Google Glass finds second life in medicine; Former Novatel exec joins Ingenu

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Nokia says the European 5G manifesto adopted last week shows signs of progress but there is a real sense of urgency as Europe is still falling behind in LTE deployment. Nokia blog

> While Google Glass may have fallen out of favor among the hippest technologists and those that follow them, the wearable technology has found a second life in emergency medicine. EE Times article

> Ingenu announced that former Novatel Wireless executive Dan Halvorson has joined the company's management team as executive vice president and CFO. Release

> Rich Miner, who co-founded Android, is returning to Google to build an "education-focused" initiative within its walls. Recode article

> A serious security flaw has been discovered in D-Link networked products which leave users open to attack. ZDNet article

> Alibaba has officially announced its move into the automobile space after it unveiled its first "internet car" in collaboration with SAIC, one of China's big four state-owned automakers. TechCrunch article

And finally… Why is everyone talking about Pokémon Go? Recode post

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