News of Note—Sprint’s AI investment, OpenSignal’s $8M, AT&T’s throttling lawsuit and more

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Sprint is investing in AI-powered software that could help call center representatives with customer inquiries. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re following today:

> OpenSignal said it raised $8 million in a Series B round of investment from Octopus Ventures. Blog post

> Best Buy will stop selling products from Huawei. Cnet article

> A federal judge has rekindled a lawsuit targeting AT&T’s throttling of unlimited mobile data plans. Ars Technica article

> Moody's Investors Service issued a rating of Baa2 on Sprint’s spectrum-backed notes totaling $3.9 billion. Moody's post

> The CTIA applauded the inclusion of the Ray Baum’s Act in the Omnibus appropriations bill, which in part authorizes a spectrum auction in November. Release

> Sprint is investing in AI-powered software that could help call center representatives with customer inquiries. Wall Street Journal article

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