Ericsson and Swisscom team on LTE-Advanced Pro; Facebook launches group calling for Messenger

More wireless news from across the Web:

> Ericsson and Swisscom successfully tested LTE-Advanced Pro. RCR article

> Republicans are questioning the timing of an FCC fine related to the Lifeline program. The Hill report

> PayPal and others have invested $30 million in the mobile investing app Acorns. VentureBeat story

> Facebook launched group calling in its Messenger app. TechCrunch article

Telecom News

> Amid network sabotage, Verizon warns that strike could 'pressure' Q2 results. Article

Wireless Tech News

> Sprint says it's on track to launch intelligent Wi-Fi in Kansas City. Article

Cable News

> Dish Network announced a multi-year renewal with Viacom. Article

And finally… Elon Musk hints about a self-driving bus aimed at easing traffic. Article


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