News of Note—Palm phones may return, EU on standard chargers, Magic Leap’s devices and more

news of note

Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Palm-branded mobile devices may well return to the U.S. market. Mobile World Live article

> The European Commission is reportedly unhappy with the progress the wireless industry is making toward creating one standard for charging mobile phones. Reuters article

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> According to one new study, mobile phones from all the major U.S. wireless network operators may be vulnerable to hacking. Cnet article

> Magic Leap finally showed off details of its forthcoming augmented reality glasses. The Verge article

> Qualcomm appears set to release details of a chip for smart watches on Sept. 10. Phone Arena article


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