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Mobile Minutes: End of Wi-Fi; IBM data atom; Siri's languages; Uber does damage control

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Source: Bloomberg

A world without Wi-Fi looks possible as unlimited plans rise
The Wi-Fi icon -- a dot with radio waves radiating outward -- glows on nearly every internet-connected device, from the iPhone to thermostats to TVs. But it’s starting to fade from the limelight.
Read more at Bloomberg

IBM somehow crammed data into a single atom
The research breakthrough isn't yet practical, but it's the direction the industry is headed. Imagine storing 26 million songs in your smartwatch.
Read more at CNET

Apple's Siri learns Shanghainese as voice assistants race to cover languages
With the broad release of Google Assistant last week, the voice-assistant wars are in full swing, with Apple Inc (AAPL.O), Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) and now Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google all offering electronic assistants to take your commands.
Read more at Reuters

Uber seeks to prevent use of Greyball to thwart regulators
SAN FRANCISCO — The ride-hailing service Uber said on Wednesday that it would prohibit employees from using a program called Greyball to thwart regulators.
Read more at New York Times

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