Uber to offer Wi-Fi-enabled vehicles during CES; IPv6 celebrates 20th birthday

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Uber will offer Wi-Fi-enabled vehicles in Las Vegas for the big Consumer Electronics Show. GeekWire article

> Mobile operator 3 Hong Kong completed a bilateral international VoLTE roaming trial with Japanese mobile operator NTT DoCoMo. RCR Wireless article

> IPv6 celebrates its 20th birthday by reaching 10 percent deployment. Ars Technica article

> Axis says its Vidius is the smallest-ever camera-equipped drone, and it's so tiny that users don't have to register it with the Federal Aviation Administration. Engadget article

> LG's smart home hub looks like an Amazon Echo with a screen. The Verge article

> 5G cellular will spawn fresh design issues around its new air interface, massive antenna arrays and other new features, according to a panel that will address the topic at DesignCon. EE Times article

> India has become a battleground over the right to unrestricted Internet access, with local tech start-ups joining the front line against Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his plan to roll out free Internet to the country's masses. Venture Beat article

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