News highlights – 6 September 2017

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News highlights for 6 September 2017

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T-Mobile to offer free Netflix with unlimited family plan

(Reuters) – T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday it will offer a free subscription to video streaming service Netflix Inc with its unlimited data family plans in a push to lure more subscribers. Read more…

Top European court allows review of Intel’s antitrust appeal

LUXEMBOURG/BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Europe’s top judges dealt a rare blow to European Union antitrust regulators on Wednesday by sending their case against U.S. chipmaker Intel Corp <INTC.O> back to court for an appeal. Read more…

Coming soon, cheaper, easier quantum computers

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Researchers in Australia have found a new way to build quantum computers which they say would make them dramatically easier and cheaper to produce at scale. Read more…

GSMA reckons operators looking at revenues of $1.8 trillion from the IoT by 2026

London: The GSMA today announced that mobile network operators are set to benefit from an estimated US$1.8 trillion Internet of Things (IoT) revenue opportunity by 2026 boosted by the early deployment of commercial Low Power Wide Area Networks. Read more…

World’s largest drone maker removes suspect code, hunts for more

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Chinese manufacturer SZ DJI Technology Co Ltd, the world’s largest civilian drone maker, said on Wednesday it was hunting for security flaws in its flight-control software after coders found its apps could be “hot patched” to circumvent scrutiny by Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc. Read more…

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