Comcast promises small price hike; CBS All Access heads to Fire TV

More cable news from across the Web:

> Comcast will raise service prices slightly in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. DSLReports article

> CBS All Access is now available on Amazon's Fire TV service. Multichannel News article

> Arris said its acquisition of Pace was approved by Colombian regulators. Release

> Meredith is reportedly planning to improve the financial terms of its merger deal with Media General in order to complete the deal and stave off competition from rival Nexstar. NYPost article

> Cox Communications increased the speed of its Internet service in Omaha. Omaha.com article

> Arris is deploying Wi-Fi services at the Daytona International Speedway. CED article

Mobile Developer News

> Experts from Remedy, Next Games and Seriously discussed what it takes to build apps off of a movie or TV franchise. Feature

Telecom News

> Windstream is advancing its 500G network push, announcing that it has extended the long-haul core network into Miami to fulfill greater demands from its cloud and content provider customers. Article

> With service provider interest in Fiber to the Distribution Point (FTTdp) architectures growing, the Broadband Forum has responded with a new management construct that leverages the YANG management model. Article

Wireless News

> Samsung Electronics is considering selling its wireless networks unit, according to a Light Reading report, which cites unnamed industry sources. Article

> About a year ago, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure started to shake up the company's leadership team. Now, that transition to a new set of lieutenants is truly hitting its stride, as the Bolivian-born billionaire has brought in talent from all over the world to try to help him turn around Sprint. Article

And finally… Is Yahoo's CEO meeting her established goals? Article

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