News of Note—Vodafone CEO move, DT’s IoT bundles and more

news of note

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Vittorio Colao will step down as CEO of Vodafone Group in October after more than a decade at the helm of the company. Mobile World Live article

> A group of Senate Democrats is demanding answers from AT&T and Novartis after it was revealed the two companies paid large sums of money to President Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen. The Hill article

> Google reportedly collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled. Quartz article

> Deutsche Telekom is launching new end-to-end bundles for its customers to ease their way into the internet of things. American Journal of Transportation article

> Sprint said it will build 5G in New York City; Phoenix, Ariz.; and Kansas City. RCR article

> FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has accepted the recommendations of the North American Numbering Council for industry to quickly establish a Governance Authority for implementing the SHAKEN/STIR framework. Release (PDF)

> France’s Sigfox announced a new service designed to make it quicker and easier to develop connected products that use its network. VentureBeat article

> Comcast announced the availability of its LoRaWAN IoT network in the San Francisco Bay Area. Telecomlead article