News of Note—Nokia, Zain Saudi test massive MIMO on 2.6 GHz; Apple reaches settlement with France over back taxes

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Apple might pay a reward to a teenager that discovered the group FaceTime bug. (stevepb/Pixabay)

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> Nokia and Zain Saudi announced a pilot program using Nokia’s AirScale massive MIMO antenna on 2.6 GHz spectrum in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Release

> Apple reached a settlement with authorities in France and agreed to pay $570 million in back taxes. Reuters article

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> Apple might pay a reward to a teenager that discovered the group FaceTime bug. CNBC article

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