FCC sets deadlines for white space database clean-up proceeding; Smartphone owners under 25 use 6.2 GB of data/month for mobile video streaming: report

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> A drone successfully delivered a package to a residential location in a small Nevada town in what its maker and the governor of the state said Friday was the first fully autonomous urban drone delivery in the U.S. Indiana Gazette article

> The FCC set its deadlines for comments in its white space database clean-up proceeding. CommLawBlog post

> While LTE-U and LAA have caused much excitement in the standards and regulatory worlds, they will also require new selling and support models to become successful in the enterprise market. Network World article

> Smartphone owners under the age of 25 now use a whopping 6.2 GB of cellular and Wi-Fi data each month for mobile video streaming, according to a new report from The NPD Group. Wireless Week article

> A new report from the FAA lists 583 separate drone incidents reported from August 2015 through January 2016. The Verge article

> U.K. telecom regulator Ofcom confirmed spectrum within the 55-68 MHz, 70.5-71.5 MHz and 80-81.5 MHz bands can be used for "Internet of Things" services and machine-to-machine applications. RCR Wireless article

> Silicon Valley's battle over encryption is heading to Europe. New York Times article

And finally… Somebody tore down the wrong home and blamed Google Maps. The Verge article