OpenDaylight announces third SDN release; Google tests latest self-driving car prototypes

Wireless tech news from across the Web:

> The OpenDaylight Project announced that OpenDaylight Lithium, its third open software-defined networking (SDN) software release, is now available to those seeking to build and deploy SDN solutions. Release

> South Korea is expected to unveil a package of deregulation measures for the country's mobile network market to facilitate the entry of a fourth player and give existing carriers more leeway. The Korea Herald article

> More than a billion phones will be equipped with near-field communications technology in 2015, potentially opening up new vectors for attack. PC World article

> General Motors CEO Mary Barra talks about autonomous cars and the process of rolling out vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communications. The Verge article

> The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is accelerating its efforts to mandate vehicle-to-vehicle communications and plans to submit a proposed connected car rule by the end of the year. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> Google started testing the latest prototypes of its self-driving cars on Mountain View, Calif., roads with safety drivers aboard. Venture Beat article

> Delphi Automotive now says its self-driving car didn't come close to hitting a Google car. Venture Beat article

> Vodafone is poised to take advantage of frequency division duplex (FDD)/time division duplex (TDD) LTE network convergence and carrier aggregation (CA), starting with its network in Portugal, Ericsson has announced.  Release

> To meet demand for mobile broadband, the U.S. wireless industry will need more than 350 megahertz (MHz) of new licensed spectrum by 2019, according to a report issued by The Brattle Group and commissioned by CTIA. Release

And finally… Starting this fall, your iPhone is going to be able to actually learn about your habits. Article