T-Mobile Vows to Fight FCC Fines for Location Sharing

Federal telecom enforcers told the top U.S. cellphone carriers to pay more than $200 million in penalties for allegedly mishandling sensitive location data, a punishment at least one company vowed to contest.

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Huawei Seeks Advisers for U.S. Image Makeover

Under fire from the Trump administration, China’s Huawei Technologies has approached high-profile figures in Washington to try to turn around negative perceptions of the company. 39

Baidu Warns of Revenue Drop, Signaling Trouble for China’s Private Sector

Chinese search-engine giant Baidu warned its first-quarter revenue could drop 5% to 13% as the coronavirus epidemic wallops many of the sectors that fuel its bread-and-butter advertising business.

Personal Technology: Review

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra Has a 100X Zoom Camera. So We Tested It With a Private Eye.

The $1,400 Galaxy S20 Ultra goes on sale March 6 with a camera with unprecedented zoom. We got a private eye to help us test it. 22

SoftBank Vision Fund Chief Worked to Sabotage Rivals

The man atop the world’s biggest tech fund paid for a campaign that included negative news stories, a concocted shareholder campaign and a sexual trap, people familiar with the matter say. A Misra spokesman said he didn’t orchestrate the effort. 67

The Captain Class

The Mystery of What Drives Bob Iger

Before this week, he had seemed congenitally unable to quit. Was it the neurochemical pleasure of the pursuit?

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