Sprint Wi-Fi running on streetcar route; Google makes big change to Google Maps

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Patent reform advocates who were hoping to "shut down the Eastern District of Texas" face disappointment as the top U.S. patent appeals court ruled against a venue transfer in a dispute between two food companies. Ars Technica artilce

> Sprint Wi-Fi already is running along most of the 2.2-mile Kansas City, Mo., streetcar route. Kansas City Star article

> Flip phones and candybar phones serve a niche with people seeking simplicity and low prices. Wall Street Journal article

> Fitbit scored a victory in a trade dispute against Jawbone, with a judge ruling that some of the Jawbone patents at the heart of the dispute were invalid. Re/code article

> Google made a huge change to the way Google Maps look. Tech Insider article

And finally… Samsung "Bedtime VR Stories" might be the perfect remote parenting app. Mashable article