C Spire expands WiFi On service to iOS devices; Rohde & Schwarz releases enhanced signal generator

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> C Spire Wireless expanded its WiFi On service to iOS devices, allowing its iPhone customers to more easily connect to some 20 million WiFi hotspots around the country. Phone Scoop article

> Vice President Joe Biden showed up at the University of California San Francisco's Genentech Hall for a round table discussion with those in the tech industry about efforts towards a future without cancer. TechCrunch article

> The biggest winner of Mobile World Congress 2016 wasn't a phone or a phone manufacturer, but Qualcomm with its new Snapdragon 820 generation. The Verge article

> Rohde & Schwarz has enhanced its R&S SMW200A high-end vector signal generator to include an option that permits developers of base stations and mobile devices to simulate a large number of complex MIMO scenarios such as 4x8, 8x4 or 2x4x4 with realtime fading. Release

> Motorola Solutions has won a key public-safety LTE contract in the United Kingdom and plans to compete for FirstNet's public-safety LTE business in the United States, but the company likely will not realize revenue from either effort until after 2017, according to Motorola Solutions Chairman and CEO Greg Brown. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

> Apple's next product event is going to be held the week of March 21. Re/code article

> Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins discusses the value of data and insight into it. EE Times article

> Google neural network can tell where photos were taken better than humans. Extreme Tech article

And finally… Affirm CEO Max Levchin wants Apple to open the iPhone – but just this once. Article

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