Researchers unlock fingerprint-protected phones win inkjet printer; Cisco partners with Verizon Enterprise on next-gen solutions

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Researchers at Michigan State unlocked fingerprint-protected Samsung Galaxy S6 and Huawei Honor 7 phones using inkjet printers. Softpedia News article

> Dell is nearing a deal to sell its IT services business unit to the Japanese telecom giant NTT for about $3.5 billion. Re/code article

> Strategy Analytics expects rapid growth of 802.11ad Wi-Fi products this year. Release

> Immy, a tech startup based in Michigan, said it has been granted a patent on a way to design a new generation of augmented reality and virtual reality products. Venture Beat article

> Cisco said it was partnering with Verizon Enterpriser Solutions to offer its Cisco Spark cloud-based collaboration service to Verizon customers as part of the telecom giant's expansion of "next-generation collaboration solutions." RCR Wireless article

> Tele2 in The Netherlands has selected Nokia as the supplier of LTE small cells products. Release

> Sequans Communications S.A. completed interoperability testing of its Calliope Cat 1 LTE chipset with NTT DoCoMo in Japan. Release

And finally… Steve Wozniak calls FBI's demands of Apple "just wrong." Article


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