News of Note—Qualcomm’s 5G work in China, Olympics roaming, Nintendo’s shuttered app and more

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> New York joined Montana in working to require ISPs to follow the FCC’s now-repealed net neutrality guidelines. Verge article

> Nintendo said it will discontinue its mobile app Miitomo two years after launching it. CNET article

> Verizon said it acquired Movildata Internacional, a Spanish provider of commercial fleet management solutions. Release

> Qualcomm and a handful of Chinese manufacturers announced the new “5G Pioneer” initiative. Release

> Nokia said it launched a MulteFire-capable small cell. Release

> Verizon and T-Mobile said they would offer free roaming to customers who attend the Winter Olympics in South Korea. PhoneScoop article

> Outgoing HP chief executive Meg Whitman has been pegged to lead NewTV, a mobile media firm from DreamWorks’ Jeffrey Katzenberg. Reuters article


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