Ultra Mobile doubles data on $59 plan; Virgin Mobile to sell iPhone 5s, 5c

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@FierceWireless: China says it will lift ban on video game consoles Article via @verge[email protected]

> T-Mobile US MVNO Ultra Mobile tweaked its $59 plan to double the amount of available data, from 2 GB per month to 4 GB per month. The company also said it increased its throttled data speed to 256 kbps from 128 kbps. Site

> The FCC said it will consider new rules to make it easier to install new cell towers. Article

> Broadcom said it will target the connected car market with its new line of "5G" Wi-Fi chips. Release

> ZTE announced its Geek smartphone with Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor. Article

> China's up and coming Xiaomi smartphone company said it sold 10 million of its flagship Mi-2 smartphone in less than a year. Article

> Apple CEO Tim Cook will meet with Carl Icahn next week. Article

> Sprint's Virgin Mobile will sell the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c starting next week. Article

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> According to a new report, "Candy Crush Saga" maker King filed for an initial public offering that values the company at $5 billion. Article

> Nine months after Facebook slammed the brakes on external mobile advertising trials, the social networking giant has revived the initiative in an effort to bolster its mobile revenue stream. Article

> Apple is rolling out iOS 7.0.2, a supplemental operating system update that resolves a security vulnerability enabling anyone to bypass the device lockscreen to access personal data. Article

And finally… Boston University sued dozens of tech firms for violating its 1997 patent. Article

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