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Feds claim Huawei can snoop on mobile networks

US officials say Huawei maintains backdoors into telecom networks across the world, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

The news comes after years of escalating sanctions against the company — including an executive order in May that prohibited US companies from licensing tech to Huawei — but the justifications for those sanctions have remained vague and clouded by secrecy. Now, officials are getting specific, claiming the Chinese hardware manufacturer has maintained backdoors into some of the networks it builds, starting as early as 4G equipment sold in 2009. There’s also no hard evidence of the capability, but the claims are more specific than ever, and now coming from some of the nation’s top national security officials. Source credit from the the verge.com read more

Galaxy s20 to cost as much as foldable phones

The Galaxy S20 prices will range from $999.99 about R14735 for the basic model, with the Ultra starting at $1,399 (R20649) and going up to $1,599 for the version with 512GB of storage. That puts the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which measures 6.9 inches, in the same price range as the newest foldable phones