White hat hackers will try to break into a satellite
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August DEFCON hacker convention project 

White-hat hackers at the DEFCON hacker convention will compete to try and breach the computer systems on a satellite in orbit.

EU still funding Huawei projects
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Things are not as they appear

While the US is happy that the EU seemed to purge its 5G projects of Huawei gear, the Financial Times, has found that the Commission has been seeing the Chinese phone maker behind Biden’s back.

Barracuda Networks calls for junking some of its hardware
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Software patch will not fix zero day

Barracuda Networks suggests that its users remove and decommission a line of affected hardware as the only way to fix a zero-day bug.

Mitsubishi creates power amp for 4G, 5G and Beyond
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Frequency range of 3,400MHz

Mitsubishi has developed what is believed to be the world’s first gallium nitride (GaN) power amplifier that achieves a frequency range of 3,400MHz using a single power amplifier.

Pentagon pays Starlink for Ukraine service
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Musk will not be allowed to order Ukraine to surrender

The Pentagon has announced that it will purchase Starlink satellite internet terminals from SpaceX to provide communication capabilities to Ukraine as it defends itself against a full-scale Russian invasion.