Amazon takes Prime to India; SeaChange gets new chairman

More cable news from across the Web:

> According to Symantec, spam is now 50 percent of all emails. VentureBeat article

> Fully 97 percent of Apple Watch owners said they are satisfied with the gadget, according to a new survey. Tech.pinions article

> Amazon plans to launch Prime in India. Deadline article

> SeaChange said it elected a new chairman to its board of directors, and that the company's CTO resigned. Broadband TV News article

Telecom News

> Zayo has taken over the responsibility of managing Colorado's beleaguered EAGLE-Net Alliance (ENA), an intergovernmental middle mile provider that provides fiber-based broadband services to the state's schools, libraries and other anchor institutions. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Google's second-quarter results wowed investors yesterday, as the search giant reported strong revenue growth from advertisements on mobile devices and on its YouTube video platform. Article

> Apple's continued strength in smartphones will likely produce stronger year-over-year iPhone sales in the second quarter, according to analysts. However, as China's economy slows amid a slide in the stock market there, Apple's sales could take a hit. Article

European Wireless News

> KT has joined forces with Nokia Networks to set up what it describes as Korea's first Internet of Things (IoT) lab in a bid to help the South Korea-based operator fulfil its goal of becoming "the number one player in Korea's IoT market." Article

Wireless News

> Verizon and Qualcomm presented a technical briefing on LTE Unlicensed (LTE-U) to the IEEE 802.19 group at the IEEE 802 Plenary Session last week. Article

> The American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national association for amateur radio, filed a formal complaint with the FCC, alleging that the Home Depot chain has been illegally marketing certain RF-ballast lighting devices to consumers in violation of FCC Part 18 rules. Article

And finally… Rapper 50 Cent said AT&T is "racist." Article

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