Telefonica, MediaTek team on IoT; M²Communication joins Weightless SIG

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux and collaborative development, announced the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Release

> Telefonica and MediaTek have signed an agreement to work together on IoT and wearable technology R&D as part of Telefonica's Labs initiative. Telecompaper article

> Ford is in the midst of developing a couple of advanced front-lighting technologies designed to prevent collision and keep drivers safe at night. Engadget article

> Interest in millimeter waves from 30 GHz to 300 GHz has increased significantly during the past year, but much engineering still needs to be done. EE Times article

> After 10 years of making networked set-top boxes, Cisco Systems plans to quit the business, selling its Connected Devices division to French firm Technicolor. Network World article

> Google Maps' new "Your Timeline" feature helps you track your travel history. PC World article

> M²Communication has joined the Weightless SIG to lead a Weightless Working Group for the development of a new high performance LPWAN standard. Release

> Tektronix and IRCICA, a major French research laboratory, announced the opening of a new optical and wireless communications innovation laboratory at the University of Lille in France. Release

> Sensity Systems, a pioneer of Light Sensory Networks (LSNs), closed a private funding round of $36 million led by Cisco Investments. Release

And finally… Denver International Airport (DIA) has the fastest Wi-Fi out of the top seven busiest airports in the U.S. Article

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