'Fog computing' would replace cloud computing; Google, others applaud FCC plan for 600 MHz unlicensed spectrum

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> "Fog computing" would store Internet of Things data on the things themselves rather than in the cloud. Article

> AT&T is working on a programmable SDN controller. Article

> The Find Me 911 Coalition said an "overwhelming majority" of commenters support the FCC's  proposal for indoor location accuracy requirements. Release

> Intrado claims it made the first production delivery of interoperable text-to-911 service. Release

> AT&T is an early member of Juniper Networks' advisory board for OpenContrail, its OpenStack networking platform. Blog post

> Google and others applauded the FCC's plan for 600 MHz unlicensed spectrum. Article

And finally… Big Brother alert: Even if you lock down all privacy settings on your smartphone, its accelerometer's unique data "fingerprint" can still identify you. Article

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