Amazon shows new prototype drone; ITU's WRC-15 wraps up

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Amazon showed off a new prototype drone that will deliver packages through the air directly to customers' doorsteps in as little as 30 minutes. GeekWire article

> Organizations talked up their successes at the ITU's World Radiocommunication Conference 2015, which identified new spectrum for mobile services as well as providing some stability for media companies. Mobile World Live article

> Huawei is the first telecom equipment manufacturer to partner with Wind River on NFV. Light Reading article

> Samsung Electronics signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for joint 5G development with Japan's KDDI. Release

> Altair Semiconductor says its FourGee-1160 Category 1 (CAT-1) chipset was selected by Korea Telecom (KT) to provide ultra-low power LTE connectivity for three Internet of Things (IoT) use cases on exhibit at the "KT Internet of Small Things" Event in Korea last week. Release

> Scientists at the University of Oxford have discovered new display technology that can be used to make bright, high-resolution screens while hardly drawing any power. They formed a new company, Bodle Technologies, to commercialize the discovery. Phone Scoop article

> At an event in Athens Nokia Networks, Deutsche Telekom and its Greek subsidiary Cosmote demonstrated what they claimed was the first successful LTE-Advanced three carrier aggregation of FDD band 3 (1.8 GHz) and TDD in band 42 (3.5 GHz). article

> Lowe's introduced a new hub to let people automate the lights, locks, cameras and pet doors in their homes. Fortune article

And finally… Even the Wi-Fi enabled Hello Barbie is hackable. Article