GSA: 131 operators investing in LTE Advanced; FirstNet approves 2016 budget

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> The new iSkin skin-worn sensor is made from biocompatible silicone rubber with pressure-sensitive sensors that can allow users to control their mobile devices with their body. Reuters article

> According to the GSA, around 131 operators across the world are investing in LTE Advanced system deployments. Cellular News article

> FirstNet approved its 2016 budget. Post

> Bureau Veritas announced the opening of its latest wireless/smartworld lab in Shenzhen, China. Release

> According to a new survey of mobile operators globally, 74 percent believe that 5G will require a "radically different" or "substantially different" system architecture. Cellular News article

> Vubiq Networks said it received a patent for its "Waveguide Interface with a Launch Transducer and a Circular Interface Plate" technology the company said can be used for 60 GHz millimeter wave wireless data connectivity. Release

> A new drone can be used to hack into unsecured wireless networks. South China Morning Post article

And finally… Opera Software appears to be up for sale. Article

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