Xiaomi to launch mobile payments; FBI paid $1.3 million to hack San Bernardino iPhone

More wireless news from across the web:

> Xiaomi aims to join the mobile payments bandwagon. 9to5Google article

> The FBI paid $1.3 million to hack the San Bernardino iPhone. Reuters report

> Mobile gaming revenue is set to pass console and PC gaming revenues. CNBC story

> The use of Starbucks' mobile order-ahead offering has doubled in a year. Geekwire article

Telecom News

> Hundreds rally in Boston as strikers and Verizon talks show little progress. Article

> Access from AT&T launches for low-income Americans across 21 states. Article

Cable News

> Dish says it's 'desirous' of adding ESPN to its new Sling TV multi-viewer tier. Article

> Analysts say the Dish deal shows Viacom channels haven't lost their value. Article

And finally… Researchers demonstrate a 30 Mbps wireless transmission… through meat. Article

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