News of Note—Huawei fights back; ZTE monitor appointed and more

news of note
Huawei lashed out against Australia's decision to prevent it from being able to sell 5G products in the country. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Huawei criticized the Australian government for preventing it from being able to sell 5G products in the country. CNBC article

> Roscoe Howard, a former U.S. attorney in Washington, will lead a compliance team designed to help ensure that ZTE does not illegally sell products with American parts to Iran and other sanctioned countries. Reuters article

> TruConnect has acquired FreedomPop’s proprietary ETC acquisition platform. Release

> Google's parent company Alphabet is continuing its push for a presence in China with a new Waymo subsidiary, based in Shanghai. Engadget article

> Prosecutors in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, have recently asked a local judge to force a Louisiana State University student implicated in a fatal hazing case to give up the pass code to his cell phone. Ars Technica article

> Orange Poland is continuing with its 5G strategy most recently by working with network infrastructure vendor Nokia to test out a cloud-based radio access network. RCR Wireless article

> The Galaxy Note 9 is available in stores today—and there’s no disabling of Samsung’s virtual assistant Bixby. The Verge article

> Google Assistant is coming to LG ThinQ TVs in the U.K. and Canada. Engadget article


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