News of Note—Ericsson’s 5G pilot with Singtel, AT&T’s FirstNet progress and more

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Singtel and Ericsson are launching Singapore’s first 5G pilot network. Release

> Snapchat has confirmed the closure of Snapcash, an in-app mobile payments service that may have become more liability than profit maker. ZDNet article

> AT&T said Band 14 has been added to more than 2,500 sites across the country and the first FirstNet-dedicated deployable network assets are ready for use. Release

> Sony announced the IMX586, a CMOS camera sensor for phones that packs 48 megapixels into a unit that measures 8mm. Phone Scoop article

> NASA is helping businesses make use of its satellite data. Engadget article

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