News of Note—GoDaddy’s SmartLine, AT&T expands fixed wireless, and more

news of note

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> GoDaddy released its new SmartLine offering, which the company said gives small business owners a “dedicated business phone number with the features of a professional phone system, all accessible in their existing smartphone.” Release

> Apple, Facebook and other tech companies are urging the Supreme Court to block warrantless cell phone tracking. Verge article

> Qualcomm warned that its revenues could dip due to its ongoing legal battle with Apple. Mobile World Live article

> According to a new report in Wired, a Russian espionage campaign used hotel Wi-Fi and NSA hacking tools to spy on “high-value” hotel guests. Wired article

> Qualcomm said it has updated its Spectra camera technology for manufaucturesr using the company’s Snapdragon chips. Phone Scoop article

> Site Resources, owned by H&N Holdings, purchased Shenandoah Tower Service. Wireless Estimator article

> AT&T’s fixed wireless internet service launched in parts of North Carolina, with prices start at $30 per month. WRAL article

> Verizon reiterated its plans to continue to compete for public safety business as AT&T works with FirstNet. Urgent Communications article

> Wireless carriers are deploying extra network coverage in the path of next week’s solar eclipse. KLCC article