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  1. FILE PHOTO - A sign for a T-Mobile store is seen in Manhattan, New York

    Ericsson inks US$3.5 billion 5G deal with T-Mobile US

    Mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson said on Tuesday it had signed a US$3.5 billion multi-year deal to support T-Mobile US' 5G network deployment, ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: A worker attends to a customer at an MTN shop at mall in Johannesburg

    Africa is not ready for super fast 5G network - MTN's CEO

    Africa is not ready for next-generation 5G network but would likely be ready to embrace the super-fast technology in about five years from now, ...
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    Suspected French Islamist militants detained in Syria - source

  4. FILE PHOTO: Deutsche Telekom logo is seen during preparations at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover

    Deutsche Telekom buys Austrian cable unit from Liberty Global

    Deutsche Telekom is buying Austrian cable provider UPC from Liberty Global for 1.9 billion euros (US$2.25 billion) including debt as it adds ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: Chicago Police Superintendent Johnson speaks about body cameras in Chicago

    Chicago police say Facebook 'secret groups' traffic in guns and drugs

    Chicago Police arrested 50 people for using "secret groups" on Facebook to sell guns and drugs, the police said on Thursday, and they criticized ...
  6. Logo of Universal Music Group is seen at a building in Zurich

    Facebook, Universal Music strike multi-year licensing deal

    Facebook Inc and Universal Music Group signed a first of its kind agreement to license Universal Music's recorded music and to publish catalogues ...
  7. Annual shareholders meeting of Innogy SE in Essen

    Innogy's CEO leaves group days after profit warning

    German energy company Innogy said on Tuesday its chief executive Peter Terium was leaving the company immediately, just days after the company ...
  8. John Skipper, former President of ESPN, INC, and co-chairman, Disney Media Networks addresses the m

    ESPN President John Skipper resigns to deal with substance addiction

    Walt Disney Co's John Skipper on Monday resigned from his role as ESPN president and co-chairman of the Disney Media Networks, citing substance ...
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    T-Mobile unveils plans for US pay TV service

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    Hackers hit US, Russian banks in ATM robbery scam-report

    A previously undetected group of Russian-language hackers silently stole nearly US$10 million from at least 18 mostly U.S. and Russian banks in ...