Info about use of Stingray base station simulators is hard to get; Google seeks experimental license for possible connected-car tests

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> GSA: Number of new LTE devices rose 90 percent to reach 1,563. Article

> Info about law enforcement's use of Harris' Stingray base station simulators is hard to get. Article

> CommScope raised sales and earnings guidance to reflect its strengthening wireless business. Release

> Security flaw impacts Google Android OS upgrades. Article

> Evolved packet core revenue shows 60 percent year-on-year growth, says Dell'Oro Group. Release

> Google seeking experimental license from FCC for what may be connected-car tests. Blog post

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