Vodafone to bring 5G to 650 sites Australia-wide – Telco/ISP- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Vodafone will still build a standalone 5G network with an initial 650 sites in seven Australian cities and regions, a proposition it says will be considerably strengthened once its $15 billion merger with TPG is finalised.
Immediately after the Federal Court ruled the Vodafone-TPG merger could proceed, Vodafone unveiled plans and cell location maps for its 5G network, which will use Nokia equipment.
“The initial rollout plan [is for] 5G sites… in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and the Gold Coast,” Vodafone said in a statement.
“There are more than 650 sites being planned right now, with sites progressively going live from mid-2020. 
“Our current plan is to have several thousand 5G sites in our network and our rollout plans will include more and more 5G sites each year in these areas.”
The company published its initial 5G maps here.
Speaking after the court ruling, Vodafone CEO Iñaki Berroeta said the combined Vodafone-TPG entity would create “a stronger player in the market with the ability to enter quickly 5G”.
“All the plans that we have thought about – everything that we want to do on 5G and the things that we can do with the fibre and spectrum of TPG … becomes now something that is more of a reality,” Berroeta said.
“[But] we will obviously not do anything jointly until this thing is fully clear and we are able to combine both companies together.
“We do have standalone 5G plans and these are the plans that we’re working on. We have significant investment projected for this year on that but obviously, as a merged company, the ability [to do 5G] is even higher.
“I think that we are going to go very quickly now into a 5G rollout. We are confident that we can not only catch up but even surprise our competitors if we are able to get it over and just do our work.”
Berroeta confirmed the standalone 5G investment would come entirely from VHA. 
In addition to TPG’s dark fibre and mobile spectrum holdings, Berroeta also said that TPG’s small cell infrastructure was another exciting prospect to be added to a combined mobile network.
“There are several hundred small cells across metropolitan Australia that will provide significant benefit in terms of capacity,” he said.
“That is also a relatively inexpensive exercise to integrate this infrastructure and we will be doing that as soon as we can.”
Berroeta said that 5G would initially be deployed to areas of Australia with the highest demand for mobile broadband services.
While the plan is to commercially launch in mid-2020, “we will have customers being able to test 5G in certain areas before that,” Berroeta said.
A combined Vodafone-TPG entity would also need to consider how it positioned 4G and 5G services to the market.
However, Berroeta indicated that he did not see an ability to charge a premium for 5G services, a model that rival Telstra has indicated it intends to use.
“I started in this industry back in ‘95. At that time, we were very happy that we were launching GSM, which was called 2G, and everyone was saying that every new technology is going to be a premium,” he said.
“I haven’t seen that ever. Mobile communications and mobile infrastructure is an extremely competitive market. 
“Regardless of the intentions that different people in the market say, I think that what 5G gives us is the opportunity to deliver more to customers in a more efficient way. I see it very difficult that this turns into a premium. 
“5G does allow for additional services and additional sources of revenue and this is an area where I think that the growth of 5G comes much more than charging the higher monthly access fee.”
Berroeta also addressed the mobile competition question upon which  the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC’s) continued opposition to the Vodafone-TPG merger is based.
The ACCC opposed the merger because it believed – and still believes – that Vodafone and TPG have the resources to run separate mobile networks, and that four operators in the market would be better than three.
This was refuted by Justice Middleton, who argued that the quality of competitors was more important than the number.
Berroeta added to that that it was not a given that even a standalone Vodafone could have built a 5G network that could rival that of Telstra or Optus.
“In the real world, when it’s a matter of having people that can deliver a similar level of service or competing level of service, a future with only two 5G players doesn’t look good,” he said.
“I think that now we have a confirmation that there will be three as-strong 5G players and that ultimately means more choice for customers.
“That is good for our customers because they will be having 5G earlier than it would be as standalone, but also it’s good because a lot of Telstra customers and Optus, we will welcome them when they come to our company.”

