T-Mobile upgrades Moto X to Android 4.4.2; AT&T to buy AWS spectrum from Stelera

Quick news from around the Web.

> Microsoft is seriously considering a plan that would allow Android apps to work on Windows Phone devices, according to a report from The Verge. Article

> T-Mobile US upgraded its Moto X smartphone to Android version 4.4.2. Article

> One analyst is raising his expectations for BlackBerry. Article

> Microsoft is reportedly adding staff to its Internet of Things team. Article

> AT&T Mobility is looking to buy AWS spectrum from Stelera Wireless. Article

> According to new reports, Sony is in talks with Apple to supply the iPhone vendor with new camera sensors. Article

> App store vendor GetJar has been acquired by Chinese company Sungy Mobile. Article

> The NSA is reportedly collecting around 30 percent of U.S. cell phone calling data. Article

> Mobile video startup Yevvo has raised $3.7 million in funding. Article

> Twitter is reportedly testing a redesign. Article

Online Video News

> The second Amazon Prime original online TV pilot derby has begun. Amazon Studios, the company's content-development arm, posted a batch of 10 dramas, comedies and children's shows last week. Article

> Did Aereo just take a page out of Apple's retail strategy playbook? Editor's Corner

> New Netflix ISP speed rankings that show Verizon FiOS and Comcast speeds falling have raised a new round of finger pointing over who is to blame for the apparent drop in quality of service. Article

Telecom News

> Bell Aliant is enhancing its data center capacity for existing and new business customers, announcing that it will build a new $23 million facility in Saint John, New Brunswick. Article

> Vodafone Ireland is in talks with Irish utility Electricity Supply Board (ESB) about jointly building a Greenfield $545 million fiber to the premises (FTTP) network that would serve 450,000 homes and businesses. Article

Cable News

> Universal Electronics is preparing XR8 and XR2 "aim anywhere" devices for Comcast. Article

> Comcast's NBCUniversal subsidiary may be considering supplying subscribers of kids network Sprout with tablet computers that would come preloaded with entertainment and educational content, several recent trademark applications indicate. Article

European Wireless News

> Fifth generation (5G) mobile networks will be ready for commercial deployment in 2020, offering 1,000-times the capacity of current networks and delivering peak data rates of at least 10 Gbps, Huawei has predicted. Article

And finally… Apple's iTunes business would rank at No. 130 in the Fortune 500. Article

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