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Qualcomm Announces Groundbreaking Cellular-V2X Solution to Support Automotive Road Safety, Helping to Pave a Path for the Future of Autonomous Driving

SAN DIEGO , Sep.andnbsp;Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), today introduced its first-announced Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) commercial solution based on 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Release 14 specifications for PC5-based direct communications, the Qualcomm® 9150 C-V2X chipset. To meet automaker production demands for road safety using C-V2X solutions, the chipset is anticipated to be available for commercial sampling in the second half of 2018. andnbsp;To help accelerate the automotive ecosystem for commercial readiness, Qualcomm Technologies also introduced today the new Qualcomm® C-V2X Reference Design, which will feature the 9150 C-V2X chipset with integrated GNSS capability, and include an application processor running the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) V2X stack and a Hardware Security Module (HSM).andnbsp; Click here for more.

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Microsoft Adds LTE Support to the Surface Tablet

Microsoft has shown off a new version of its Surface tablet that is going on sale in the USA with ATandT. Click here for more.


GTL Continues Support of BEST Entrepreneurship Program

RESTON, Va. , Aug.andnbsp;GTL, an innovation leader in correctional technology, education solutions that assist in rehabilitating inmates, and payment services solutions for government, today announced it will continue the commitment to entrepreneurship which began with IDS’ and the Nashe family’s involvement in the Building Entrepreneurs for Success in Tennessee (BEST), a program of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center (EC). Since its inception in 2014, the BEST program has had continued accolades after graduating three cohorts of student inmates and setting them on a path towards personal achievement as they work to successfully reenter society. Click here for more.

Cellular News

VisTracks Announces Support for Pacific Track ELD Device

VisTracks, Inc., provider of the industry-leading family of FMCSA-certified Hours of Service (HOS), DVIR, and IFTA applications, has announced support for ELD hardware provider Pacific Track’s ELD device. This support is in addition to several other devices currently support by VisTracks. The addition of Pacific Track allows VisTracks’ resellers to obtain a high quality ELD product for their customers at an attractive price. VisTracks has passed all the requisite certification tests with this device and has certified to the FMCSA with posting on their website. Click here for more.

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Radial Customer Care Centers in Brevard County, Florida, Bringing On 3,200 Workers to Support Holiday Hustle

MELBOURNE,andnbsp;Fla.andnbsp;and MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. Radial announced today its plan to bring on an additional 3,200 workers in Brevard County, Florida , to support the busiest time of year in the retail industry. As more people shop online, job opportunities in customer care centers have expanded dramatically to ensure customers receive the personal care and service they expect. Click here for more.

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Bomgar Announces New Global Channel Program to Support Growth Initiatives

Bomgar, a leader in secure access solutions, today announced the launch of its new Global Channel Program, building upon Bomgar’s strong partner ecosystem. The enhanced program makes it even easier for partners to engage with Bomgar through simplifying the partner levels, offering deal registration and protection, and delivering more localized training. In addition, the program focuses on expanding relationships with security partners who can extend the value of Bomgar’s Secure Access solutions through sales, implementation, integration, and managed services. Ultimately, Bomgar intends to grow its channel bookings to more than a third of its business. Click here for more.

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Nokia launches smartphones for emerging markets with Android app support

The Nokia X will go on sale immediately, priced from €89

The Nokia X will go on sale immediately, priced from €89

Handset maker Nokia has launched a family of smartphones that run Android apps and are targeted at emerging markets. The Nokia X, will go on sale immediately, is priced from €89 and will be available in Asia-Pacific, Europe, India, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.

The Nokia X+ and Nokia XL, priced at €99 and €109 respectively, will be launched in the same markets next quarter. The handsets will also support Microsoft services such as Skype, OneDrive and

The Finnish firm, which is being acquired by Microsoft, also unveiled two handsets in the “first smartphone” category, for consumers experiencing the internet for the first time in markets where fixed line connectivity is not prevalent. The Nokia Asha 230 will be priced at €45 while the Nokia 220 will be priced from €29. They will be available in the same regions as the Nokia X family.

Tony Cripps, principal analyst at research firm Ovum, said that while it is premature to label the Nokia X a game changer, it “definitely shakes up an industry that has become fixated on incremental advances and smart accessories as growth drivers of hardware sales, largely at the expense of further ecosystem development”.

He predicts that Nokia’s strong presence in emerging markets will be a driver for sales in the regions it is targeting with the devices, and will force competitors to step up their efforts in those markets. The devices are likely to be welcomed by consumers and developers alike, he said adding that they are also likely to evoke a response from Google, particularly in developing markets.

“Microsoft’s pragmatism in adopting the  Android Open Source Project (AOSP) gives it a chance of finally taking the global consumer technology fight to Google, Apple, and Samsung,” said Cripps. “The result, in the long term, may be a company barely recognisable as the one we know today.”

Ian Fogg, head of mobile analysis at IHS Technology, said that Nokia supporting Android apps shows that an Android victory in the smartphone market does not necessarily equote to a Google victory.

“For Nokia, using Android dramatically improves on its previous Asha proposition for emerging markets. Now, Nokia can offer a vast selection of apps at a comparable price to Android smartphones.”

andquot;Net Freedom Ringandquot; Campaign Launching July 4th in Support of Internet Independence

andnbsp;Today, the non-profit citizen group Free Our Internet (FOI) announced a new campaign aimed at combatting efforts by big government, Silicon Valley monopolies and the tech-left to takeover our internet. The “Net Freedom Ring” campaign – – will commence on July 4 th and calls for internet independence from government regulations such as the FCC’s 2015 so-called “net neutrality” rules pushed by President Obama.andnbsp; Click here for more.

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ATandT Awarded $119M, 5-year Contract to Support Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

VIENNA, Va.andnbsp;ATandamp;T* will help the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) modernize its communications and reduce costs. Click here for more.

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Canadian Networks Ready to Support Text Messaging Based Emergency Calls

Canada’s mobile networks have announced their readiness to support text messaging for summoning emergency help — the Text with 9-1-1 (T9-1-1) service. Click here for more.