T-Mobile is in trouble with the labor board; SoutherLINC will deploy LTE

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Ubiquitel said in an SEC filing that it was a victim of fraud that resulted in  $46.7 million to be transferred to other overseas accounts held by third parties. The company has recovered some funds but is still out $31.8 million.  SEC filing

> One month after announcing its music service, Apple said it has 11 million trial users. USA Today article

> Google has started issuing monthly updates to improve the security of its Nexus phones and tablets.  Wall Street Journal article

> A National Labor Relations board judge ruled that T-Mobile violated U.S. labor law at its locations in Maine and South Carolina when it had employees sign a confidentiality agreement after starting an internal investigation into employee complaints. Portland Press Herald article

 > SouthernLINC Wireless is deploying LTE in Atlanta; Birmingham, Ala.; and Tuscaloosa, Ala., with plans to offer commercial service to its customers by mid-2016. Ericsson is the network vendor. Release

> Nvidia beat expectations for the second quarter reporting a net income of $26 million and revenue of $1.15 billion. ZDNet article

> A General Motors executive said that GM automobiles account for 1 million of AT&T's 4.8 million total connected cars. Light Reading article

> Strategy Analytics said that smartphone and feature phone Equipment installment Plans (EIPs) and lease arrangements now account for well over half of postpaid device activations in the US. Cellular News article

> Silver Lake's $1 billion investment in Motorola Solutions has revived speculation that the company may be taken private. Reuters article

Telecom News

> AT&T Southeast workers represented by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) union have voted to authorize a strike days before the current contract expires at midnight on Saturday, Aug. 8. Article

> Lumos Networks has secured $150 million in funding Pamplona Capital Management, enabling it to pay down debt and pursue new potential organic and inorganic growth opportunities. Article

Cable News

> Cable, satellite and telco-based TV operators lost more than 300,000 video customers in the second quarter, a tally on par with the nearly 320,000 subscribers lost during the same period of 2014.  Article

> Cablevision CEO James Dolan said Verizon FiOS is an "unprofitable business" that is having "minimal impact" on his MSO after it added 5,000 overall customers to its ranks in the second quarter. Article

And finally… A YouTube video shows a Northern California police officer trying to film a resident filming him and then pulling his gun. Article