile Austria selected telecoms IT specialist Comarch to upgrade its network management systems as it seeks to pave the way for next generation networks by improving the visibility of its infrastructure performance. Article

Cable News

> Rovi has filed suit against Comcast, alleging the cable company and it set-top suppliers have violated 14 of its patents. Article

And finally… The best and worst April Fool's Day jokes. Article


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