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> The mobile games Clash of Clans and Hay Day helped Supercell report blowout earnings. Article

> Apple's development of its smart watch reportedly had issues "at every stage of development." Article

> An analyst is predicting Apple's market capitalization will reach $1 trillion. Article

> Microsoft released a software development kit for its forthcoming Windows 10 operating system. Article

> RadioShack's bankruptcy process continues to drag on. Article

> T-Mobile's MetroPCS is offering unlimited calling, texting and 1 GB of high-speed LTE data for $30 per month. Article

Mobile Developer News

> App developers need to define the idea of "explicit authorization." Editor's Corner

> Android users are more likely to click on a mobile app ad, but once they click, iOS users are more likely to install an app, according to a new study. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T invested more than $1.6 billion to improve its wireline and wireless networks in North Carolina between 2012 through 2014, adding more customers to its U-verse network and expanding the availability of its 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) service. Article

> Verizon is moving ahead with plans to incorporate 100G optical technology into its U.S. metro network, naming Ciena and Cisco as its packet optical network system (P-OTS) suppliers. Article

Cable News

> Non-profit cable consortium CableLabs has joined university research center NYU Wireless to help define and drive research around 5G, the next-generation of wireless technology. Article

> The NFL has finally lifted a rule calling for the local TV blackout of games that don't produce enough ticket sales, starting with upcoming 2015 football season. Article

And finally… Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) doesn't own TedCruz.Com. Article

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