Apple invents new wireless power control system; Speed not key differentiator in 5G, says head of 5G Innovation Center

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Computer hacker Jonathan Singer wants to remind everyone that not all hackers are of the so-called "black hat" variety with sinister intent. Story

> Apple invents a new real-time wireless power control system. Article

> The University of Minnesota is suing the four largest wireless service providers in the United States, saying they are infringing on several university patents. Article

> Finding the fastest in-flight Wi-Fi is a challenge. Article

> Speed will not be the key differentiator of 5G networks, according to the head of the 5G Innovation Center (5GIC) at the University of Surrey, who says the next generation of mobile connectivity will be user-centric, offer low latency and offer an impression of "infinite capacity." Article

> Ericsson and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) announced a multi-faceted partnership that initially will focus on the use of mobile phones and applications designed to support Ebola infection-prevention efforts at primary healthcare facilities in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Release

> The 5G network: When will it launch and what is it? Article

> Anite announced the launch of Nemo Invex II, its latest benchmarking solution for operators, wireless infrastructure vendors, certification laboratories and regulatory bodies. Release

> A key challenge Google Loon and internet.org face with their airborne networks will be choosing the best wireless technology to connect the drones or balloons to the Internet with enough capacity to support multiple users. Commentary

And finally… Hollywood actress and wireless technology developer Hedy Lamarr would have turned 100 yesterday. Story

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