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Fiat Chrysler partners with self-driving car startup AutoX to bring a robo-taxi service to China by Q3 2020 – Blog – 10 minute

In brief: As the novel coronavirus continues to spread throughout China, some foreign companies are limiting their operations in the country. Even many Chinese businesses closed down temporarily in response to the virus. However, not every company is slowing down its operations in the Asian country. Fiat Chrysler has just revealed plans to roll out a robot taxi service in China later this year.
That’s a surprisingly quick timeline given the regulatory hurdles that will come with such an ambitious move, but Fiat Chrysler won’t be going it alone. The Detroit automaker will have some local expertise thanks to their new partnership with Chinese self-driving vehicle startup AutoX.
AutoX was started back in 2016 by Jianxiong Xiao, and his team is composed of engineers from top universities like MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and UC Berkeley. AutoX’s claim to fame is its “game-changing” autonomous vehicle technology, which combines real-time camera vision, sensors, AI software, and “multi-sensory inputs” to help vehicles drive safely and efficiently. It sounds like pretty standard stuff for this industry, but perhaps AutoX has a few unique tricks up its sleeve.

AutoX’s goal will be to “enable” Fiat Chrysler by implementing its “AutoX AI Driver” technology into its partner’s Pacifica minivans (the same vehicles Waymo uses for its own robo-taxi service). These minivans, which will be called “AutoX Pacifica RoboTaxis,” will hit the streets of Shenzhen and Shanghai, carting citizens around for a fee.
The vehicles have been tested in the US already, but China’s major cities will present plenty of new challenges for AutoX’s AI to overcome. Nonetheless, the company seems confident that it (and Fiat Chrysler) can deploy the first RoboTaxis as early as the first half of 2020.

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‘Bring It’: Uber Eats and Guz Khan serve up some motivation in first ads from Mother- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Uber Eats has launched a UK-wide integrated brand campaign starring comedian Guz Khan, a charismatic courier who delivers the goods alongside a side dish of unprompted positivity.
The first brand campaign to be undertaken for the food delivery platform by Mother London, it will debut on TV screens before running across OOH, social media and digital.
Within the campaign, Khan immortalises the ‘Bring It’ philosophy by imparting his own brand of wisdom on his pickup and delivery rounds, making sure that customers know that they are bringing it in their way too.
In a statement, Uber Eats explained: “Everybody in life is bringing it, one way or another. Whether you’re working hard, finding time to hang with pals, or just doing some washing, you’re all definitely bringing it. Follow this guy round the UK as he delivers food and vibes, as well as some compliments about how amazing you all are.”
The humorous approach is used as a hook to showcase the range of restaurant partners on the platform.
Previous Uber Eats campaigns have focussed on ‘man of delivery’ Randy Watkins.

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A day in the life of a techie who is aimed to bring next gen innovation in hospitality- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

By Prashantha Shet
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Hospitality is a domain that’s always looking for the next innovation. As the industry expands, consolidates and newer concepts of hospitality are defined, the technology is always at the forefront of it. Fresh ideas and mechanisms for monetization, customer experience, booking, distribution, social networking, customer feedback and the overall flow are continuously being experimented with and productized.
A key area of hospitality is where all the fulfilment happens – the hotel property itself. No matter how good your booking experience is or how your pricing policy is, the ultimate touch point with customers is the property itself – the very room they stay, the location, the ambience, the cleanliness, the food, spa, convenience and so on. Therefore, the Property Management System (PMS) plays a very critical role in making sure each property owner delivers the best possible experience to the guests and at the same time making sure that the property owner gets best out of the property.
PMS is a very exciting space. There’s a lot of innovation happening here and a lot of possibilities. Switching to this domain was no-brainer for me, after working for many leading technology companies in the industry for over 23 years, across the globe. It’s very rewarding to think about the impact that we can have in making every hotel stay out there, a memorable one.
Data is the kingAs part of my role as Senior Director of Engineering, I lead two PMS product lines. In my group, we rely quite heavily on data – be it understanding and troubleshooting of the applications, understanding employee motivation, deciding winners of various Code-A-thons or while doing an annual performance review.
We’re privileged to a lot of data – customer data, property data, transactions, sales, bookings, accounting, cash flow, revenue and so on. We constantly use this data to contribute back to where it came from – improve the experience of guests and hoteliers. Integrity, Security and Privacy are integral part of this process. Some of the areas this data helps us are:

Make our services better for our direct customers – hoteliers. Give them a complete picture of the property, what they can monetize better, what are additional opportunities, competition and so on
Make our products very intuitive and enjoyable to our customers’ customers – i.e, the hotel guests. Context driven suggestions by learning from the customer actions, market trends, past inferences and so on
Offer a highly scalable and reliable platform. Using historic and contextual data we can predict the occupancy and help hoteliers to be prepared
Optimize the business process for our customers. Simplify the overall property management and let them focus on what they do best
Improve our technologies, ensure we give up-to-date financial information to our customers
Offer insights that our customers can use
Enable our support teams to help and solve our customers’ issues.

