DoCoMo grants patent license to Huawei; Gogo announces $525M offering that could cover next-gen tech

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Ford hopes to fend off Apple, Google with in-car infotainment. Car and Driver blog

> Spanish telecommunications firm Telefonica's Internet of Things (IoT) business unit signed an agreement with global provider of technology platforms and solutions PTC to implement the latter's ThingWorx IoT platform. RCR article

> Luminate Wireless has hit an operational speed bump before even coming to market. Light Reading article

> NTT DoCoMo has granted a patent license covering standard-essential patents for its wireless communication technologies to Huawei. Release

> On its first year anniversary of creating its Internet of Things division, Dell is adding VMware to its IoT Partner Program. SDX Central article

> Gogo announced the commencement of a private offering of $525 million aggregate principal amount of senior secured notes due 2022, the proceeds of which could go toward the launch and commercial rollout of its next-generation technology solutions. Release

> Ericsson and Ooredoo Oman joined forces to demonstrate the viability of microwave backhaul to provide multi gigabit capacity for fixed and mobile networks. Cellular News article

> Nest's product roadmap includes new colors of the Nest thermostat and an outdoor version of the Nest Cam. Tech Insider article

And finally… Banking giant Citigroup has trademarked "THANKYOU" and is now suing technology giant AT&T for how it says thanks to its own loyal customers. Article