News of Note—Apple's Qualcomm talks, FCC to review network resiliency, Ericsson tests 5G-driven trucks and more

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Here are the stories we're chasing today: 

> Apple and Qualcomm are not holding settlement talks over their patent licensing disagreement, according to one report. Reuters article

> Sierra Wireless announced a CBRS module. Release


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> The FCC plans to review how wireless network operators respond to natural disasters. Engadget article

> According to analysts attending a Nokia event, T-Mobile's Neville Ray said that the operator's VoLTE service has a better dropped call rate than T-Mobile's old circuit-switched service. Chris Nicoll tweet

> RapidSOS raised $30 million in a series B round of funding. FinSMEs article

> Ericsson, Telia and the companies' partners showed off self-driving trucks using 5G. Release

> Shentel, one of the nation's largest regional wireless network operators offering service under the Sprint brand, reported a gain in postpaid customers. Seeking Alpha article


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