The European Commission fined chipmaker Qualcomm €242 million for luring Chinese phone makers with low prices, forcing a British rival out of the market.
The Chinese company is viewed as a copycat and national-security threat. But it took more than low prices to create the largest maker of telecom gear.
The FCC proposes to auction a portion of spectrum reserved decades ago for educational uses. Some education advocates aren’t happy.
IEEE, an engineering organization that publishes several scientific journals, has banned Huawei employees from prepublication peer reviews.
The US joins China, the European Union, and South Korea, in ruling that Qualcomm violated laws in how it licenses its smartphone chips.
Ajit Pai said he’s satisfied with the companies’ promises to build a 5G network and spin off a subsidiary brand. The Justice Department still has doubts.