Huawei lays off US research workers
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Thanks to the warlord Duck Donald

Huawei will be laying off hundreds of US workers soon, in a move which would seem deeply ironic to those who watch the cable show Warrior.

Supercomputing nanosatellites launched
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Select high-quality data and immediately transfer it to Earth

ESA Partnership Projects mission has launched two tiny supercomputing nanosatellites aboard a Soyuz rocket from Vostochny in Russia.

Swedish Ericsson builds 5G factory in US
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Using instructions that few Americans will understand

The network telephone gear maker from the land which bought you flat-pack furniture and meatballs is planning to build a 5G factory in the US sometime early next year.

Huawei rules 5G
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25 June 2019

Huawei rules 5G


Which explains why telcos want it

The telecom industry’s first 5G RAN competitive analysis published by GlobalData has found that Huawei rules the roost.

Huawei demands a billion from Verizon
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You are using 230 of our patents while your government is trying our patience

Huawei has told Verizon Communications Inc that the US carrier should pay licensing fees for more than 230 of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker’s patents and in aggregate is seeking more than $1 billion.