News of Note—T-Mobile’s new ad campaign; uBeam’s CEO; Amazon’s new Alexa devices and more

news of note
The CEO of wireless charging company uBeam has stepped down. (Pixabay)

Here are the stories we’re chasing today:

> T-Mobile is embarking on a new ad campaign called "What Story Does Your Phone Tell?" Release

> The CEO of wireless charging company uBeam has stepped down. Axios article

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> Amazon released a wide range of Alexa-powered devices and a kit to help developers build internet of things gadgets. The Verge article

> Fixed wireless provider RedZone said it expanded its service to an additional 33,000 locations in Maine. Release

> Huawei said its first foldable smartphone will also be its first 5G phone BGR article

> AT&T’s prepaid service added the Alcatel Tetra smartphone to its lineup. Prepaid Phone News article


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