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Internet, Privacy Groups Urge CPSC to Regulate IoT Device Security Risks

The Consumer Product Safety Commission was right to exclude cybersecurity and privacy concerns when it undertook its review of the potential safety issues and hazards for IoT consumer devices (see 1803290032 and 1806150044), said the Association of … Subscribe to Read >>

After Slacking Growth in 2018, Wearables Seen Picking Up Steam Next Year, Says IDC

The wearables market is forecast to have a dip in growth this year, advancing 8.2 percent to 124.9 million units, compared with10.3 percent in 2017, IDC reported. But it’s expected to return to double-digit growth from 2019-2022 … Subscribe to Read >>

IPhone Enhances 911 Location Availability, in Move Boosters Say Will Help NG-911

Apple is rolling out technology so 911 operators can more precisely locate callers, which investors in its vendor RapidSOS including ex-FCC chairmen and some others told us is a major boost for next-generation 911 deployment (see 1806150042). Subscribe to Read >>

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AT&T/TW Gets OK From Federal Judge in Rejection of DOJ Antitrust Complaint

AT&T's planned $108.7 billion purchase of Time Warner got the green light Tuesday from U.S. District Judge Richard Leon of Washington. as he ruled in favor of the companies in rejecting DOJ's antitrust complaint seeking to block the deal. Leon announced his decision this afternoon to a packed courtroom. … Read More >>

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