Take a Network Break! A trio of standards bodies remove and then reinstate Huawei from their memberships, China’s military will reportedly dump the Windows OS and develop a home-grown alternative, and Mellanox introduces new telemetry capabilities called What Just Happened?
Google plans to make ad blockers less effective on Chrome–except for paid enterprise versions, Equifax gets downgraded by the Moody’s credit ratings agency, Marvell sells its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth business and picks up an ASIC designer.
Palo Alto spends hundreds of millions on a pair of acquisitions, and reports its quarterly financials. Last but not least, a pair of U.S. Energy Department officials rebrand LNG as “freedom gas.”
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Huawei was reinstated in the SD Association (Updated) – Android Authority
HUAWEI Nano Memory Card – HUAWEI UK
What Just Happened – Mellanox
Manifest V3: Web Request Changes – Google
Palo Alto Networks Reports Fiscal Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results – Palo Alto Networks
Department of Energy Authorizes Additional LNG Exports from Freeport LNG – Department Of Energy