Huawei moves forward on air interface for 5G; Apple getting sued by Caltech over Wi-Fi chips

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Vodafone is making significant progress toward the implementation of its Ocean virtualization strategy but is still encountering some significant challenges as it works with the vendor community. Light Reading article

> Huawei has said that it has successfully tested the beginnings of a unified air interface that it hopes will be able to meet 5G demands on throughput and spectral efficiency and enabling different use cases. The Mobile Network article

> Reports say Jawbone has stopped making its UP fitness trackers and sold its remaining inventory to a third-party reseller. Tech Insider article

> Apple is being sued by Caltech for using Wi-Fi chips that allegedly infringe on four of the university's patents. The Verge article

> Google might resort to naming and shaming smartphone makers and carriers that are behind in updating Android devices. EE Times blog

> Satellite fleet operator SES said it would raise new equity to purchase 100 percent of medium-Earth-orbit Internet-delivery constellation O3b Networks. Space News article

And finally… A Dutch firm trains eagles to take down high-tech prey: drones. New York Times article

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