NSN's chairman will step down after the Microsoft deal closes; Google, Audi to collaborate on connected-car systems

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Jesper Ovesen, Nokia Solutions and Networks chairman, will step down after the Microsoft deal closes. Article

> Final elements of the FCC's medical body area network rules are now in effect for the 2360-2400 MHz band. Article

> Cognitive radio developer xG Technology said shareholders approved cancellation of plans to trade the company's common stock on the London Stock Exchange's AIM Market. Release

> The Dutch regulator permitted T-Mobile to throttle traffic on public Wi-Fi networks. Article

> Everything you know about mobile app user engagement may be wrong. Article

> Google and auto maker Audi reportedly will announce a collaboration to develop in-car entertainment and information systems based on Android. Article

And finally… Police: Showing up without beer led to a man being stabbed with a ceramic squirrel. Article

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