China Telecom uses Anite's test solution; Facebook hires former FCC Chairman Martin

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Tesla Motors is looking at the good old-fashioned turn signal as a potential solution to a liability debate associated with driverless vehicle technology. Story (sub. req.)

> China Telecom has selected Anite's interoperability and performance test solution--SAS--for LTE data throughput testing. Release

> Facebook has hired former FCC Chairman Kevin Martin to act as the social network's head of global access policy. Article

> Nuage Networks introduced a module for its SDN overlay software to allow network operators to correlate faults in the network overlay and fabric underlay. Story

> Parrot plans to accelerate its R&D efforts to stay competitive in an increasingly crowded drone market. Article

> IBM announced new mobile capabilities on Bluemix for the IBM MobileFirst Platform. Article

> TELUS says it secured licenses for 40 MHz of spectrum in every region across Canada in the recently concluded 2500 MHz auction. Release

> How Google's top minds in Europe decide what to forget. Article (sub. req.)

> ZyXEL Communications unveiled its new AC2350, 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi Router. Release

> The tipping point for large-scale, production network functions virtualization deployments may be just around the corner, a report from Dell'Oro Group predicts. Article

> The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking to build a ground-based telescope that would offer a radically better look at objects in high space. Article

And finally… Ten years ago, GoPro billionaire Nick Woodman made a promise to his college roommate, and it just cost him $229 million. Article