Huawei powers LTE Broadcast eMBMS trial; Researcher finds security flaw in Samsung phones

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> AT&T wants to push NFV down to optical transport. SDxCentral article

> Huawei powers Vodafone's LTE Broadcast eMBMS trial in Spain. Release

> Nest unveiled the new Nest Cam almost a year to the day it purchased Dropcam for $555 million. The Verge article

> As many as 600 million Samsung phones may be vulnerable to attacks that allow hackers to surreptitiously monitor the camera and microphone, read incoming and outgoing text messages, and install malicious apps, a security researcher said. Ars Technica article

> Rise of the machines: The industrial Internet of Things is taking shape. Venture Beat guest column

> AMD beat archrival Nvidia to the goal of rolling out high-end graphics cards that use DRAM chip stacks to provide more memory bandwidth--and thus performance--on relatively small, low-power boards. EE Times article

> Chip makers renew pleas to Congress for trade bill. New York Times article (sub. req.)

> SDN startup PLUMgrid has named a former Cisco veteran as its new CEO. Network World article

> Meta Mesh, a Pittsburgh startup, is hoping to bring free wireless broadband service to neighborhoods through its PittMesh network, which lets anyone join the network using consumer-grade, off-the-shelf Wi-Fi hardware. Article

> Time Warner Cable has been targeted for the first complaint under the FCC's new net neutrality rules, which just took effect on June 12. Article

> Here's something about E3 that you can't find anywhere else. The Verge essay

And finally… It's official: We're getting a taco emoji. The Verge article