Huawei looks to UK after US snub
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The US number one spying chum has no problem

While the US claims that Huawei is a spy for the Chinese government, it seems that the UK, which does a lot of US spy work, has no problem working with the company.

Telecom Italia shifts fixed line assets
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Keeping the French out of the backbone

Telecom Italia plans to confer all of its fixed line network assets into a separate company which will be fully controlled by the group.

Killing net neutrality has solved US competition problems
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FCC claims the big telcos are now competing

Desperate to prove that killing net neutrality was not designed to make telcos richer at the expense of the rest of the US, the FCC has gone into full spin mode.

Nokia and Qualcomm have successful 5G test
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3.5Ghz and 28Ghz spectrum compliant

Nokia and Qualcomm have completed interoperability testing in the 3.5Ghz and 28Ghz spectrum compliant with the global 3GPP 5G NR Release 15 standard using the commercially available Nokia AirScale base station and device prototypes from Qualcomm Technologies.

Q1 2018 set to be the best GPU quarter ever
Published in Graphics

Crypto demand

We shouldn't  be surprised, but  GPU sales have skyrocketed over the last few quarters. Our colleagues from the press have criticized AMD for Radeon Vega, but AMD sold every single one. Once the market sucked all Radeons, it went for Geforce GTX 1060, 1070, 1080 so pretty much anything that can mine well.

HTC's U12 flagship smartphone smiles for camera
Published in Mobiles

With big 6-inch screen

While it might skip the unveil at the MWC 2018 show which kicks off later this month, HTC's U12 has been spotted at a separate 5G event in Taiwan.

Global semiconductor sales increase 26 percent
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$412.2 billion in sales

The global semiconductor industry posted sales totalling $412.2 billion in 2017, according to the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA).

Former Intel woman guns for Chipzilla with ARM chips
Published in Processors

James targets Intel's data centre market

Intel has been doing well thanks to its datacentre market, but that could vanish if the company's former president has anything to do with it.

Intel makes sensible AR glasses
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They just laser your eyeballs

Chipzilla has created a pair of experimental smartglasses which are sensible.

Samsung signs chip deal with the Chinese
Published in Processors

Might create a DRAM unit in China

China’s state planner and South Korea’s Samsung have signed a memorandum of understanding for further cooperation on semiconductors.