News of Note—Ericsson’s Fujitsu deal; Samsung’s 5G phone; AT&T’s donation and more

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AT&T said it will donate $250,000 for press freedom. (Pixabay)

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> According to a new report, 5G could change tomorrow's cars. CNET article

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> Ericsson announced a new partnership with Fujitsu on 5G. MWL article

> TIM, Ericsson and the Municipality of Turin demonstrated a car remote controlled with 5G. Release

> AT&T said it will donate $250,000 for press freedom. CPJ article

> Samsung is preparing a 5G-capable smartphone and a foldable-screen device. Bloomberg article

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