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Ericsson software glitch hits mobile services in Britain and Japan
(December 06 21:43) Reuters.com Business
Ericsson said it was working with mobile companies in Britain and Japan to restore full service to millions of customers hit by outages caused by a software glitch in the Swedish company's equipment.
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China detains former Canadian diplomat as Huawei CFO returns to court
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