Boeing completes pilot with Google Glass; Inmarsat, VT Direct extend partnership for R&D team

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Vodafone's IoT chief says Narrowband IoT will define the machine age. Silicon Republic article

> Nest Labs introduced the Nest Cam Outdoor, taking the company's indoor home-monitoring camera and putting it outside. Bloomberg article

> Aerospace giant Boeing recently completed a successful Google Glass pilot. Network World article

> Inmarsat and VT iDirect extended their long-term strategic partnership with the formation of a joint R&D team – i2 – to support the development of the next generation satellite communications technologies. Release

> Nokia is working with the City of San Diego to enhance its public safety communications network in support of critical services for the city's residents. Release

> U.K. communications regulator Ofcom has opened a consultation to consider the future of spectrum currently used by fixed wireless services. Inside 5G article

> Google and LinkedIn have worked out a deal that will see the Mountain View neighbors swap a few million square feet of real estate. Ars Technica article

And finally… What are the differences among virtual, augmented and mixed reality? Recode article

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