News of Note—Qualcomm vs. Apple, FEMA’s emergency alert test, Trump’s tariffs and more

News of note

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Qualcomm and Apple are starting a new trial Tuesday over whether Apple’s iPhones should be banned over patent infringement charges. Reuters article

> As Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolinas, new figures show that most cell sites in that location continue to operate. Inside Towers article

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> FEMA said a nationwide test of Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) and the Emergency Alert System (EAS) is now scheduled for Oct. 3. NBC News article

> The Apple Watch is among a number of gadgets that won’t be affected by the Trump administration’s tariffs against Chinese imports. Business Standard article

> OpenSignal announced a new product targeting mobile video. OpenSignal blog post


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