News of Note—Rohde & Schwarz, China Mobile, MediaTek in 5G prototype trial; Garmin’s LTE watch and more

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:  

> Test and measurement specialist Rohde & Schwarz, China Mobile and MediaTek successfully carried out a technical trial of a 5G prototype terminal. Release

> Garmin is finally announcing its first LTE watch: a currently Verizon-exclusive upgrade to the Vivoactive 3 Music, a variant of the Vivoactive 3. VentureBeat article

> Ericsson filed its second contempt petition against Reliance Communications’ Chairman Anil Ambani, asking that he be detained in civil prison and be barred from travel overseas unless he ensures payment owed to the Swedish company. The Economic Times article

> Arlo, the smart home company behind numerous security cameras and a doorbell, has announced its ambitious 2019 plans that include a new home security system, a smattering of HomeKit support, and compatibility with Zigbee and Z-Wave networks. The Verge article

> America Net will be tasked with expanding the current Wi-Fi network for the city of  São Paulo from 120 spots to 619 locations such as cultural centers and libraries. ZDNet article

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