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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, February 16

Hackers robbing banks blind ... US establishing rules on drones ... Xiaomi still on top in China... and more tech news

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GeoPoll, Control Union tap mobile tech to bring African farmers into supply chain

Surveys will monitor compliance with global food safety practices

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Corporate IT: Beware the dating apps on your users' phones

Common vulnerabilities could be putting your company's data up for grabs

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Wi-Fi backers warn about unlicensed LTE while Ericsson claims speed boost

The Wi-Fi Alliance plans collaboration to make sure Wi-Fi users don't get squeezed out

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Verizon, T-Mobile and SK Telecom hit 450-Mbit speeds over LTE

The three operators took part in tests during which speeds up to 450Mbps were reached, but there's a small catch.

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Microsoft and Samsung make up in patent contract dispute

Samsung had allegedly threatened not to pay the royalties, claiming Microsoft's deal with Nokia violated an agreement

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As Wi-Fi calls come to smartphones, networks get ready to carry them

Software features from Ruckus Wireless are designed to help access points better handle voice calls

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West Africa lags in mobile money usage

Mobile phone penetration rates remain relatively low

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Sidecar doubles down on delivery service

Sidecar said it would be expanding its delivery service to other parts of the country.

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, February 9

In-car wireless adds up to hacking, privacy problems ... ARM buys IoT security firm ... Alibaba funds phone maker ... and more news

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Are carriers trying to steal Wi-Fi's spectrum? Not exactly

LTE will soon tap into unlicensed spectrum, but not without safeguards

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Uber, Lyft face licensing regulations in Massachusetts

Governor Charlie Baker will develop regulations for ride-hailng companies in the next six months

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BT strikes deal to buy UK mobile operator EE for $19B

The deal reflects continued consolidation in the U.K. mobile services market