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Eurobites: Vodafone Faces Legal Challenge Over 4G Emergency Calls Patent

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Telefónica Deutschland's revenues rise but losses widen in Q2; Bango expands its OTT partnerships; dearth of sexy stuff in dragon movie.

Light Reading Hall of Fame 2019

We've added four names to the Hall of Fame this year. Find out who they are...

Leading Lights 2019 Finalists: Most Innovative Blockchain for Telecoms Strategy

Colt, Filament, Mobileum and Synchronoss Technologies all submitted standout entries for most innovative blockchain for telecoms strategy in this year's Leading Lights contest.

AT&T Promotes Its 3 Pillars for Business 5G

Mobile 5G, edge computing and fixed wireless are the special sauce for business 5G right now, according to AT&T.

Eurobites: Now Germany Gets the Huawei Heebie-Jeebies

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OTE sells stake in Telekom Albania; Orange cuts ribbon on Guiana-Martinique link; WorldRemit sets up shop in South Africa.

Eurobites: O2 Launches Massive MIMO Trials in London

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone tracks drones; TIM's spin-off puts 20,000 jobs at risk, says trade union official; Orange and MTN join forces on mobile money.

Netsurion's SD-WAN Plays to MSPs

Managed service provider developed its own combined connectivity-security solution that it's selling direct and to other MSPs.

MWCA 2018: Ericsson Booth Tour

Ericsson's Keith Shank gives us a quick tour of the vendor's sprawling stand at Mobile World Congress Americas, including a look at new medical device applications, city infrastructure and a holographic 'phone' call.

Eurobites: M&A Rumor Links ADVA With ECI

Also in today's regional roundup: Gigabit broadband battle in Poland; Russians mull non-domestic Internet company tax; Dutch payment venfor on the tear; IBM's coffee drone.

The World of Disney: StudioLAB Innovation, Cisco Collaboration & 5G Anticipation

With technology partners and an eye toward 5G networks, the StudioLAB is helping Disney-owned content studios solve technical production problems and reach consumers in novel ways.

Netflix Is Growing, but Don't Ask by How Much

Netflix missed its subscriber forecast, which spooked investors, but the company's execs insist that nothing about the business has really changed.

AT&T Buys AppNexus, Charts Ad Strategy

Smarter advertising will leverage the telecom giant's content and wireless operators to 're-invent' how ads are done, says exec.

Leading Lights: Only Days Left to Enter!

Never mind the days, there are only HOURS remaining before the door closes on this year's Leading Lights awards deadline...

Is Paid Prioritization the New Privacy?

Internet users have grown used to being tracked online, but will they ever accept the fact that some applications need special treatment by ISPs?

Who Puts Mobile Biz at Risk? It's You & Me

Verizon's first-ever Mobile Security Index shows global professionals managing mobile devices for businesses fear their employees the most.

AT&T Sharpens Edge With New Open Source Effort, Test Lab Launch

Company announces new group within Linux Foundation and launches its edge computing test zone in Palo Alto.

Eurobites: Telia Takes Its Packet Core to the Cloud With Nokia

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sigfox confirms what LR knew; TIM re-starts talks over Canal+ JV; Italy's Enter offers SD-WAN services.

#MobileOnly Movement Targets FCC's Broadband Plans

Grassroots effort trying to combat proposed changes in definition of broadband to include slower cellular data service.

Cryptocurrency Startup Courts Telcos, Launches ICO

Telcoin is hoping to raise funds from an initial coin offering as it seeks telco partners that will use its cryptocurrency as part of their mobile money services.

Facebook's TIP Expands Its Influence, Except in the US

The Telecom Infra Project is moving into areas such as AI and network slicing, as founder Facebook pushes universal connectivity.

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