News of Note—Ericsson, Gemalto, T-Mobile, Qualcomm and more

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Augmented reality may help surgeons keep their focus at critical moments during brain surgery. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Ericsson President and CEO Börje Ekholm and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán officially inaugurated Ericsson Hungary’s new headquarters in Budapest, incorporating state of-the-art R&D and innovation facilities. Release

> AT&T said it has set a goal to achieve “zero waste” at 100 AT&T facilities – including its Dallas headquarters – by the end of 2020. Release

> A former manager of President Trump’s campaign, Corey Lewandowski, is reportedly advising T-Mobile on its efforts to merge with Sprint. The Hill article

> An antitrust academic warned that the Department of Justice may be successful in blocking AT&T’s efforts to purchase Time Warner. NY Post article

> The FCC said the nation’s number porting system has successfully been transferred to Telcordia Technologies, doing business as iconectiv. Release

> AT&T said it is partnering with Google to offer Google Cloud to its business customers. Release

> Ericsson reviewed the 5G standardization process. Blog

> Gemalto announced a new collaboration that will see its advanced mobile connectivity solutions integrated with Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile PC platform. Release

> Augmented reality may help surgeons keep their focus at critical moments during brain surgery. Wall Street Journal article

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