AT&T partners with NUY's Ability Lab; Vodafone Czech Republic tests aggregation of 3 LTE bands

Wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Hewlett-Packard filed paperwork giving details on its two new companies, HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

> AT&T is partnering with NYU's Ability Lab to celebrate the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act and help develop new technology for those with disabilities. New York Daily News article

> A teardown of the Apple Watch reveals European chips. EE Times article

> Jibe Mobile announced a partnership with France's SFR to offer native RCS devices providing applications via the cloud. RCR Wireless News article

> Following the introduction of LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) technology in 2014, Vodafone Czech Republic is testing aggregation of three LTE bands and reached a maximum download speed of 350 Mbps. Telecompaper article (sub. req.)

> Microsoft's WiFi Sense poses manageable security risks. eWeek article

> Cuba has opened 35 Wi-Fi access points across the country, offering Cubans online access in a country where, until now, the Internet has been restricted to an elite few. International Business Times article

And finally… People in the U.S. streamed nearly twice as much music during the first half of 2015 than they did during the same period a year ago, while digital song sales dropped just over 10 percent, according to Billboard's report on the latest Nielsen stats. The Verge article