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Sources: US lawmakers, citing national security concerns, urge AT&T to cut commercial ties with Huawei and oppose China Mobile's plans to enter the US
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Google and Coursera launch program to train more IT support professionals, written by Googlers and subsidized by Google, available globally for $49/month
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Kaspersky Lab says it's found an Android spying app, likely by Italian vendors, that relies on five exploits to gain root access and can steal WhatsApp messages
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