Apps testing firm Leanplum lures $4.8M investment; London's mayor is promising a 5G network by 2020

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> SoFIA is Intel's new super-cheap smartphone chip. Article

> Mobile apps testing firm Leanplum lures $4.8 million in investment round led by Shasta Ventures. Article

> London's mayor is promising to roll out a 5G network in London by 2020. Article

> Nokia Networks trials LTE Broadcast for "national" services. Article

> Anite launched Triton, a multi-purpose LTE wireless core networking testing tool. Release

> Fitness devices can share your location and leak your data. Article

> Ericsson boosts IoT, XaaS, billing capabilities with MetraTech acquisition. Article

> Google told the FCC no issues were reported during testing of its new TV whitespace database. Filing

> Alcatel-Lucent earned the top spot in small cell equipment market share during 2013, ABI said. Release

> France is eyeing dynamic spectrum sharing. Article

And finally… A New Mexico woman allegedly pulled a gun on a Comcast worker over cable fees. Article

Suggested Articles

T-Mobile is wasting no time putting Sprint’s trove of 2.5 GHz to work for it in a 5G realm.

The Wi-Fi community is finally getting a much-needed infusion in the form of spectrum in the 6 GHz band.

Japan’s NTT DoCoMo announced it is terminating its NB-IoT service, which it started offering almost a year ago.