Intel reportedly considering sale of security business; Resio.io secures funding from GE, Ericsson

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Intel is reportedly considering the sale of its security business to generate capital as the company restructures. Computer Weekly article

> Resin.io has secured $9 million in funding from DFJ, GE Ventures, Ericsson and Aspect Ventures. Release

> GE's Predix IoT platform attracts developers. SDX Central article

> Procera Networks has become a member of the Wireless Broadband Alliance. Release

> C3 IoT announced two contracts, one with ENGIE and the other with the U.S. Department of State. Network World article

> Uzmobile Telecom in the Republic of Uzbekistan has selected Anite's Nemo tools for drive testing, benchmarking and remote management. Release

And finally…  For Pride 2016, Apple gave employees a rainbow watch band. Recode article

 

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