FCC moves to ensure 911 reliability; Telit collaborates with Google Cloud Platform on Internet of Things challenge

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> A first-hand look at how phones work 100 feet underground. Article

> Emergency beacons can be life savers. Story

> FCC moves to ensure 911 reliability as technology changes. Article

> Telit Wireless Solutions is collaborating with Google Cloud Platform to launch the IoT Big Data Challenge, a competition aimed at promoting and accelerating innovation around the Internet of Things. Release

> Microsoft turns to robotic security guards to watch for trouble. Article

> Aruba Networks enables "blue-dot" indoor navigation with beacons and "trilateration." Story

> Qualcomm will enter ARM server market with major partners, broad solutions. Story

> There is an optimistic future for 911 wireless location accuracy. Commentary

> And finally… President Barack Obama still uses a BlackBerry. Article

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