Google to bring Wi-Fi to train stations in India; Level 3 acknowledges security concerns about SDN, NFV

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Google plans to bring high-speed Wi-Fi to 100 of India's busiest rail stations by the end of 2016. The Verge article

> Level 3 has acknowledged there are some deep-seated concerns that SDN and NFV technologies may pose a security risk. Light Reading article

> President Barack Obama announced that he had reached a "common understanding" with Chinese President Xi Jinping on curbing economic cyber espionage, but threatened to impose U.S. sanctions on Chinese hackers who persist with cyber crimes. Reuters article

> Is there anything the U.S. can do to stop Chinese hackers? The short answer, according to cyber sleuth Austin Berglas, is not really. Wall Street Journal article

> Here's a look inside Samsung's new U.S. semiconductor headquarters. ExtremeTech article

> HP's then-chairman Ray Lane tried to quash the acquisition of Autonomy but the CEO at the time, Leo Apotheker, moved ahead with ill-fated transaction. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

And finally… Steve Jobs screenwriter Aaron Sorkin over the weekend apologized to Tim Cook for the harsh words he directed at the CEO last week. Article

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