Telecom News Roundup

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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

“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…”

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Orlando publisher adopts realistic voice technology via

“An Orlando digital publisher has adopted technology distributed by Amazon that makes the stilted robotic voices often associated with text-to-speech services sound more natural…”

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Huawei security chief: We pose no greater risk to US than any other foreign telecom company via CNBC

“The chief security officer of Huawei USA told CNBC on Wednesday that the Chinese technology giant poses no greater threat to U.S. national security than other foreign telecommunications companies…”

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Verizon Connect delivers new field service dispatch solution via

“In order to make it easier for dispatchers to coordinate jobs with field technicians, Verizon Connect announced its Field Service Dispatch solution. Field Service Dispatch enables dispatchers to schedule jobs and communicate job information to technicians and customers in near-real time…”

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Apple and Google suspend some of their eavesdropping via

“Two of the world’s leading voice assistant makers pulled the plug on their respective analytics programmes of Siri and Google Assistant after private information including confidential conversations were leaked…”

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