PossibilitiesThe hospitality industry is continuously harnessing latest technologies – like IoT, Spoken Chatbots/Agents, Cloud, Mobile/Wearables, VR, AI & ML and so on. Non-technology innovation happens in the aspects of different business models, growth-hacking, property types/models, experience bundles and so on.
Technology is going to change the way we stay and experience hotels. There will be an emphasis on pre-stay and post-stay experience, as well. There will be a focus on what customers want than what hoteliers can sell. There will be higher emphasis on personalization – to understand the traveler better and have the right product at the right time with the right experience. All this will need capturing and processing lots of data and draw right insights & inferences.
The teamWe’re a global team. We’ve team members spread across the globe working round the clock. Our customers are global too, serving millions of travelers away from home. Our customers need our support to make sure their customers feel at home, away from home. To achieve this, we maintain an ‘Always On’ work culture. That doesn’t mean each one of us keep on working 24×7, but we leverage our global presence. Communication is the key for us to make all this happen.
Our teams use Analytics both strategically and tactically, in our products and work environment. Some of our product features directly use analytics to help our customers to be on top of their game. For instance, a simple feature like recommending rates for a hotel room for a given booking on a given day, will involve quite a lot of analytics behind the scene. We’ll look at the historical data of the property where the booking is happening and the user who’s making the booking plus a lot of contextual data like weather, season, the inventory type, competition, local information and demand, global trends and so on. We ensure that the data is at the fingertips of our customers, when their customers are eagerly waiting to check-in at the front desk of the hotel. This ensures a win-win situation for both hoteliers and the travelers.
While troubleshooting some complex defects, we use historical logs and analyze the patterns to narrow down specific scenarios when the defect occurs. It’s not so uncommon for us to come across needle-in-haystack type issues and analysis of historic logs really helps in understanding the patterns and finally narrow down to exact scenarios.
(The author is the Senior Director, Software Engineering, Sabre)

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Google is working to bring Valve’s Steam to Chromebooks – Blog – 10 minute

The big picture: Chromebooks aren’t known for being power punchers in the hardware department but that is expected to change, especially as AMD-powered Chromebooks trickle down into the market. The inability to run the latest games could end up being the effort’s biggest shortcoming but maybe enough casual / older games would be compatible to look past that?
Valve’s popular Steam digital distribution platform is coming to Chromebooks.
As part of a wide-ranging interview during CES, Kan Liu, director of product management for Google’s Chrome OS, told Android Police that the Chrome team is working to bring Steam to Chromebooks. Liu stopped short of providing a timeline for the project but did confirm that it would be enabled by Chrome OS’s Linux compatibility.
The executive reportedly implied, but didn’t directly confirm, that Google was working in tandem with Valve on the effort.

Such a partnership seems like it could be a good fit. Valve is reportedly motivated by the fact that Steam could be the first official gaming storefront on the platform. Steam is also facing increased competition from companies like Microsoft and Epic on Windows meaning now might be the right time to explore other avenues.
Liu told Android Police that gaming is the single most popular category of downloads on the Play Store for Chromebook users.
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Automation provides competitive advantage to retailers to bring customers back in stores- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

