Telecom News Round: Dec. 6 2019

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With the holiday season in full swing, it can be easy to get distracted. So we’ve gone ahead and put a great reading list of telecom news just for you.       Robocalls on the rise: Americans get 18 spam calls per month, report says “The United States is again the eighth-most-spammed nation in the world and the annoying calls are on the rise, according to a new report. Americans received 7%…” To finish the article, click here.     U.S. Telecom Company Discloses Potential U.S. Sanctions Violations “Comtech Telecommunications Corp. is being investigated for potential violations of U.S. sanctions

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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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  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   There’s no evidence 5G is going to harm our health, so let’s stop worrying about it via TechXplore.com “Hype continues to surround the roll-out of 5G technology in Australia and across the world. While there is promise of faster network speeds, and talk of exciting technologies like driverless cars, there’s also a growing movement to stop the implementation of 5G due to concerns about the effects it may have on our health…” Click here to read more >   Orlando publisher adopts realistic voice technology via TechXplore.com “An Orlando digital publisher has adopted

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  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Google builds gesture controls into new Pixel phone via The Economic Times “Google on Monday revealed that it is building gesture controls and face recognition into a next-generation Pixel smartphone as it looks to fuel early enthusiasm for its upcoming flagship handset…” AT&T reels in $984M contract with Department of Justice via Fierce Telecom “AT&T announced on Monday that it has reeled in a 15-year, $984 million contract with the U.S. Department of Justice…”   Cybersecurity is becoming impossible without AI – Capgemini report via Telecoms.com “According to a new report from

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By: Alon Cohen – EVP/CTO at Phone.com Few of what seem to be smart consumers that I encountered asked me how any limited phone plan competes with other unlimited calling plans from so and so. I admit I thought I was smart when I got my first unlimited plan. The truth is that at first glance it seems reasonable, unlimited means I don’t care how much I speak, but the real story is that when you check each case you see that the unlimited plan has marginal value if any at all to you the consumer. In fact you may

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telecom news roundup reading news

With the holiday season in full swing, it can be easy to get distracted. So we’ve gone ahead and put a great reading list of telecom news just for you.       Robocalls on the rise: Americans get 18 spam calls per month, report says “The United States is again the eighth-most-spammed nation in the world and the annoying calls are on the rise, according to a new report. Americans received 7%…” To finish the article, click here.     U.S. Telecom Company Discloses Potential U.S. Sanctions Violations “Comtech Telecommunications Corp. is being investigated for potential violations of U.S. sanctions

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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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  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   There’s no evidence 5G is going to harm our health, so let’s stop worrying about it via TechXplore.com “Hype continues to surround the roll-out of 5G technology in Australia and across the world. While there is promise of faster network speeds, and talk of exciting technologies like driverless cars, there’s also a growing movement to stop the implementation of 5G due to concerns about the effects it may have on our health…” Click here to read more >   Orlando publisher adopts realistic voice technology via TechXplore.com “An Orlando digital publisher has adopted

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Woman reading Telecom News

  Here’s what we’re reading this week:   Google builds gesture controls into new Pixel phone via The Economic Times “Google on Monday revealed that it is building gesture controls and face recognition into a next-generation Pixel smartphone as it looks to fuel early enthusiasm for its upcoming flagship handset…” AT&T reels in $984M contract with Department of Justice via Fierce Telecom “AT&T announced on Monday that it has reeled in a 15-year, $984 million contract with the U.S. Department of Justice…”   Cybersecurity is becoming impossible without AI – Capgemini report via Telecoms.com “According to a new report from

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By: Alon Cohen – EVP/CTO at Phone.com Few of what seem to be smart consumers that I encountered asked me how any limited phone plan competes with other unlimited calling plans from so and so. I admit I thought I was smart when I got my first unlimited plan. The truth is that at first glance it seems reasonable, unlimited means I don’t care how much I speak, but the real story is that when you check each case you see that the unlimited plan has marginal value if any at all to you the consumer. In fact you may

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