Internet advocates send open letter to Zuckerberg about Internet.org; Service provider VoIP, IMS market hits $1.3B

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Tech sector says encryption backdoors "undermine human rights." Article

> Alleged plane hacker said he pierced Boeing jet's firewall in 2012. Article

> UNICEF, along with chip company ARM and design firm Frog Design, launched the Wearables for Good Challenge program to encourage the development of low-cost wearables that can be used to improve the health of mothers and children in emerging economies. Article

> The service provider VoIP and IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) equipment market hit $1.3 billion worldwide in the first quarter of 2015, a 29 percent increase from the same period a year ago, according to Infonetics Research, now part of IHS. Release

> Internet advocates sent an open letter to Mark Zuckerberg regarding Internet.org, net neutrality, privacy and security. Letter

> Xiaomi wants its own custom-designed processors to differentiate its products and control its destiny, an executive of Leadcore Technology told EE Times. Article

> Elektrobit is switching gears in the midst of a company split and opting to sell its automotive business to Continental AG for approximately $668 million. Article

> OpenStack launched a community app catalog where community members can share developer tools for setting up new applications and services on an OpenStack cloud. Article

> A shortage of qualified IT talent challenges CIOs trying to respond to the tech demands of business. Article (sub. req.)

> Genband fring OTT platform powers PLDT's JuanaChat app. Article

And finally… How astronauts 3D printed a wrench they needed in space. Article

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