Salesforce makes a splash with IoT Cloud; Apple's Cook keeps quiet about self-driving car

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Salesforce.com introduced IoT Cloud, a service designed to help monitor billions of events relayed daily by smart devices. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> Apple CEO Tim Cook stayed mum when he was asked on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" about a possible self-driving car from Apple. Business Insider article

> Telstra, in collaboration with NETGEAR, Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies, announced that it is bringing the world's first 4G LTE Advanced Category 11 (Cat 11) 600 Mbps capable device to its customers in Australia on the Telstra Mobile Network. Release

> Microsoft has created a concept that projects Cortana onto the windshield of a car. The Verge article

> Researchers have uncovered attacks that have infected more than a dozen Cisco routers with a backdoor that can be used to gain a permanent foothold inside a targeted network. Ars Technica article

> Nokia proposes to make a big bang by having the first commercial full spec 5G roll out in connection with the European football championship in 2020. Blog

> The American Museum of Telephony, aka JKL Museum of Telephony, in northern California was destroyed in a fire but the museum's curator plans to rebuild. Network World article

> Samsung it has reopened its D'light experience store in Seoul after three months of renovation. Venture Beat article

> Brocade announced Version 2 of its open source SDN controller, based on the OpenDaylight Lithium release, along with two new management applications. Light Reading article

And finally… UCLA researchers and engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are working to create an antenna that could allow the Mars rover to communicate directly with Earth. Article

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