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From quantum FOMO to LoveNuts: a day at RISE 

The promise and trepidation of quantum, a plan to bring PCs to the unwashed and an encounter with a smart adult toy. All in a day at RISE, the 24-hour party conference.

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China's new broadband cable guy 

China's newest operator, the under-sized state-owned cable player, has a hard road to travel.

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What can Huawei become?

The security phobia surrounding Huawei has disguised the inventiveness and resilience of the Chinese firm. Last year it clocked a third of all telecom vendor revenues and despite the slowdown in operator spend it's confident of doubling total B2B sales by the end of the decade.

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ZTE to dump CEO, chairman in wake of Iran sanctions scandal

ZTE is about to dump its senior leadership as part of the settlement with the Department of Commerce over its breach of US sanctions on Iran. That's a win for the US, but would be an even bigger win if China would cop to its failings.

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Mobile industry in denial over roaming 

5G beckons, but the extortionate charges for mobile roaming are a relic of the 2G era and make a mockery of the complaints about 'free-riding' OTT players.

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