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Ericsson Mobility Report: 5G Subscriptions Top 220 Million

Ericsson has released its Q4 2020 Ericsson Mobility Report, finding a total of 220 million 5G subscriptions worldwide.

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Bitcoin Slumps As One Expert Predicts $100,000 Price

Bitcoin may have shed 20% of its value over the last week, but that isn’t stopping Fundstrat’s Tom Lee from predicting a $100,000 price point.

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FCC Proposes Emergency Broadband Rules to Assist Low-Income Households

FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel has proposed rules to the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBBP) to assist low-income households.

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Firefox Introduces Total Cookie Protection

The latest release of Mozilla’s Firefox includes a significant privacy upgrade, introducing Total Cookie Protection.

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Facebook ‘Refriends’ Australia, Will Allow News On Platform

The spat between Facebook and Australia appears to be mended for the time being, with the two reaching an agreement.

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France May Regulate Early Smartphone Renewals

France is looking to enact legislation that would restrict wireless carriers from using commercial offers to entice users into early upgrades.

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Oracle Gets Boost From Barron’s Coverage of Company’s Cloud Business

Oracle’s stock has seen its best day in nearly a year on positive coverage of its cloud business by Barron’s, although some critics are not impressed.

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T-Mobile Rolling Out Magenta MAX Plan, Unlimited 5G

T-Mobile is upping the ante with its latest Magenta plan, Magenta MAX, featuring unlimited 4G and 5G with no throttling.

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Microsoft Bringing Australian-Style Paid News to the EU

Microsoft is working to help EU publishers get paid for their news, similar to an Australian law that would enforce the same thing.

US Bill Would Allow Small News Publishers to Band Together Against Social Media

A new bill would pave the way for small news publishers to work together to negotiate better deals with tech companies.