Rosenworcel pushes for U.S. to move on 28 GHz; Samsung smart shoes hint at MWC 2016

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Astro Teller, head of Alphabet's X unit (formerly Google X), talked about busting a lot of balloons for Project Loon during an appearance at the annual TED conference. Re/code article

> FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel is pushing for the U.S. to move ahead fast with allowing carriers to use 28 GHz radio spectrum in order to be first in "the race to 5G." Light Reading article

> Test company Rohde & Schwarz has moved to consolidate its cybersecurity focus in a new subsidiary company, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity GmbH, with the aim of becoming a dominant force in the network security market in Europe. RCR Wireless article

> Intelligent Energy has signed a Letter of Intent with a drone manufacturer to develop hydrogen fuel cell powered drones, and it also signed a joint development agreement with an emerging smartphone OEM with the aim of developing embedded fuel cell technology for the manufacturer's devices. EE Times article

> New satellites could bring 1 terabit of internet bandwidth to remote regions. ExtremeTech article

> The challenge of creating a computer "personality" is now one that a growing number of software designers are grappling with as computers become portable and users with busy hands and eyes increasingly use voice interaction. New York Times article

And finally… Samsung-backed smart shoes hint at what's to come at next week's MWC 2016. VentureBeat article

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