News of Note—Verizon posts 1.2M net adds in Q4; Huawei cooperating with Japanese authorities and more

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Verizon Wireless posted 1.2 million retail postpaid net additions in fourth-quarter 2018. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Verizon Wireless posted 1.2 million retail postpaid net additions in fourth-quarter 2018. Release

> Huawei is cooperating with the Japanese government and bolstering purchases of parts in Japan to ease concerns that its products could be used in espionage or cyberattacks by the Chinese government. RCR News article

> Charter Communications reportedly is in talks with Amazon-owned Ring, as well as Arlo and Nest, as the cable operator moves forward with plans to create, integrate and launch a new smart home/security offering. Light Reading article

> Intel and Warner Bros. demoed a Batman entertainment experience aimed at passengers in a concept for a self-driving car. Venture Beat article

> Verizon is providing a shot in the arm to BlackBerry Mobile's quest to return to relevancy in the smartphone world. CNET article

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