News of Note—Samsung’s 5G modem, Verizon’s content play, Turkey’s iPhone ban and more

news of note

Here are some of the stories we’re following today:

> Samsung introduced its new Exynos 5100 modem, which the company said is the first 5G modem to fully adhere to the 3GPP’s 5G standard. The Verge article

> Verizon’s CEO said the company doesn’t plan to sell its Oath business, but also doesn’t have plans to purchase additional content. CBNC article


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> Hi3G in Denmark selected Ericsson to modernize its transport network with 5G-ready routers. Release

> Amid an ongoing dispute with the U.S., Turkey’s president threatened to ban Apple products there. Mobile World Live article

> Panasonic, Ford and Qualcomm showed off a real-world application of C-V2X technology. Release

> T-Mobile hired a pair of lobbyists from Hogan Lovells to aid it in its efforts to get regulator support for its proposed purchase of Sprint. Politico article


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