Oracle-Google dispute goes to heart of open-source software; Ruckus acquisition represents bright spot for Brocade

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Cybersecurity experts outline challenges associated with FirstNet, other public-safety communications. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

> Inside Project Ara, Google's quest to create a modular smartphone. Wired article

> The Oracle-Google dispute goes to the heart of open-source software. New York Times article

> The impending acquisition of Ruckus Wireless may be the one bright spot in Brocade's rather dismal second fiscal quarter earnings. SDX Central article

> Texas Instruments was the leading vendor of semiconductors to the industrial sector in 2015 ahead of Infineon Technologies AG, according to analysis by Semicast Research. EE Times article

> Google and Levi's showed off a new denim jacket with built-in smart fabric sensors that allow cyclists to control their music, answer a phone call or respond to a message. Re/code article

And finally… Thirteen Stanford students reveal the apps they can't live without. Tech Insider article

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