News of Note—Altice, AT&T, CenturyLink, Sprint, T-Mobile, more

News of note

> Altice USA said it will now offer Nest products in its home automation and security portfolio. Press release

> AT&T and CenturyLink have not reported that any of their broadband customers have been affected by the KRACK (or Key Reinstallation Attack) Wi-Fi vulnerability that was recently discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef. FierceTelecom story

> Nikkei Asian review was among the first to report that Sprint parent SoftBank plans to end talks with T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom, “dashing the Japanese technology giant’s hopes of reshaping the American wireless business.” FierceWireless story

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