Adobe: Apple dominates mobile video viewing; TWC hotspot network grows to 100,000 access points

More cable news from across the Web:

> Google added 600 new apps to its Android TV service. Engadget article

> Cisco's incoming CEO named a number of new executives to his leadership team, and confirmed that Padmasree Warrior, the company's head of technology and strategy, will leave the company in September. Re/code article

> Graham Holdings provided details on its plans to spin off of Cable One. StreetInsider.com article

> According to new numbers from Adobe, Apple's iPhone and iPad account for 82 percent of all unauthenticated mobile video viewing. Release

> Time Warner Cable said it launched its public Wi-Fi hotspot network in three new cities: Raleigh, N.C.; Dallas and San Antonio. The company said it now counts more than 100,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots nationwide. Release

> Microsoft said it is planning to launch a service called "Microsoft Wi-Fi" that it said "will bring hassle-free Wi-Fi to millions." DSLreports article

Telecom News

> CenturyLink is finding that in areas like Omaha, Neb., where it is rolling out its 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) services, a growing number of consumers outside of the fiber footprint are purchasing higher speed tiers available on its copper networks. Article

European Wireless News

> Bharti Airtel's global CIO said developing markets in Asia and Africa present a very different opportunity for operators to disrupt "a lot of things in this world" because they are not only "mobile first" but also "mobile only" economies. Article

> Orange this week revealed a number of moves that could see it end a brand license agreement in Israel and expand further in North Africa, while some reports linked it to bids for smaller operators in Europe such as KPN, Belgacom or Telecom Italia. Article

Wireless News

> Sprint confirmed it will deploy hardware from Cisco Systems to construct, own and manage the intelligent Wi-Fi network as part of a smart city deployment in downtown Kansas City, Mo., near Sprint's headquarters in Overland Park, Kan. Article

> Verizon Wireless is one of several companies working with NASA on experiments related to monitoring of drones, and Verizon's part of the project is to see whether drones could be monitored via cell towers. Article

And finally… Ferris Bueller took his day off 30 years ago today. Article

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