News of Note—Deutsche Telekom brings 5G trial to Darmstadt, Germany; Apple narrows potential damages Qualcomm can seek in patent dispute trial

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Deutsche Telekom installed a group of 5G antennas in Darmstadt, Germany, expanding its 5G-antenna test fields beyond Berlin and Hamburg. Release

> Apple convinced a federal judge to narrow the potential damages Qualcomm can seek in a patent infringement case that will start next month. Bloomberg article

> T-Mobile named upstate New York as the second location of five new customer care centers that it plans to open if its merger with Sprint is approved. Release

> Apple SVP Angela Ahrendts, one of the company’s splashiest hires five years ago, plans to leave the company in Apple. Release

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