News of Note—Researchers expose 5G security gaps; Nokia intros new FWA products

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Nokia is introducing new Fixed Wireless Access products. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Some security issues and gaps in the 5G communication standard have been exposed by Swiss researchers from the Information Security Group. Tech You n Me article

> Nokia is introducing new Fixed Wireless Access products to help operators accelerate ultra-broadband deployments and deliver more bandwidth. Release

> Apple is buying part of European chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor in an effort to bring more of its silicon design in-house. The Verge article

> Google said it will appeal the European Union’s $5 billion fine related to the company’s Android practices. The Hill article

> The FCC released an interactive map showing where broadband subsidies are available through its Connect America Fund program. Multichannel News article

> The Razer Phone 2 features new upgrades for gamers. Engadget article

> Pundi X in India announced a blockchain-based operating system and communication protocol for mobile devices, “allowing users to make calls, send messages and transmit data via a fully decentralized blockchain network.” Release

> Nokia-branded phones could return to Verizon. PhoneArena article

> Altice France (SFR Group) achieved downlink speeds of 2.3 Gbps in a live demonstration of 5G at the operator’s new headquarters in Paris. RCR Wireless News article

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