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Huawei’s consumer-business CEO just accused competitors, and the U.S. government, of using cybersecurity as a political guise to slow Huawei’s growth. Says they’re worried about its success. He declined to say whether Huawei would shift focus away from the U.S. market.
Huawei introduces a new laptop with a camera that pops up from the keyboard. It says it's for better privacy.
Huawei is basically banned from U.S. phone carriers, but a Microsoft exec is onstage at Huawei's event to discuss collaborating on translation software for Huawei's new laptop.
At telecom industry's big annual conference, Nokia CEO says the U.S. needs to be more aggressive about 5G, and says China (as well as South Korea and Japan) are far ahead. This is what the National Security Council warned about via its nationalized 5G network idea.
Seems like the main benefit of 5G in the next year or two is not having to deal with the cable guy. A hockey puck-sized beacon could replace a wire you plug into the wall.  https://twitter.com/drewfitzgerald/status/967425801011507200 
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