As automation technology continues to mature, it is becoming increasingly a point of competitive advantage, with consumers responding positively to the improved convenience that it can deliver. However, in order to capitalize on this trend, retailers will need to prioritize automation that creates positive consumer experiences rather than as a cost saving exercise, according to new research from the Capgemini Research Institute.
The report, “Smart Stores – Rebooting the retail store through in-store automation,” which surveyed over 5,000 consumers and 500 retail executives1 across North America, Europe and Asia, found that a majority (59%) of consumers who have previously visited stores with automation said they would be willing to shift their in-store purchases from a retailer without automation technologies, to one that offers them, rising to 67% for 22-36 year-olds. Most consumers believe automation can help to solve pain points they experience in-store including long checkout queues (66%), difficulty in locating products (60%), and products being out of stock (56%).
Maturing automation provides competitive advantageAutomation has an important role to play in bringing customers previously reliant on e-commerce back into stores as well. 46% of customers who had a positive experience with in-store automation said they would be willing to shift some of their online purchases from digitally focused retailers (retailers that mostly operate through websites/apps and with minimal stores) to stores that offer automation technology. That number rises to 55% for urban consumers, 58% for millennials1, and sharply increases for shoppers in India (79%) and China (85%). On average, customers considering moving from online to in-store purchases would shift 20-25% of their purchases as a result of the improvements that automation could bring.
Automation could also boost overall sales numbers for retailers. 60% percent of consumers overall are willing to purchase more online from retailers who accept returns of online orders in-store using automation technologies, and consumers expect they would purchase 22% more if this were the case. Retailers also reported an 11% increase in sales in stores with automation compared to stores with no/low automation.
“Automation is an important part of how we respond to changing customer needs,” said Kristian Bjørseth, Head of Payments and IDs at Coop Norway. “Previously, our stores closed at 11pm and couldn’t serve people returning home late at night, often looking for something quick to eat. So, we introduced Coop Key, an app that allows consumers to enter an unstaffed store after hours, and self-serve entirely. We’re now seeing substantial revenues between 11pm and midnight, and improved numbers for high-margin products such as frozen pizzas. Security and age-verification are ensured by biometrics in the app that identify every individual customer.”
Customers want retailers to link automation to sustainabilityRetailers and their customers alike see the need to link automation to the sustainability agenda. Three quarters (75%) of retailers think automation can help them offer more sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions. This reflects a growing consumer desire to shop with retailers that can demonstrate green credentials. Consumers surveyed said they would prefer to shop with retailers who use automation to reduce food waste (69%), reduce consumables such as printed receipts (63%), improve energy efficiency (58%), and provide sustainability information regarding products (52%).
Retailers must understand local trendsAs retailers scale up their use of automation (nearly 21% of stores are currently automated across areas such as in-store navigation and order fulfilment, but this is expected to increase to 36% by 2022), the report highlights that they need to be rigorous about understanding customer needs and concerns locally.
While most consumers think automation has the potential to address their pain points in-store, there are both positive and negative nuances at a country level which the sector needs to accommodate in order to succeed. For example, 43% of consumers said they feel like an “unpaid sales assistant” when using a self-checkout, this number rose to 61% for respondents in India.
The research also found that retailers underestimate customer concerns and are often misaligned with their priorities. While overall 59% of customers said they would avoid a store if it was using facial recognition to identify them (specifically 53% in the UK, 60% in the US and the Netherlands, 66% in Germany and 67% India) just 23% of retailers thought this would be the case. These contrasts were most significant in France, where just 4% of retailers believed customers would avoid a store using facial recognition yet 62% of consumers said they would avoid these stores.
There are also differences in the importance that retailers’ regard automation by retail subsector. For example nearly half of grocery and apparel retailers (47% and 45%, respectively) said their leadership considers automation a strategic imperative, compared to just 21% of electronics retailers, and to an overall average of 40%.
Tim Bridges, Global Head of Consumer Goods and Retail at Capgemini notes, “Automation provides a huge opportunity for retailers to gain back some of the ground they’ve lost to digital-native competitors and protect the market share they currently have through better efficiency, more convenience, and better sustainability. Making the right investment choice and acknowledging the need for a range of deployments across different functions could unlock significant potential across both operational and customer-facing department. Even in our technology-centric world it’s rare to find one investment opportunity with such wide-reaching potential.”

