LinkNYC faces delays, criticism; SpiderCloud launches partner program

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> It looks as though Google Maps will soon work on just Wi-Fi. Tech Crunch article

> New York City's LinkNYC program is facing delays and criticism. Wall Street Journal article

> NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has designed an iPhone accessory that could one day be used to prevent the devices from leaking their whereabouts. Ars Technica article

> SpiderCloud Wireless is launching a partner program to recognize systems integrators that are qualified to deploy its small cells in the United States. Release

> The success of Pokémon Go has helped put Foursquare back on the map. New York Times article

> Travis Bogard, a top Jawbone product executive, has parted ways with the company. The Verge article

> Alphabet's X research lab is under pressure to make money. New York Times article

> A new iOS 10 feature warned against open Wi-Fi networks. Engadget article

And finally… 7-Eleven made a delivery via drone to a private residence in Reno, Nevada. The Verge article

 

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