News of Note—CBRS support heads to Pixel 3; Apple pulls iPhones from Germany and more

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Apple pulled the iPhone 7 and 8 from its German website. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today: 

> An FCC addendum made public Thursday shows that the Pixel 3 will support LTE Band 48 (CBRS) via a software update. XDA article

> Apple has pulled the iPhone 7 and 8 from its German website and stores after a ruling in the District Court of Munich. The Verge article

> Huawei Technologies Co. demoted and cut the pay of two employees held responsible for a New Year’s greeting tweeted from Huawei’s official account—with an iPhone. Bloomberg article

> Google’s Verily announced that it’s secured $1 billion in financing led by Silver Lake, with participation from Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and “other global investment management firms.” Venture Beat article

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