News of Note—Google’s first Android Thing, Huawei’s focus on academia, ZTE’s profits and more

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Lenovo's new Smart Display is the first device to run Google’s new Android Things IoT platform. Ars Technica article

> Huawei is focusing more on academia with new awards. Total Telecom article

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> ZTE lowered its quarterly profit results due to the U.S. ban on its business. Reuters article

> The Telephone Pioneers of America is auctioning off a number of old telephony equipment. Gizmodo article

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