Russia's MTS collaborates with Ericsson on 5G; Motorola Solutions invests in BlueLine Grid

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Russia's MTS announced a major partnership with Ericsson that will see the two companies collaborate on developing 5G networks in Russia. Light Reading article

> Apple says there are 800 people solely dedicated to working on the iPhone's camera. The Verge article

> The FAA's Office of Chief Counsel released new guidance for state and local government authorities as they increasingly seek to regulate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones. Hogan Lovells blog

> Motorola Solutions made a strategic investment in BlueLine Grid, which provides technology for law enforcement, first responders and security teams. Release

> Expect more collaboration between Thread and other industry groups in 2016. EE Times blog

> The discovery of spying code nestled deeply in Juniper Networks' equipment raises many questions. Network World article

> Famed deal-maker Frank Quattrone is again in high demand, but controversy lingers from his dot-com days. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

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