Altair says Cat-1 LTE chip can lead to new IoT use cases; Parrot creates drone with built-in navigation

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> A new Cat-1 LTE chip from Altair Semiconductor will help open doors to new Internet of Things (IoT) use cases, according to the company's co-founder Eran Eshed. Wireless Week article

> Parrot has created a unique drone that can fly for 45 minutes on a single charge and reach speeds up to 50 miles per hour. Venture Beat article

> Taiwan's fabless MediaTek aims to surpass Qualcomm and Broadcom by 2020 with inexpensive 5G chipsets running the universal computer language -- OpenCL -- on temperature-throttled heterogeneous dark-silicon multi-core CPU/GPUs and specialized accelerators. EE Times article

> Juniper Networks said it will remove a National Security Agency-developed function widely suspected of also containing a backdoor for eavesdropping. Ars Technica article

> Huawei is pointing a gun straight at Cisco with a new strategy it's calling Application Driven Networking (ADN), designed to give comms networks the flexibility required for new IP applications. Light Reading article

> FBI, NSA seek tech firms' help in war on terror at Silicon Valley meeting. Network World article

> Panasonic may not be enjoying much success making phones for the U.S. these days, but it is doing some neat things for your phone, at least in the air. Phone Scoop article

> Anaren's Wireless Group announced the release of its first AIR for WICED Smart Bluetooth module and Atmosphere on-line developer platform as part of a strategic engagement with Broadcom. Release

> GlobalFoundries will manufacture AMD's mobile, low-power Polaris GPUs. Extreme Tech article

> Home Wi-Fi security specialist Luma announced the acquisition of Nodal Industries, an Internet of Things security company. Release

> ARM's executive vice president of marketing and business development poses five questions that the automotive industry -- or the tech industry in general -- would rather not hear. EE Times article

And finally… The CHIP computer has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, 4 GB of storage and costs $9. Article

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