Former Cisco execs reinvent Wi-Fi networking; ITC investigates Immersion claims about haptics patent violations

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt said improvements in computer chips and more accurate targeting of wireless signals have made point-to-point wireless internet connections "cheaper than digging up your garden." Wall Street Journal article

> Vulnerabilities in the Mitsubishi Outlander's Wi-Fi console allow cyberattackers to turn off car alarms before potentially stealing the vehicle. ZDNet article

> Former Cisco executives are building a wireless network that uses virtual Bluetooth Low Energy (vBLE) to track locations and send information. Business Insider article

> Cambium Networks debuted the cnPilot E500, a high-capacity controller managed outdoor WiFi access point. Release

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said it plans to investigate allegations made by Immersion that Apple and AT&T are violating its patents. Phone Scoop article

> Google's TensorFlow machine learning engine is now available on iPhone and iPad. The Register article

> The departure of Tony Fadell from Nest begs a few questions. EE Times blog

> Subaru of America selected Aria Systems' Cloud Billing and Monetization Platform as a key component of its connected vehicle strategy. Release

And finally... Withings's super-smart Body Cardio scale keeps track of heart health. Article

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