Plano’s Tinno USA Launches New Smartphone for ‘Value Seekers’

Tinno USA—the Plano-based subsidiary of Chinese smartphone manufacturer Tinno Mobile Technology— announced the launch of its WIKO VOIX smartphone across the U.S., initially at T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile stores. Targeting "value seekers" who still want smart phone features, the company's chief product officer calls the VOIX "a sleek smartphone with a great look and feel at a price point that makes sense for everyone."
Out of Stealth, Dallas ‘Smart Computing’ Platform Joins Highly Selective 5G Open Innovation Lab—and Wins a Global Competition
by | Sep 23, 2020
Taubyte wants to make edge computing easier: "There are still too many Ops, and that doesn't scale in a 5G world," founder Samy Fodil says. That’s why the bootstrapped startup has developed a "NoOps" computing platform to help businesses adopt IoT and infrastructure software.

In joining the 5G Open Innovation Lab founded by T-Mobile, Intel, and NASA, the startup hopes to become the de facto computing platform for IoT.
Telecom Central: As 5G Rolls Out, North Texas Telecom Giants Continue to Expand
by | Dec 12, 2019
DFW long has hosted some of the biggest names in telecom, and that means as investment spending rises, area players increasingly play leading roles in how the future of wireless unfolds.
Big Four Mobile Carriers to Unveil ‘ZenKey’ Tech to Rid Us of Passwords
by | Oct 2, 2019
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are collaborating on ZenKey, a new way to verify and authenticate who's using your mobile device.