T-Mobile brings wideband LTE to Sacramento; Nokia's HERE to hit iOS next year

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> T-Mobile US said it launched its "wideband" LTE service in several locations in California, including Sacramento. Release

> Nokia's HERE mapping app is scheduled to return to Apple's iOS App Store sometime next year. Article

> Google is releasing custom Android Wear watch faces on its Play store. Article

> Qualcomm said its Snapdragon 810 processor will now support LTE Category 9 Carrier Aggregation connectivity. Release

> RadioShack said it is hoping to cut costs by $400 million per year, but hasn't yet disclosed how it plans to do so. Article

> Google has started notifying users of its $19 million in-app purchase settlement with the FTC. Article

> According to Square's chief executive, the mobile payments company has not had acquisition talk with any other party. Article

> United Airlines is giving its 23,000 flight attendants an iPhone 6 Plus. Article

> Sprint said it will put Uber on most of its Android phones. Article

> Apple and IBM announced their first wave of apps targeted at the enterprise. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Intel is doing its part to advance the Internet of Things (IoT), unveiling a new Intel IoT Platform designed to serve as an end-to-end reference model to unify and simplify connectivity and security for the IoT. Article

> Nokia this week opened the doors of its Nokia Security Center in Berlin, where the company will bring together mobile network operators, governments, academic institutes and other partners to develop and share know-how and expertise. Article

> The First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) received a final government report citing problems with financial disclosures and recommendations for improvement, but that's not the end of the matter if some lawmakers have their way. Article

Telecom News

> Oregon tax laws could derail Google Fiber's deployment in Portland, potentially causing the company to pull out from a build it announced in February and taking hundreds of millions of investment dollars along with it, local officials fear. Article

> Satellite, presumably via the acquisition of DirecTV, will add a fourth dimension to AT&T's video delivery portfolio, John Donovan, senior executive vice president of AT&T architecture, technology and operations, said during Barclays 2014 Global Technology Conference. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network wants to charge ahead with a plan to launch its new OTT service without broadcast channels being offered to subscribers in the basic tier, keeping the base price at around $30. Article

> Ready or not, 4K is coming ... and you need a roadmap. Editor's Corner

And finally… Protesters interrupted the FCC's meeting. Article