News of Note—Google’s Android fine, Samsung’s foldable phone, Sprint’s new fee and more

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> Google’s top executive argued against a massive fine levied by the European Commission because of the company’s practice of tying Android to its internet services. Post

> Google’s newest undersea cable will connect Virginia with France. Engadget article

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> Samsung will reportedly launch a foldable phone next year. WSJ article

> Startup Light said it raised $121 million from the likes of SoftBank and Leica for its camera technology, which the company said will be available on a smartphone sometime this year. VentureBeat article

> According to a new detailed report, there a number of security holes in the SIM card market. Motherboard article

> Sprint has reportedly increased its administration fee. Engadget article

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