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BBC abolishes free TV licences for over-75s


Almost four million UK pensioners will have to pay for a TV licence as of June next year after the government-funded scheme was confirmed to end today.

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GSMA claims banning Chinese vendors will add €55bn to 5G costs


A European ban on telecoms equipment from Chinese vendors would increase the cost of 5G deployments by around €55 billion, according to analysis from the GSMA.

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Comcast found guilty of infringing TiVo patents


The US International Trade Commission has found Comcast guilty of “repeated infringement” of TiVo’s patent licensing.

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Huawei calls on US to reverse cybersecurity motion


Huawei has filed legal action against the US requesting the government to halt its campaign against the Chinese firm claiming there is “no evidence” of a security threat.

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US government “underestimates” Huawei as Google unveils ban


The US has added Huawei to a list of firms American companies cannot trade with unless licenced to do so.

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Google and other tech giants targeted in “regulatory bias”


Calls to break up and dissolve the influence and power Google and other technology giants have “no basis in law” says Google’s Eric Schmidt.

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Euronews funding audited by EU


The European Court of Auditors has raised concerns regarding the European Commission’s €122 million spend on the channel between 2014 and 2018.

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Facebook unveils new livestream rules following New Zealand mosque shooting


Facebook will ban Live users who breach its guidelines under new “one strike” policy

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UK pushes for “robust attack” on BeoutQ


Pirate TV network BeoutQ is under the spotlight after a Committee of UK MPs found more than 100 UK TV channels from the BBC, ITV and C4 were being illegally streamed.