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Business
Google faces EU antitrust probe into Fitbit deal if no concessions

Google faces EU antitrust probe into Fitbit deal if no concessions

  • The US tech giant could allay such worries by offering a binding pledge along the lines of its promise last year not to use Fitbit's health and wellness data for Google ads.
  • The deal allows Google to take on Apple and Samsung in the fitness trackers and smart watches market.
Published Jul 09, 2020 08:02pm
Business

Vodafone and BT need five years minimum to remove Huawei

  • Andrea Dona, head of networks Vodafone UK, told a committee of lawmakers the operator needed to have a "sensible time scale" of several years to implement any further Huawei restrictions.
  • Rival BT told the same committee it needed a minimum of five years, and ideally seven, to remove Huawei from its network.
Published Jul 09, 2020 06:01pm