News of Note—Nokia, Deutsche Telekom, GM and more

news of note
Nokia is among those featured in today's News of Note.

Here are some of the stories we’re following today:

> Nokia is modernizing the communications network of the County of Fresno in California to strengthen emergency response capabilities and enhance public safety. Release

> Deutsche Telekom has joined the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) as a full partner member, which represents the highest tier of support in ONF. Release

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> GM is giving developers a fast lane to make it easier to build connected car apps for infotainment systems. Mashable article

> ETSI just published testing methods to improve device speech performance in the presence of background noise. Release

> Virtual reality could become easier to navigate, thanks to an assist from Wi-Fi. Science Magazine article

 

 

 

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