Apple Watch is IoT play; Vodafone UK to introduce Wi-Fi calling, VoLTE this summer

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The Apple Watch is an Internet of Things play, designed to tie into Apple's various platforms for the car, health and commerce. Article

> Telco Systems announced the formal launch of its Open Edge Alliance to create an industry-leading ecosystem of SDN and distributed NFV (D-NFV) services for the network edge. Article

> Vodafone UK will introduce both Wi-Fi calling and voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) this summer, Total Telecom reports. Article

> In its net-neutrality proceeding, the FCC has failed to consider not only how people consume content today but also the impact of new technologies. Commentary

> Global satellite service provider O3b Networks has announced the signing of satellite-connectivity contracts with three Somali telecom operators. Article

> NASA teams up with smartglasses maker on augmented-reality goggles for space missions. Article

> Two French companies, Sigfox and Sequans Communications, explain their diverging ideas for Internet of Things networks. Article

> England's Bristol appears to be building the first software-defined city. Article

And finally… Breaking Bad's creator wants people to stop throwing pizzas on Walter White's roof. Article

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