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Huawei’s fight against Samsung and Apple is about to get even fiercer. The Chinese tech giant wants to more than triple its consumer electronics sales to $150 billion in four years, according to an internal speech last week by its founder.
As Huawei’s other big business of selling infrastructure for wireless networks world-wide is under attack from the U.S. government, ...
The cable industry’s biggest lobbying group fired a shot across the hood of the auto industry last month. It urged the Federal Communications Commission to strip a large swath of airwaves from auto makers—who are supposed to use them to make car travel safer—and instead use the spectrum to relieve the growing congestion on beleaguered Wi-Fi networks.
As U.S. companies grow more concerned about efforts by Chinese firms to obtain their intellectual property, all eyes are on Huawei Technologies, which the U.S. government recently accused of stealing trade secrets. New reporting by The Information sheds light on Huawei’s tactics, which often have been aimed at one of the company’s chief competitors, Apple.
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A proposal by four satellite operators to sell wireless spectrum critical for new 5G technologies has run into opposition from Google and cable companies such as Charter Communications. The opponents complain the plan would let the satellite firms sell the spectrum privately, thereby allowing them to shape the competitive landscape for next generation wireless services.
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