Verizon certifies Sequans Calliope LTE Cat 1 chipset with VoLTE; AT&T continues 2G customer migration

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Sequans Communications announced that Verizon has certified the Calliope LTE Cat 1 chipset to support VoLTE applications. Release

> The LoRa Alliance has rejected charges leveled at LoRa technology by rival Sigfox, which last week effectively accused LoRa of being a proprietary tool masquerading as an open system. Light Reading article

> Intel CEO Brian Krzanich laid out his vision for the future of the CPU giant in a lengthy public memo. Extreme Tech article

> AT&T said it is continuing to migrate its customer base as it moves forward with plans to shut down its 2G network by the end of this year. Wireless Week article

> Ford, Google, Uber, Lyft and Volvo announced the formation of the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets, a lobbying group with the express purpose of advocating autonomous driving. The Verge article

> Global enterprises and consumers will pump nearly $350 million into securing the Internet of Things (IoT) this year, a figure that is set to grow exponentially in coming years as networks of connected objects expand, according to Gartner. EE Times article

> iPass announced the iPass developer program, designed to allow developers to embed mobile connectivity into their applications. Release

And finally… Tommy Thayer isn't the first guitarist for the band KISS, but he is the first KISS guitarist to also create a mobile app for kids. Re/code article