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Huawei's elusive founder tries to dispel spying concerns, and air of mystery

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei gave a rare interview on Thursday

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FreedomPop launches $5 unlimited Wi-Fi service, plans Wi-Fi phone

The plan can supplement cellular service from FreedomPop or other mobile operators.

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Republican net neutrality proposal falls short, critics say

A draft bill from Republicans would limit the FCC's ability to act on future net neutrality violations, witnesses tell lawmakers

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Calls for ISPs to filter content could be illegal, EU council documents suggest

This is the first time there is official recognition of the possible illegality of blocking measures, civil rights group EDRi said

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Don't blame sharks for Asian Internet problems, experts say

Online rumors attribute problems with the Asia America Gateway cable to sharks

Obama promises to promote net neutrality, broadband

Obama also called for a new package of cybersecurity legislation in his State of the Union speech.

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Google, Fidelity invest $1 billion in Elon Musk's SpaceX

Google and Fidelity now jointly own just under 10 percent of SpaceX

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Inmarsat hopes app developers will help expand use of satellite broadband

Developers will able to take advantage of new high-speed satellites

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Cisco building switch ports to feed faster Wi-Fi

With a standard still far off, the company is rolling out switches with 2.5-Gigabit and 5-Gigabit options

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UK regulators end fraud probe into HP's Autonomy acquisition

A U.S. investigation into the sale of Autonomy to HP is ongoing

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One Network initiative creates cheaper calls in East Africa

Safaricom is implementinf the initiative with other operators

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Republican net neutrality bill allows 'reasonable' network management

The draft legislation would prohibit the FCC from reclassifying broadband and take away the agency's rulemaking authority.

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Sprint now says it's OK with broadband reclassification

The company will continue to invest in its network if the FCC passes Title II net neutrality regulations