CenturyLink raises internet fee; Huawei plans $2B bond offer

More wireless news from across the Web:

> CenturyLink increased its "internet cost recovery" fee. DSLReports article

> Huawei is planning a $2 billion bond offering. WSJ article

> Cloud computing startup Mesosphere said it is opening its platform for managing data center resources. Computerworld article

> U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) is investigating the FCC's Lifeline proposal. B&C article

> The New Yorker published an article on Verizon's ongoing strike. New Yorker article

Wireless News

> Intel said it will slash as many as 12,000 jobs as it continues to try to recover from an inability to exploit the smartphone era and a waning PC market. Article

Online Video News

> Virtual reality, live streaming and more are dominating headlines from the ongoing NAB show in Las Vegas. Editor's Corner

Installer News

> As the FCC's incentive auction of TV broadcasters' unwanted 600 MHz spectrum licenses gets underway, a new concern is now facing the U.S. tower industry: Older cellular towers might not be able to handle the additional weight of new 600 MHz antennas and equipment. Article

European Wireless News

> Swisscom claimed it is the first operator in Europe to successfully transfer data at 1 Gbps over its commercial mobile broadband network, following tests of LTE-Advanced Pro (LTE-A Pro) conducted this week in conjunction with Ericsson. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network reported its first-quarter numbers marked by a net loss of 23,000 pay-TV subscribers, compared to a net gain of 35,000 in the year-ago quarter. Article

And finally… Harriet Tubman will appear on the $20 bill. Article

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