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    AT&T to Become First U.S. Carrier to Launch Commercial Support for WebRTC

    At the 2015 AT&T Developer Summit on Monday, AT&T1 announced that it will be the first US carrier to launch commercial support for Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) via its AT&T Enhanced WebRTC API. The WebRTC standard, which is already enabled on more than a billion browsers, allows voice and video calling between browsers without the…

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  • BlackBerry Launches Cloud IoT Platform

    BlackBerry has launched a new cloud-based IoT platform, initially aimed at the automotive and asset tracking industries. The new platform uses technology from BlackBerry’s embedded systems subsidiary QNX Software Systems, as well as BlackBerry’s network infrastructure and device lifecycle management software. It includes a messaging system, data collection and lifecycle management modules. The messaging system uses…

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  • China to Escalate Unregistered SIM Crackdown

    China is ramping up its efforts to crack down on unregistered SIMs, including by accelerating the registration process. The government aims to clamp down on crimes committed with unregistered SIMs that are more difficult to track by police, state-owned news agency Xinhua said. The Ministry for Industry and Information Technology, the Public Security Ministry and the State Administration of Industry…

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    Huawei and Omlet Announce Partnership to Bring Open Social Platform to Huawei Devices

    Huawei and Omlet, a spinoff from Stanford University to create an open social ecosystem, jointly announced their partnership today at CES 2015. Coming pre-installed on upcoming Huawei Android devices, Omlet’s open social platform will unlock the unique attributes of the devices, providing a way for people chat and share photos with friends without losing ownership…

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  • AT &T
    AT&T Follows T-Mobile With Rollover Data Offer

    Hot on the heels of T-Mobile US, AT&T on Wednesday announced that eligible mobile customers will soon be able to carry forward any data left over at the end of the month into the next one. Called Rollover Data, the service is available at no extra cost to customers on one of the U.S. telco’s…

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