News highlights – 18 September 2017

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News highlights for 18 September 2017

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Nvidia shares hit record high on AI focus

(Reuters) – Shares of Nvidia Corp touched a record high for the second straight day on Monday following yet another steep increase in the chipmaker’s price target by a Wall Street analyst. Read more…

Sprint follows AT&T with iPhone trade-in deal

(Reuters) – Sprint Corp said on Monday it will offer Apple Inc’s new iPhone 8 for free with a qualifying phone trade-in, following AT&T Inc’s buy one, get one free promotion on Friday for DirecTV and U-verse TV customers. Read more…

Facebook and Deutsche Telekom lead mmWave TIP initiative

The Telecom Infra Project (TIP) has launched the Millimeter Wave Networks Project Group, co-chaired by Deutsche Telekom and Facebook, to address the growing demand for mmWave bandwidth in dense, highly-populated cities. Read more…

Nokia Bell Labs leads 5G vertical initiative

An industry group led by Nokia Bell Labs has established a collaboration project called WIVE (WIreless for VErticals) that aims to help businesses in vertical industries take advantage of 5G and other advanced wireless technologies. Read more…

It’s all about the data – Intel teams with Waymo on computer design

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Intel Corp on Monday announced a collaboration with Alphabet’s Waymo self-driving unit, saying it had worked with the company during the design of its computer platform to allow autonomous cars to process information in real time. Read more…

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