• Blog | Day: August 14, 2019

Telecom News Roundup

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  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Smartphone charging cable can steal your data too via The Economic Times “Next time when you borrow a charging cable for your smartphone or iPad, think twice. A hacker has shown that an iPhone charging cable can steal your data…”     Verizon sues City of Rochester over 5G fees via Telecoms.com “US telco Verizon has filed a lawsuit against the City of Rochester [NY], suggesting a newly created telecommunications code violates federal law and the maximum fees telcos can be charged…”     iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro

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NJ Tech Weekly

Photo & Text by William Swayze   The owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are often overwhelmed by the thought of embracing new voice-assisted technologies for their staff and customers.   Voice applications are too complicated, expensive and advanced, they complain. They also note that the major players in voice tech are still ignoring them in favor of doing business with big companies.   Robert Naughton, chief revenue officer at Voicify (Brooklyn, N.Y.), told a group of SMB owners and others that this was not the time to dawdle.   “If you’re not first, you are last. In voice

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Man using a tablet

  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Smartphone charging cable can steal your data too via The Economic Times “Next time when you borrow a charging cable for your smartphone or iPad, think twice. A hacker has shown that an iPhone charging cable can steal your data…”     Verizon sues City of Rochester over 5G fees via Telecoms.com “US telco Verizon has filed a lawsuit against the City of Rochester [NY], suggesting a newly created telecommunications code violates federal law and the maximum fees telcos can be charged…”     iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro

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NJ Tech Weekly

Photo & Text by William Swayze   The owners of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are often overwhelmed by the thought of embracing new voice-assisted technologies for their staff and customers.   Voice applications are too complicated, expensive and advanced, they complain. They also note that the major players in voice tech are still ignoring them in favor of doing business with big companies.   Robert Naughton, chief revenue officer at Voicify (Brooklyn, N.Y.), told a group of SMB owners and others that this was not the time to dawdle.   “If you’re not first, you are last. In voice

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