OPNFV unveils first software release; Researchers warn Apple about iOS security vulnerability

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The OPNFV Project announced the availability of OPNFV Arno, the community's first software release. Release

> Google's artificial-intelligence researchers believe there are more urgent matters than the potential destruction of humanity at the hands of superintelligent machines, and that anyone talking about how AI will destroy us all is being "preposterous." Article (sub. req.)

> Siri could be more useful in the living room than anywhere else as Apple closes in on offering new TV devices and services there. Article

> A new breed of wireless sensor developers is inspiring new tools. Article

> The rise of smart cities and the decreasing cost of renewable energy systems are rapidly changing the power management market. Article

> Researchers at Wandera have alerted Apple to a potential security vulnerability in iOS that could be used by attackers to fool users into giving up their credit card data and personal information. Article

> Toyota will work with Ford to integrate an open-source version of Ford's Sync AppLink into future Toyota vehicles. Article

> The First Responder Network Authority has received 642 questions about its draft request for proposals and special notice. Article

And finally… Helsinki's free public Wi-Fi will support video calling and HD streaming. Article

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