First, it's National Police Week, and Gabe Esposito shares an update on Police Week in Washington, DC. Second, Verizon's ThingSpace announced a new program and set of services called ThingSpace Ready.
We rundown the news: Nintendo announced the NES Classic is coming back to retail stores this summer, the console will go on sale again across the U.S. on June 29; TiVo’s DVRs are getting Alexa support; Facebook has reportedly found 200 more apps that may have misused your data during their app audit; and, MIT graduates have opened a restaurant where robotic woks do all of the cooking.
Also, a story of two Technicians in Baltimore, Maryland who came to the rescue of a woman in need. And, Verizon participates in the U.S. Army’s training program known as Training With Industry.
- Verizon is proud to support Police Week and the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund
- Verizon announces ThingSpace Ready, a program to help get cellular IoT solutions to market quickly, reliably and cost effectively
- Nintendo’s NES Classic will return to U.S. retail stores on June 29
- TiVo adds Alexa voice control to its DVRs
- Facebook found 200 more apps that may have misused your data
- MIT graduates opened a restaurant where robotic woks do all of the cooking
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