NSN reportedly eyeing 8,500 more job cuts; EC denies link between Chinese TD-LTE tender and delay in probing Huawei, ZTE

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Slightly renamed NSN is reportedly eyeing 8,500 more job cuts. Article

> Cisco Systems and auto components maker Continental want to use lessons from the enterprise to protect the vehicle of the future. Article

> Vodafone is turning to sport and songs to market LTE in the UK. Article

> The European Commission denied any link between the Chinese TD-LTE tender and a delay in probing Huawei and ZTE. Article

> Boingo's App Download product lets brands reward users with free Wi-Fi access. Release

> FirstNet Board member Kevin McGinnis is leading tribal outreach. Release

> Sprint, U.S. Cellular are not happy with AT&T's push for package bidding on the H Block. Article

> Qualcomm Technologies has joined the NYU Wireless Research Center. Release

And finally… A $4,200 Japanese smart toilet is reportedly susceptible to hacking via a Bluetooth PIN vulnerability. Article

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