GM CEO says robot cars are coming; Jawbone takes Fitbit to court

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> IKEA is developing an official IKEA Hack product. Article

> GM CEO: Robot cars are coming, but it will be a while. Article

> Meanwhile, GM is adding Apple Car Play and Android Auto to its 2016 models. Article

> Fortinet is acquiring Meru Networks in a deal valued at $44 million. Article

> Nokia Networks says its Traffic Steering Manager is the first all-inclusive solution to automatically direct traffic to the most effective radio network layer. Release

> Jawbone is taking rival fitness accessory manufacturer Fitbit to court. Article

> Apple's Jeff Williams says native watch SDK will give direct access to sensors. Article

> UK regulator Ofcom has launched a consultation on 2.3 GHz/3.5 GHz spectrum auction plans. Article

> After plenty of talk, a wave of real action aimed at solving the Internet of Things's security problems is on the rise. Blog

And finally… SensorWake is launching a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise money for its olfactory alarm clock, which wakes you up with smells instead of sounds. Article

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