Ericsson CEO preaches new way of thinking; AT&T transfers Watson technology to Interactions

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Telefonica Argentina selected Amdocs to manage a range of its business support systems (BSS) applications. Release

> Ericsson's CEO is preaching "a new way of thinking." Article

> Del Marth LLC launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds for a new Bluetooth tracking device called StoneTether that operates with a range of 500 feet. Story

> Allot Communications appointed Shmuel Arvatz as the company's new CFO. Release

> Telecommunications network operator 24 Seven Communications has developed a service that allows mobile users to jump between networks in the UK while searching for the strongest signal from a group of operators. Release

> AT&T agreed to transfer ownership of its Watson speech technology and research program to Interactions Corporation. Release

> Samsung Electronics has acquired Proximal Data, a San Diego-based pioneer of server-side caching software with I/O intelligence that works within virtualized systems. Release

And finally… Google's self-driving car prototype is "almost entirely controlled" by an app. Article

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