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Marguerite Reardon

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Recent articles by Maggie:

British officials expected to green-light Huawei gear for 5G

UK officials are ready to agree to a limited deployment of Huawei gear in Britain's 5G networks, against the urging of the US, according to Reuters. → Read More

Trump's Phase 1 trade deal with China hasn't solved all of tech's issues

China has agreed to stronger intellectual property protections. But tariffs on more than $300 billion worth of goods still remain as do other unresolved trade issues. → Read More

Nervous about Huawei, US senators propose over $1B in 5G subsidies

The US must address "the complex security and competitiveness challenges that Chinese-directed telecommunication companies pose," says one lawmaker. → Read More

DOJ's backing of T-Mobile, Sprint merger challenged by state attorneys general

The attorneys general suing to block the deal say the Department of Justice conducted only a "cursory examination" of the merger. → Read More

The biggest tech issues in the 2020 presidential election

From busting up big tech to protecting consumer privacy, tech issues will likely take center stage on the campaign trail and on Capitol Hill next year. → Read More

Why flawed broadband speed tests have devastating consequences

If government policy is based on flawed data, everyone loses. → Read More

To save net neutrality, Mozilla and others file appeal

The internet company is asking the full DC Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the case upholding the FCC's repeal of Obama-era rules protecting an open internet. → Read More

5G carriers vie for FCC spectrum critical for bringing you next-gen service

The Federal Communications Commission kicks off another auction for spectrum that's a must for next-generation phone service. → Read More

T-Mobile and Sprint head to court: Everything you need to know

Fourteen attorneys general are suing to stop the megamerger. T-Mobile and Sprint say consumers will suffer if it doesn't go through. The trial begins today. → Read More

T-Mobile and Sprint head to court: What you need to know

Fourteen attorneys general are suing to stop the megamerger. T-Mobile and Sprint say consumers will suffer if it doesn't go through. → Read More

House passes bill to stop robocalls

In a political climate when Democrats and Republicans can't agree on anything, the Pallone-Thune TRACED Act to stop illegal robocalls passes 417-3. → Read More

FCC to create $9 billion 5G subsidy program for rural America

The agency will focus on next generation 5G, as it replaces the $4.5 billion Mobility Fund II created to subsidize 4G LTE deployments. → Read More

States make their case to block T-Mobile-Sprint merger

The case to block the $26.5 billion merger goes to court in Manhattan on Dec. 9. → Read More

What Trump's China tariffs means for your Black Friday shopping and beyond

For now, not much. But prices on laptops and phones could go up in 2020 as President Trump prepares to slap more tariffs on Chinese imports. → Read More

What Trump's China tariffs mean for your Black Friday shopping and beyond

For now, not much. But prices on laptops and phones could go up in 2020 as President Trump prepares to slap more tariffs on Chinese imports. → Read More

What Trump's trade war means for your Black Friday shopping and beyond

For now, not much. But prices on laptops and phones could go up in 2020 as President Trump prepares to slap more tariffs on Chinese imports. → Read More

FCC backs tech to let self-driving cars talk to... everything

Chairman Ajit Pai goes against the recommendation of transportation officials and backs Qualcomm's C-V2X technology for 5.9GHz. → Read More

FCC to auction C-band spectrum for 5G

Ajit Pai has killed the satellite industry's hopes of selling critical mid-band spectrum for 5G service in a private sale to carriers. → Read More

WeWork courts T-Mobile's John Legere for CEO spot

The Wall Street Journal reports the troubled office sharing startup is looking to hire T-Mobile's CEO to fill the top spot at its company. → Read More

AT&T and FTC settle 2014 throttling lawsuit for $60 million

The FTC found the wireless carrier misled customers that its unlimited data plan was really unlimited. → Read More