AT&T hopes to lead large-scale operator group within OpenStack Foundation; FAA to prioritize drone rulemaking work

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> AT&T hopes to lead creation of a large-scale operator and service provider group within the OpenStack Foundation to bring together like-minded operators and vendors to work together on specific issues regarding the open source cloud platform. Light Reading article

> Opera Software is launching a virtual private network (VPN) client for iPhones and iPads. Venture Beat article

> Oracle's legal fight with Google over its use of Java in Android goes to a jury trial for the second time this week, and the stakes are even higher than when the two sides met in court four years ago. Network World article

> Apple is teaming up with the German business software giant SAP in a deal meant to expand the appeal of its iOS mobile operating systems to large businesses and software developers. Re/code article

> GoPro announced that its new drone, the Karma, will be delayed until the winter holiday. Re/code article

> FAA administrator Michael Huerta told attendees at last week's drone conference in New Orleans that the FAA is forming an advisory committee led by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich to help prioritize drone rulemaking work. Ars Technica article

> Fiat Chrysler will make about 100 modified Pacificas that Google will outfit with sensors and computers it has developed. New York Times article

> When will Citizens Broadband Radio Service in the 3550-3700 MHz (3.5 GHz) band be up and running? CommLawBlog post

And finally… The Furbo lets you spoil your pup remotely. The Verge article