News of Note—Qualcomm co-founder takes stand in patent trial; TIA, IoT Community strike pact and more

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The TIA and the Internet of Things Community announced an agreement to accelerate the digital transformation of the IoT. (Pixabay)

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> Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs testified about the early years of Qualcomm as the company presented its case in a San Jose, California, courtroom. EE Times article

> The TIA and the Internet of Things Community announced an agreement to accelerate the digital transformation of the IoT and further the development of smart buildings. Release

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> Apple CEO Tim Cook has called on the U.S. government to introduce new tools to help users control the online data collected about their lives. The Verge article

> A security researcher with antivirus maker ESET has discovered a collection of 19 Android apps that pose as GPS applications but which don't do anything but show ads on top of the legitimate Google Maps service. ZDNet article

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