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The winner in the war on Huawei is Samsung

No such thing as bad publicity! Huawei ban raises brand profile Huawei says it is aiming to be biggest smartphone brand by 2020. Read more: https://zd.net/2vaXxJ0 The past week of off-again, on-again support from Google to Huawei concerning Android, combined with the potential killer blow of Arm joining the party ...

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Telstra launches new Plus rewards program

Telstra ditching Thanks scheme for Plus rewards store Details are scant for the new program, and business customers need not apply. Telstra formally launched its new rewards program, Telstra Plus, on Tuesday as part of its Telstra2022 strategy. The new program is the successor to the telco’s now-discontinued Telstra Thanks ...

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Trump: Huawei block could be solved in China trade deal

No such thing as bad publicity! Huawei ban raises brand profile Huawei says it is aiming to be biggest smartphone brand by 2020. Read more: https://zd.net/2vaXxJ0 Paranoia will destroy us Why Chinese tech isn’t spying on Americans The notion that the Chinese government would spy on corporations and our agencies ...

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How Juniper is moving to an open-source mindset

Juniper and Ericsson partner to enable the first element of 5G connectivity Sally Bament, vice president of service provider marketing at Juniper Networks, explains how 5G applications will create new network demand. Last year, a few months after Juniper Networks moved OpenContrail under the auspices of the Linux Foundation, it ...

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What is Wi-Fi 6 and why you’re going to want it

Why all the 6G wireless talk before we even have 5G? TechRepublic’s Karen Roby talks with ZDNet’s Scott Fulton about the future of 6G, the current status of 5G, and breaks down the difference between the two. Read more: https://zd.net/2JBhSji I have, let me see, seven Wi-Fi enabled devices currently ...

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Telstra releases HTC 5G Hub online

(Image: Telstra) Telstra has released its HTC 5G Hub for online ordering, laying claim to being Australia’s first telco to have a 5G device. Special feature How 5G Will Transform Business 5G will be popularized via telecom carriers and the marketing of wire-cutting services, but the biggest impact and returns ...

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ACCC starts breaking out Vodafone NBN customer connections

(Image: ACCC) The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has provided some insight into what technologies customers on Vodafone are using to connect to the National Broadband Network. The latest Wholesale Market Indicators Report to the end of March shows Vodafone has just under 17,000 fibre-to-the-premises customers, 2,650 on fibre-to-the-basement, ...

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Cisco slightly beats Q3 expectations

Cisco: DNS attacks will undermine trust in the internet Sophisticated hacking group taps wide set of vulnerabilities as part of their global hacking spree. Cisco published its third quarter financial report on Wednesday, slightly beatig market expectations. The company posted a non-GAAP earnings of 78 cents per share on revenue ...

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ARIN recovers 735,000 fraudulently obtained IPv4 addresses

Cisco: DNS attacks will undermine trust in the internet Sophisticated hacking group taps wide set of vulnerabilities as part of their global hacking spree. After some legal wrangling, the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) has reclaimed over 735,000 scarce IPv4 addresses that were fraudulently obtained by a businessman who ...

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