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September 02, 2016

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Today's Rundown

  1. Samsung issues worldwide recall of Galaxy Note 7 over battery problems

  2. Verizon's Shammo to step down as CFO

  3. Verizon drops $5 fee for Safety Mode, adds tier to new data plans

  4. [Sponsored] Qualcomm paving the way to Narrowband 5G with NB-IoT

  5. Google reportedly shelves Project Ara

  6. US LoRa IoT network provider Senet expects ‘double digit millions’ in revenues in 3 years

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Samsung issues worldwide recall of Galaxy Note 7 over battery problems

Samsung halted sales and issued a worldwide recall for its Galaxy Note 7, acknowledging “a battery cell issue” with the new high-end phone that has resulted in nearly three dozen unspecified problems globally.


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Verizon's Shammo to step down as CFO

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Shammo will retire from the company at the end of the year and will step down as CFO Nov. 1

Verizon drops $5 fee for Safety Mode, adds tier to new data plans

Friday, September 2, 2016

The nation's largest carrier also took a swipe at the new unlimited plans from T-Mobile and Sprint.

[Sponsored] Qualcomm paving the way to Narrowband 5G with NB-IoT

Monday, August 22, 2016

IoT is bringing a surge of smart, connected devices that will enable new services and efficiencies across industries, and 5G IoT is the key to enable a totally interconnected world. Learn how Qualcomm is leading the way to this new reality.

Google reportedly shelves Project Ara

Friday, September 2, 2016

The company suspended work on its modular phone initiative as it streamlines its hardware efforts, according to multiple reports.

US LoRa IoT network provider Senet expects ‘double digit millions’ in revenues in 3 years

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Senet, a startup founded in 2009 that’s building a LoRa-based Internet of Things (IoT) network in locations across the United States, said it is currently generating annual revenues in the “single digit millions” range. However, it expects that to increase in the coming years as it scores more customers and expands its network and operations.

News of Note

Nokia reported smartphone malware infections nearly doubled during the first half of 2016. Phone Arena article

Huawei gunning to be No. 2 smartphone vendor worldwide by 2018. Wall Street Journal story

Google will reportedly introduce two new, Pixel-branded phones later this year. Android Police article

AT&T is using drones to maintain its cell towers at Seattle’s Husky Stadium. Seattle Times article

Qualcomm has introduced a wireless eye-tracking virtual reality headset. Tech Crunch article