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 Max Names Tipped by Case Maker via Gadgets 360

“Going by Apple’s annual rituals, the new iPhone range is expected to break cover in September. For the third time in a row, Apple is said to launch three iPhones. Recent reports however tipped that all three of the latest iPhone models will go on sale…”

 

Report: 38% of broadband subs want data security bundled at no extra cost via FierceTelecom.com

“With the proliferation of devices in subscribers’ homes, broadband security and privacy are top of mind for consumers, according to a report.

According to a report by Parks Associates, 75% of the heads…”

 

 

FTC warns of break-up of big tech via Telecoms.com

“The technology industry has often been a political punching bag over the last 18-24 months, and now the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is adding to the misery.

In an interview with Bloomberg, FTC Chairman Joe Simons has suggested…”

 

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