News of Note—AT&T's IoT portal takes 'Wing' with Nokia, ZTE CEO offers mea culpa to employees, Broadcom delivers in second quarter

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T&T has partnered with Nokia to put its IoT portal on Nokia's "Wing" project. (Pixabay)

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> In an effort to spur the IoT market forward, AT&T has partnered with Nokia to put its IoT portal on Nokia's "Wing" project.  Computer Business Review article

> Today ZTE Chairman Yin Yimin offered up an apology to the company's employees for all of the turmoil related to the recently lifted sanctions that were put in place by the United States government. Reuters article

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> After relocating from Singapore to Delaware, Broadcom reported solid second-quarter results. ZDNet article

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