GM says every Maven vehicle will have 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot; Plexxi gets funding from GV

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> General Motors Co. says every Maven vehicle will have GM's OnStar communications service, a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot for Internet access, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Wall Street Journal article

> Amazon reveals how Prime Air drone delivery will work but still doesn't know how much it will cost. Extreme Tech article

> Anite announced that a major Chinese mobile operator has selected Anite's Virtual Drive Testing Toolset for verifying mobile device performance in high-speed train scenarios. Release

> Networking startup Plexxi received an undisclosed amount in funding from GV, Google's venture capital arm formerly known as Google Ventures. ZDNet article

> Advanced Micro Devices chief executive Lisa Su said that the "buzz and interest" in virtual reality headsets could help boost PC industry sales in 2016. Venture Beat article

> A second state lawmaker has now introduced a bill that would prohibit the sale of smartphones with unbreakable encryption. Ars Technica article

> Intel has formed an unusual chip venture with two partners in China that could help address concerns about the security of imported technology. Wall Street Journal article

> Tech's "Frightful 5" will dominate digital life for foreseeable future. New York Times article

> A team of researchers has created implantable electronic sensors that can measure intracranial pressure and temperature before being absorbed into the body. EE Times article

And finally… The Oatmeal's Exploding Kittens card game is now available on iPhone. Article