News of Note—AT&T’s smart city app security; IBM’s CES keynote and more

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A big focus of IBM CEO Ginni Rometty’s keynote at CES centered on "what's next" in areas such as computing and deep data. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> AT&T and officials from its smart city partners promised user privacy has been top of mind during the development of new use cases which require residents to download smartphone apps and share details including their location data. Mobile World Live article

> A big focus of IBM CEO Ginni Rometty’s keynote at CES centered on "what's next" in areas such as computing and deep data. Light Reading article

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> Norway is considering whether to join other western nations in excluding Huawei from building part of the Nordic country’s new 5G telecommunications infrastructure. Reuters article

> Lenovo’s Smart Clock is the Google Assistant’s answer to the Echo Spot. Ars Technica article

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