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Jeff Kagan: Google, Facebook Admit Privacy Invasion. What’s Next?

Jeff Kagan: Google, Facebook Admit Privacy Invasion. What’s Next?

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Google Home admitted invading user privacy by listening in on conversations. Facebook was fined $5 billion by FTC for privacy invasion. How will this impact them? How do we protect ourselves?


Jeff Kagan: Sprint Needs Backup Plan If T-Mobile Merger Denied

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

If the merger with T-Mobile is denied, Sprint needs a Plan B. This is what Sprint should be focused on with 5G wireless so they can succeed.


Jeff Kagan: Is 5G Wireless a Health Safety Concern or Not?

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

As 5G wireless continues to roll out across America, safety advocates once again are warning us about health safety concerns. Let's take a closer look at whether there is a real risk with smartphones.


Jeff Kagan: Impact the US Ban Is Having on Huawei Globally

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The U.S. ban on Huawei is having a larger impact on the company than we originally thought. Their forecasted revenue is now down 30 percent and things are just getting started in wireless.


Jeff Kagan: AT&T, Uber Partner on Air-Taxis and Drones

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AT&T and Uber are getting together to work on how LTE, 4G, 5G and AI can improve aerial ride-sharing and cargo drones with Uber Elevate on its new helicopter service called Uber Copter.


Jeff Kagan: What if Amazon Acquires Sprint's Boost Mobile?

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

Speculation is that Amazon is considering acquiring Boost Mobile so Sprint can merge with T-Mobile. This will be good for Sprint, but will it be good for Amazon?


Jeff Kagan: Why Twitter Doesn’t Care About User Experience

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

Why does Twitter not seem to understand how they hurt many users in their effort to improve their service? As users grow to depend on Twitter, they need to pay attention to this growing problem.


Jeff Kagan: Why Qualcomm Antitrust Monopoly Ruling Is Wrong

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Read why court's antitrust ruling against Qualcomm is wrong. With competitors like Huawei, Ericsson and more, they are not a monopoly. Plus, market based solution is always preferable to court ruling.


Jeff Kagan: Why Huawei, ZTE Are a National Security Threat

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

Do Chinese wireless and telecom companies Huawei and ZTE invade privacy and create a national security threat? If so, how and why?


Jeff Kagan: Shame on Apple for Qualcomm Attack

Jeff Kagan | Equities.com |

Why did Apple try to hurt Qualcomm, a key supplier to them and to the entire, world-wide wireless smartphone industry?