Verizon still considering Yahoo purchase; Zynga's Pincus steps down again

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Verizon is still looking at Yahoo but seeking more information. Re/code article

> Zynga CEO Mark Pincus steps down. Again. Cnet article

> Huawei likely to unveil flagship phone next week. Phone Arena article

> HTC's Vive sells 15,000 units in 10 minutes. Yahoo News article

Telecom News

> Verizon's Shammo: Our Northeast wireline properties 'are still underpenetrated.' Article

Online Video News

> Pond5 boosts search and discovery as competition amps up in the stock video space. Article

Installer News

> AT&T launches streaming-only DirecTV services with no installation required. Article

European Wireless News

> EE to partner with MTV for new music service. Article

Cable News

> AT&T's Stankey: 'We didn't buy DirecTV because we love satellite as a distribution medium.' Article

And finally… NYPD will equip all 36,000 officers with Windows smartphones in coming weeks. Article

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