T-Mobile to begin targeting data hogs; AllSeen Alliance adds new members

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> According to reports of an internal memo from T-Mobile, the carrier plans to begin targeting subscribers on Aug. 17 who are using their unlimited data plans for P2P sharing and file torrenting. Article

> The AllSeen Alliance, which is working to develop standards for the Internet of Things industry, announced that Bosch, Cloud of Things, Revolv and Shaspa have joined the group. Release

> Netgear said it is powering Telstra's new DOCSIS 3.0 AC1900 Cable Data Gateway for the operator's new Telstra Gateway Max. Release

> The new Peel remote allows users to control satellite TV boxes over Wi-Fi. Article

And finally… The latest company to target the Internet of Things space is called Electric Imp. Article

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