Apple to start selling iPad Pro this week; Snapchat now has 6B video views per day

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Snapchat has reached 6 billion video views per day, trailing Facebook's 8 billion. Financial Times article

> Apple defeated a U.S. class action lawsuit brought by Apple retail workers over bag search practices at the company's California brick-and-mortar stores. Reuters article

> Verizon Wireless started selling two new GPS-connected wearables that alert parents when their children leave a predefined area. Re/code article

> Apple said its iPad Pro will be available to order online on Wednesday and arrive at stores later this week. Reuters article

Wireless Tech News

> Google has asked the FCC for permission to use the 2.5 GHz band to test aircraft technology at the New Mexico Spaceport facility and at an Indian reservation in Warm Springs, Ore., and in the town of Pescadero, Calif., according to a Business Insider report. Article

> Thanks to its own patents, iPass is touting a new service designed to give consumers more protection when they're hopping on public hotspots -- and it's adding more hotspots to its Wi-Fi network with the addition of Time Warner Cable as a partner. Article

European Wireless News

> The GSMA said it will discuss Jon Fredrik Baksaas' role as its chairman after Telenor Group announced it is ending its former CEO's tenure as an adviser to its board 13 months early as part of an internal investigation into its VimpelCom stake. Article

> Vodafone, Telecom Italia and Etisalat have committed to opening six Narrow Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) open laboratories as part of their involvement in a new industry forum focused on promoting the development of the technology. Article

Cable News

> As Comcast continues to face criticism over its usage cap tests, the MSO said none of the policies are new or secret. In fact, a company representative told FierceCable that Comcast outlined its usage-based pricing philosophy back in May 2012 in a company blog post. Article

> The FCC is reportedly looking at the vast, sprawling holdings of Charter Communications' biggest shareholder, John Malone, as it reviews the proposed purchases by Charter of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. Article

Telecom News

> AT&T is deepening its 1 Gbps FTTH service reach in 12 metro areas across its wireline territories in the Midwest, Southwest and Western markets. Article

> Telus is not afraid of the impending threat of cable competitors rolling out DOCSIS 3.1 networks and is ready to respond through its ongoing fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) rollout in its wireline territory. Article

And finally… Google is giving away a chunk of its machine learning software by making it open source.  Article