T-Mobile launches new handsets; Fitbit acquires mobile payments technology

More wireless news from across the Web:

> T-Mobile launched three handsets including the HTC 10. TmoNews article

> Fitbit acquired mobile payments technology from Coin. Cnet report

> Android Pay launched in the U.K, its first market outside the U.S. MediaPost story

> Pricewaterhouse Coopers names CTIA's former Rob Mesirow as principal. Reuters article

Telecom News

> Verizon and the CWA and IBEW unions invited federal mediators to the bargaining table. Article

Online Video News

> Starz has built a team of roughly 30 developers to offer streaming content through a branded app. Article

Installer News

> Verizon is suing a small California town over an ordinance it claims essentially bars the carrier from installing new wireless facilities. Article

European Wireless News

> A report commissioned by Huawei ranks London and Bristol as the top smart cities in the U.K. Article

Cable News

> Charter officially closed on its acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Article

And finally… Glu released a mobile game starring Britney Spears. Article

Article udpated May 19 to correct information about Rob Mesirow.

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