Keysight Technologies has begun operating under its own name; Qi wireless charging standard adds ability to charge devices at short distances

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> Though it will remain a wholly owned subsidiary of Agilent Technologies until early November, Keysight Technologies has begun operating under the Keysight name. Release

> Australia's Telstra will shutter its GSM network by the end of 2016. Article

> Wearables need dedicated silicon, interoperability and beauty, according to Rob Chandhok, Qualcomm's senior vice president and president of interactive platforms. Article

> Qi wireless charging standard adds ability to charge devices at short distances. Article

> Internet.org, the brainchild of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, is getting criticized for its business model. Article

And finally… One of Google's mystery barges is reportedly on its way to the scrap heap. Article

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