California DMV confirms meeting with Apple on autonomous vehicle regulations; Intel invests in Chinese startups

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> AT&T is now suing three ex-employees for taking part in a massive scheme to unlock thousands of AT&T phones from the inside. Venture Beat article

>, a lobbying group created by Mark Zuckerberg and other tech founders, is trying to get immigration reform on the agenda of the U.S. presidential campaign. Wall Street Journal article

> Representatives of the California Department of Motor Vehicles confirmed it met with Apple representatives to discuss the state's autonomous vehicle regulations. Re/code article

> Intel Capital announced it is investing $67 million in eight Chinese startups. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> Rivada Networks has working Android and Apple prototypes of its enhanced location-based service (E-LBS) that is designed to improve location-accuracy information for a variety of applications. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

> The next generation of satellites may help fight wildfires. Re/code article

> The 5G-XHaul Project based in Bristol, UK, will test millimeter wave and fibre optic backhaul networks using mmW modems from Blu Wireless. EE Times article

> Two major chip-makers are plunging in to drones -- with different approaches. Network World article

And finally… The newest version of a robot from Japanese researchers can not only challenge the best human players in a game of Rock Paper Scissors, but it can beat them 100 percent of the time. Article