Microsoft releases new Skype Messaging app; Overture expands NFV program

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Microsoft quietly released a new app called Skype Messaging for Windows 10 Mobile. Venture Beat article

> With little fanfare, Cox Business posted signs at the Las Vegas Convention Center informing visitors that location information from mobile devices will be collected. Washington Times article

> Taiwanese fabless chip company MediaTek plans to bid to buy Richtek Technology Corp., a fabless vendor of analog ICs and power management ICs also based in Hsinchu, Taiwan, broadening its offerings in the Internet of Things. EE Times article

> In America's Farm Belt, wearable health trackers are making their way to the herd. Wall Street Journal article

> Overture Networks continues to boost its Harmony Partner Ecosystem program, announcing five new members focused on supporting service providers looking to deploy network functions virtualization platforms. RCR Wireless article

> The DOJ issued guidance on stingray use as local and state police forces pursue their own policies. Extreme Tech article

And finally… There's a movie coming out about Steve Jobs that actually impressed Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. The Verge article