Website owners prep for Google's changes; Apple Pay gaining steam against PayPal

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> Apple Pay is gaining ground on PayPal, according to a new report. Article

> A new filing sheds light on the new search deal between Yahoo and Microsoft. Article

> Investors are snapping up stock in Arm as the company's technologies find their way into more and more smartphones. Article

> Website owners are preparing themselves for forthcoming changes to Google's search algorithm that put an emphasis on mobile sites. Article

> According to a new report, average CEO compensation grew at the fastest rate in four years. Article

Mobile Developer News

> To "over-app" from a design perspective is the easy way out, and probably not sustainable. Editor's Corner

> Online services are emerging to not only help get mobile app developers to work, but to also act as referees when projects go awry. Feature

Telecom News

> Frontier Communications has named Becky B. Potts as its new president for the telco's national region, overseeing operations in multiple states in the Midwest, Southeast and Western states. Article

> CenturyLink has reached a deal to acquire Orchestrate, deepening its cloud service portfolio with a new set of managed database service capabilities. Article

Cable News

> Verizon's CFO said the company believes its existing contracts support the company's move toward skinny TV bundles. Article

> Comcast was so concerned last year about the pending launch of PlayStation Vue that it refused to do any kind of business with Sony. That included the launch of the Xfinity 4K pay-TV service, which ended up launching exclusively on Samsung TVs. Article

And finally… Jon Stewart's last day on "The Daily Show" will be Aug. 6. Article

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