OpenDaylight shares vision for the future; IoT spending to hit $1.3 trillion by 2019: report

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Public Wi-Fi networks and Tor won't be blocked or forbidden in France in the near future, even during a state of emergency, the country's prime minister Manuel Valls said. Ars Technica article

> Neela Jacques, executive director of open source SDN provider OpenDaylight, discussed the future and present of OpenDaylight. DZone article

> International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow at a 17 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from $698.6 billion in 2015 to nearly $1.3 trillion in 2019. Release

> FirstNet should be applauded for keeping its promise, delivering final RFP on time. Urgent Communications blog

> Ampleon, NXP's former RF business unit, is now the world's second largest RF power company. EE Times article

> Delta Air Lines says it is banning hoverboards -- the motorized, two-wheel, skateboard-size scooters -- because of the fire danger from the lithium-ion batteries that power the devices.  New York Times post

> Gogo is offering a new messaging plane for passengers. Wireless Week article

> Two of the main limitations drones face are available bandwidth and signal strength. How can the industry grow if these resources are so limited? EE Times blog

> A court acquitted the president of LG's home appliance division on charges of wrecking washers of rival company Samsung Electronics Co. at German shops, citing a lack of evidence. Korea Herald article

And finally… Donald Trump has angered another Silicon Valley bigwig: Google CEO Sundar Pichai. Article

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