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A US court halted Chinese phone maker Xiaomi’s inclusion on a list of firms subject to an investment ban imposed during former President Trump’s term.

Chinese companies affected by a sweeping investment ban imposed by former US President Donald Trump are reportedly considering suing the US government after a federal judge suspended a similar blacklisting for Beijing-based smartphone maker Xiaomi.

Lawyers familiar with the matter told the Reuters news agency that some of the banned Chinese companies are in talks with law firms, including Steptoe & Johnson and Hogan Lovells, emboldened by US District Judge Rudolph Contreras’ preliminary order on

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Finnish counterpart Sanna Marin on Tuesday announced a digital partnership in information and communications technology, future mobile technologies and digital education at a virtual summit.


The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said the two leaders also announced a sustainability partnership involving renewable and clean energy, circular economy and sustainable mobility.



In the summit, Modi and Marin reaffirmed their strong commitment to multilateralism, a rules based international order and to work towards sustainable development goals and combating climate change, it said.


The two

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Huawei Technologies Co. will begin charging mobile giants likeApple Inc. a “reasonable” fee for access to its trove of wireless 5G patents, potentially creating a lucrative revenue source by showcasing its global lead in next-generation networking.

The owner of the world’s largest portfolio of 5G patents will negotiate rates and potential cross-licensing with the iPhone maker andSamsung Electronics Co., Chief Legal Officer Song Liuping said. It aims to getpaid despite U.S. efforts to block its network gear and shut it out of the supply chain, but promised to charge lower rates than rivals likeQualcomm Inc.,

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A North Yorkshire-based software firm has been sold to a US telecoms platform provider.

Mobile network technology firm SiRRAN, whose UK operations are based in Easingwold, near York, has been acquired by US telecom software infrastructure and data services business NetNumber Inc.

The transaction also involves the sale of SiRRAN assets in Ireland, along with those of an associated company in Liechtenstein, TD Mobile, and comes 11 years after the business was founded in North Yorkshire and Ireland by cellular networking experts Dean Parsons and Alan Lait.

A team from Bevan Brittan led by Leeds-based corporate partner Christian Hunt advised

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There have been many instances when we lose our phones, sometimes just in our homes when we can’t remember where we last kept them, and unfortunately sometimes they get stolen or misplaced while we are out. In the former instance, it is easy to find our Android phones using the Find My Phone feature on our paired smartwatch, or just asking someone else to ring it. But if it is lost outside of our homes, then we need a bit of extra help. Fortunately, there is an easy way to remotely find and locate your Android phone, lock it, and

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue University technology to assist nonverbal children on the autism spectrum is helping families around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced schools and clinics to rely more on remote options.

The award-winning SPEAKall! application functions as a smart device communication board and language learning platform that teaches students to associate words and images.

In the application, students choose digital cards and move them to the speech bar, then the application reads the sequence aloud word by word. Hearing how the words sound can encourages the autistic learner to make an attempt at saying

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