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Chinese audiences are pining for simpler times: PepsiCo CNY ‘Bring Happiness Home’- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

As we enter the Year of the Rat, advertising creatives across Asia offer their favourite Chinese New Year campaigns from over the years as we celebrate the best work from the festive period and hear their views on what is best in class.
I’m not really the target audience for Chinese New Year commercials, so the heart-string-tugging family fare doesn’t tend to move me. The spot that grabbed me at the time and has stayed with me is Monkey King Family for PepsiCo, directed by Civilization’s Andrew Lok. It’s just a fascinating intersection of modern Chinese culture, pop culture, history and mythology.
First up, it taught me something. I like that from a commercial. I knew how significant a myth Journey to The West is in Chinese culture, exemplified by the slew of Monkey King movies each year, and I was dimly aware of the TV series in the 1980s, but I had no idea how huge it was or culturally significant it remains.
I was also unaware of the tradition of actors making entire careers playing the Monkey King. Zhang Jinlai (aka the ‘6th Little Master’) is the fourth generation of his family to portray the character. The storytelling in the journey from the Qing Dynasty through the Zhang family’s appearances in grassroots village performance, theatre, film and into TV, is on point and engaging. I enjoyed the staging and cinematography, and the slo-mo cutaways to the boy training in the warehouse work really well.
It’s also a great cultural insight into what moves modern Chinese audiences, beyond the more obvious sentimental family stories. Nostalgia can be a powerful tool for filmmakers and advertisers, nowhere more than in China, where the massive and rapid change over the past 40 years makes people pine for simpler times. This piece really nails it, without becoming sickly or overly sentimental.
Above all, it’s six-minutes long and a commercial – yet I actually wanted to watch it, as did more than 800 million Chinese viewers. That’s quite an achievement. Pepsi must have been pinching themselves to be able to align with such a hugely culturally significant icon at all, let alone in a spot that earned so many hits.
Chris Colman, executive producer, Final Frontier
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Samsung, Microsoft bring enterprise-grade rugged smartphone- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Joining hands together, Samsung and Microsoft have brought an enterprise-grade rugged, mid-range $499 phone for first-line workers like flight attendants, construction workers or nurses. Named “Galaxy XCover Pro” is the South Korean major’s stab at making an enterprise-edition smartphone, much in the same way last year’s Tab Active Pro filled that niche in a tablet.
It marks a joint venture with Microsoft, using the company’s recently announced Walkie Talkie function in Microsoft Teams (a text and video chat platform integrated with Microsoft’s suite of Office tools) to “enable frontline workers” and “deliver new mobile-enabled business solutions”, Gizomodo reported.
Talking about the specifications, the phone is meant to be very rugged but without the usual bulk that comes with that. It has an IP68 rating, Military Standard 810 certification and the promise that it will survive a drop from 1.5 metre (4.9 feet) without a case, it should definitely be able to withstand quite a bit of abuse.
As Samsung stressed during our briefing, the phone is meant for all-day use in the field, with a 4,050 mAh replaceable battery (yes, you read that right, you can replace the battery just like on phones from a few years ago), according to TechCrunch.
The phone will feature 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space, but you can extend that up to 512GB thanks to the built-in microSD slot.

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Voyage raises $31 million to bring driverless taxis to communities – gpgmail


Voyage, the autonomous vehicle startup that spun out of Udacity, announced Thursday it has raised $31 million in a round led by Franklin Templeton.

Khosla Ventures, Jaguar Land Rover’s InMotion Ventures and Chevron Technology Ventures also participated in the round. The company, which operates a ride-hailing service in retirement communities using self-driving cars supported by human safety drivers, has raised a total of $52 million since launching in 2017. The new funding includes a $3 million convertible note.

Voyage CEO Oliver Cameron has big plans for the fresh injection of capital, including hiring and expanding its fleet of self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans, which always have a human safety driver behind the wheel.

Ultimately, the expanded G2 fleet and staff are just the means toward Cameron’s grander mission to turn Voyage into a truly driverless and profitable ride-hailing company.

“It’s not just about solving self-driving technology,” Cameron told gpgmail in a recent interview, explaining that a cost-effective vehicle designed to be driverless is the essential piece required to make this a profitable business.

The company is in the midst of a hiring campaign that Cameron hopes will take its 55-person staff to more than 150 over the next year. Voyage has had some success attracting high-profile people to fill executive-level positions, including CTO Drew Gray, who previously worked at Uber ATG, Otto, Cruise and Tesla, as well as former NIO and Tesla employee Davide Bacchet as director of autonomy.

