News of Note—AT&T, intoPIX, Synamedia and The Verge

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> AT&T filed a trademark application for something called "Verge TV," but tech publication The Verge already holds that trademark. The Verge article

> IntoPIX is introducing the JPEG XS standard with preliminary demonstration of the TICO-XS FPGA and ASIC IP-cores, as well as CPU and GPU SDKs during CES 2019. Release

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> Synamedia will bring its newest solutions to CES 2019, illustrating how pay TV providers can migrate to the cloud. Release

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