CommsWire - 16 January 2019


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Many Australians seek to change Internet plans after Xmas
Product comparison firm iSelect says it has seen an average increase of about 40% in the number of Australians inquiring about changing their Internet plans after the festive season.

Motorola pays US$445m to acquire Vaas
Global communications giant Motorola Solutions has paid US$445 million to acquire VaaS International Holdings, a data and image analytics company based in Livermore, California and Fort Worth, Texas.

Huawei founder claims no user data will be given to govt
Huawei chief executive and founder Ren Zhengfei says the company will under no circumstances allow the Chinese Government to access customer data.

Trend Micro shows way to hack RF-controlled industrial machines
Researchers at security outfit Trend Micro have built a device they call RFQuack which can be used to take command of industrial machines that are controlled through radio frequency protocols.

German court dismisses Qualcomm patent suit against Apple
A court in Germany has dismissed a patent lawsuit filed by processor maker Qualcomm against Apple, saying that the patent concerned was not violated by its chips being used in iPhones.

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