Nokia CEO weighs in on UK referendum; Federated Wireless appoints former Magellan CEO to board

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> The FAA just made it much easier for companies to use drones for a variety of tasks, including aerial photography and emergency response. New York Times article

> Nokia President and CEO Rajeev Suri weighed in on the U.K. referendum on the European Union. Nokia blog

> Federated Wireless appointed former Magellan CEO Nelson Chan to its board of directors to help bring its Spectrum Access System and Environmental Sensing Capability platform, CINQ XP, to market once approved by the FCC. Release

> Apple has released firmware updates for its AirPort wireless base stations in order to fix a vulnerability that could put the devices at risk of hacking. Network World article

> Anite announced that Verkotan laboratory selected Anite's Propsim F32 Channel Emulator to enable faster MIMO OTA testing in Verkotan's advanced wireless performance laboratory. Release

> Speaking at BroadbandTV in Nashville, HomeGrid Forum President Donna Yasay told the audience that is the No. 1 technology to fulfill the needs for an in-home ultra-broadband experience by extending Wi-Fi coverage and performance throughout the home and creating a hybrid network over any of the available mediums. Release

> LoRa-based provider Senet announced the availability of the Senet IoT Foundry, a suite of development services for developers of IoT sensor-based solutions. Release

> States want greater input into the FirstNet deployment plans for their jurisdictions, a representative from the National Governors Association (NGA) testified during a hearing before a Senate subcommittee. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

And finally… LeBron James used Steve Jobs speech to inspire NBA Finals comeback. The Verge article