Report: Nokia explores sale of HERE business; Self-driving cars could trigger motion sickness

More wireless tech news across the web:

> Cradlepoint closed a Series B round of $48 million growth-equity funding. Release

> Nokia is exploring the sale of its HERE maps business, Bloomberg reports, citing people familiar with the matter. Article

> Aerohive Networks introduced what it calls its completely updated HiveManager Next Generation cloud management platform for mobile-first organizations. Post

> Researchers at the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute say that self-driving cars could trigger motion sickness for some people. Article

> Oracle executives explain how the software giant is both leveraging its expertise in the OSS/BSS arena and working with groups such as the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and TM Forum to advance the cause of concepts such as network-as-a-service and more. Article

> Google will join a group of technology companies willing to offer access to their LTE-related patents as part of a single patent license. Article

> Weekend hackathons organized by and for students are surging in size, scale and frequency. Article (sub. req.)

> Intel shows off what it calls the "world's first no-wires" laptop, which has wireless charging and can connect to peripherals without cables. Article

> The U.S. Department of Defense hasn't followed through on its commitment to convert to IPv6. Article

And finally… The 3D Robotics Solo may be the smartest drone ever. Article

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