Major tech companies want a standard for smart home, Verizon's 5G rollout continues
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Alliance said Wednesday they're forming a working group to develop and promote a new standard for smart home products.
The goal of the group called connected home over IP is to simplify development for manufacturers and increase compatibility for consumers.
Verizon turned on 5G in Hoboken, New Jersey on Wednesday.
Its third new 5G city in three days and its 21st City all together.
[UNKNOWN] rollout follows the same in Los Angeles on Monday and in Des Moines, Iowa on Tuesday.
5G is considered the foundational tech that'll supercharge areas like self driving cars, virtual and augmented reality, and telemedicine services such as remote surgery.
And finally, Tesla has begun to roll out software updates to European vehicles that significantly reduced the capability of its autopilot system in order to meet local regulations surrounding advanced driver assistance systems.
According to a Tuesday report from Electric citing European Tesla owners, the automaker has recently started to push updates to some Model S and Model X owners.
Tesla model three vehicles have already received updates to comply.
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