Ericsson CEO says smart cities can help with climate change; House subcommittee advances spectrum incentive act

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Ericsson CEO: Smart cities can help tackle climate change. Post

> The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology unanimously voted to advance the Federal Spectrum Incentive Act. Wireless Week article

> Assuming drone developers overcome the plethora of challenges in the way of package delivery, from regulators to battery life, another question remains open: Where will the unmanned vehicles land? Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> Android co-founder Andy Rubin may want to start a new smartphone company. The Verge article

> Google hired Robert Rose, engineering manager at Tesla, to work at Google Robotics. Extreme Tech article

> Affirmed Networks has been selected by TELUS in Canada to support the delivery of its Internet of Things (IoT) service offerings. Release

> The Amazon Echo was the best-selling item over $100 on during Black Friday. The Verge article

> The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) published a white paper outlining the commercial potential and technical aspects of Wi-Fi Roaming. Release

> Xirrus announced a new distribution agreement with Ingram Micro. Release   

And finally… The movie Steve Jobs flops at box office, and Silicon Valley cheers. Article