FirstNet moves forward on consultations with states; China's fake base station scam

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Verizon Wireless took a California beach town to court, claiming its regulation of wireless communication facilities is a de facto ban that violates the United States Communications Act. Courthouse News Service article

> While it's early in the existences of Open-O and Open Source MANO (OSM), it's not too early to spot differences between the two. SDX Central article

> Intersection CEO Al Kelly says LinkNYC is signing up 15,000 new users per week. Business Insider article

> FirstNet moves forward on consultation with states and territories. FirstNet blog

> Decision makers need to consider many layers when determining the future role of mission-critical voice over LTE. IWCE's Urgent Communications blog

> The head of Google's enterprise apps business is jumping over to run its virtual reality business. Re/code article

> China has fake brands, fake medicines, fake food and even an entire fake Apple store. It also has fake base stations. Light Reading article

And finally… Smart doorbell owners saw video from other houses thanks to a weird bug. The Verge article

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