Funds will also be used to increase its fleet of second-generation self-driving cars (called G2) that are currently being used in a 4,000-resident retirement community in San Jose, Calif., as well as The Villages, a 40-square-mile, 125,000-resident retirement city in Florida. Voyage’s G2 fleet has 12 vehicles. Cameron didn’t provide details on how many vehicles it will add to its G2 fleet, only describing it as a “nice jump that will allow us to serve consumers.”

Voyage used the G2 vehicles to create a template of sorts for its eventual driverless vehicle. This driverless product — a term Cameron has used in a previous post on Medium — will initially be limited to 25 miles per hour, which is the driving speed within the two retirement communities in which Voyage currently tests and operates. The vehicle might operate at a low speed, but they are capable of handling complex traffic interactions, he wrote.

“It won’t be the most cost-effective vehicle ever made because the industry still is in its infancy, but it will be a huge, huge, huge improvement over our G2 vehicle in terms of being be able to scale out a commercial service and make money on each ride,” Cameron said. 

Voyage initially used modified Ford Fusion vehicles to test its autonomous vehicle technology, then introduced in July 2018 Chrysler Pacifica minivans, its second generation of autonomous vehicles. But the end goal has always been a driverless product.

gpgmail previously reported that the company has partnered with an automaker to provide this next-generation vehicle that has been designed specifically for autonomous driving. Cameron wouldn’t name the automaker. The vehicle will be electric and it won’t be a retrofit like the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid vehicles Voyage currently uses or its first-generation vehicle, a Ford Fusion.

Most importantly, and a detail Cameron did share with gpgmail, is that the vehicle it uses for its driverless service will have redundancies and safety-critical applications built into it.

Voyage also has deals in place with Enterprise rental cars and Intact insurance company to help it scale.

“You can imagine leasing is much more optimal than purchasing and owning vehicles on your balance sheet,” Cameron said. “We have those deals in place that will allow us to not only get the vehicle costs down, but other aspects of the vehicle into the right place as well.”


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Tile teams up with Google to bring its lost item finding technology to Google Assistant – gpgmail


As rumors about Apple’s plans to launch a Tile competitor swirl, Tile today announced it’s teaming up with Google to make it easier for users to locate their lost items using their Android devices and Google Assistant. For the uninitiated, Tile is a small hardware accessory that you can attach to items like keys, purses, bags, wallets, and more, which can then be tracked using a combination of Bluetooth technology and the wider network of Tile users running the companion app on their phone.

The newly announced Google Assistant integration will make it possible for Android users to use voice commands to ring the Tile attached to the missing item. This is supported by way of Tile’s “direct ring” technology, which allows the platform to directly connect with then ring the lost item.

The Google Assistant integration will be similar to using any other smart home Action through the Assistant, Tile says, and will launch later this year.

“This is big news for Tile customers,” said CJ Prober, CEO of Tile, in a statement. “If you were to lose or misplace your wallet, remote, backpack – anything, Google will soon join your personal search party with a simple voice command.”

Tile’s announcement of Google Assistant integration comes at an interesting time.

Apple, which is hosting its iPhone event next week, has been found to be developing its own Tile competitor. Recently, code referencing a new tab labeled “Items” in iOS 13’s “Find My” app was also discovered, hinting at a forthcoming launch.

It’s unclear, of course, when Apple plans to actually unveil this hardware. But Tile, apparently, is looking to get ahead of any such announcement with its news for Android users.

Tile has grown to become one of the top makers of Bluetooth-powered lost item trackers on the market, with 22 million sold in 2018 and a user base that’s locating over 5 million items daily using its platform across 230 countries and territories around the world.

The company has since expanded beyond its consumer devices to provide location tracking to more products by way of partnerships with BLE chipmakers and other manufacturers.

As of today, that list also includes Sennheiser, which launched its new Momentum Wireless around-ear headphones (339 EUR) at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin today. The headphones will ship with Tile’s Community Fine technology built-in, so users can locate them if they become misplaced, lost or stolen.

Tile now has over 20 partnerships with the addition of Sennheiser, the company says.


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