News of Note—Apple and eSIM reports; Huawei whistleblower and more

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Telit announced that its deviceWISE IoT platform is now fully interoperable with the IBM IoT platform. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Apple might debut an eSIM chip in its next iPhone models. BGR article

> The results of CTIA's Annual Wireless Industry Survey indicated that Americans used 15.7 trillion megabytes of data in 2017, a 14.3% increase compared to 2016 and about four times the amount of data used in 2014. Wireless Week article

> A whistleblowing employee of a Huawei subsidiary is suing for $100 million over claims the Chinese company infiltrated meetings at Facebook HQ in the U.S.—and stole rivals' trade secrets before sending them to China. The Register article

> The FCC appears to have dropped a plan to charge some users to make complaints about billing and other issues. Wired article

> FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr announced a $100 million pilot program for connected health technologies. Release

> ZTE signed a deal with the U.S. government to lift trade restrictions. Reuters article

> National Instruments and Spirent said they will team up for 5G device testing. MWL article

> Telit announced that its deviceWISE IoT platform is now fully interoperable with the IBM IoT platform. Release

> Broadcom said it will acquire CA Technologies for $18.9 billion in cash in a move that broadens its reach into software. ZD Net article

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