Netflix to surpass Big Four in viewing; AT&T U-verse comes to Apple Watch

More cable news from across the Web:

> AT&T has announced a U-verse app for Apple Watch. Release

> Ottawa-based video technology company Espial has acquired Montreal's Blue Streak Technologies for an undisclosed sum. Release

> Total day viewing on Netflix will surpass each of the major broadcast networks in 2016. Variety article

> Huawei and Proximus have team to lab-produce broadband speeds of 1 terabit per second. Digital Spy article

> FCC chairman Tom Wheeler is looking to stop "gaming" of the agency's next big spectrum auction, after Dish Network was widely accused of manipulating the last one. Denver Business Journal article

> Former Sky Deutschland CEO Brian Sullivan has been named president of digital for Fox Networks Group. Release

Telecom News

> Continuing the 1 Gbps network rollout it started in Austin, AT&T said it has expanded its U-verse with GigaPower service to several communities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Article

Online Video News

> Is live-streaming app Meerkat edging out Twitter-owned Periscope for views? An informal test being run throughout this summer by brand advertiser Bolthouse Farms is generating some interesting early results, Adweek reports. Article

 Wireless Tech News

> In case there was any doubt, executives at in-flight connectivity provider Gogo made it clear during their analyst day that the design of their antenna makes a big difference in how the company will serve the aviation industry now and into the future. Article

Wireless News

> Analysts at Jefferies predicted that 25 percent of T-Mobile US' customers will choose the carrier's new "Jump! On Demand" handset upgrade program next year. Article

And finally… Comedy Central is culminating the 15-year reign of Daily Show host Jon Stewart by streaming nearly 2,000 episodes of the show dating back to when Stewart signed on as host back in 1999. Variety article