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Boris Johnson is facing a possible rebellion over his decision to allow China’s Huawei to build part of Britain’s 5G infrastructure. Senior Tories are examining whether they could try to force a Commons vote on tightening restrictions on Huawei or reduce the cap on its market share further from 35% in the coming years. The …

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2020– In 2018, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) announced a new workplace safety initiative designed to provide emergency communications and location-based services for employees in the hospitality industry. Backed by major hotels – including Marriott International, InterContinental, Hilton, and Hyatt – the 5-Star Promise has committed to providing panic …

It may not please large segments of the Conservative party, but Boris Johnson’s Huawei decision is a realistic attempt to carve a compromise between legitimate security concerns about the Chinese company and the need for a fast and affordable rollout of 5G networks in the UK. The decision to designate Huawei a “high risk” vendor …

(Photo by Pool DEMANGE/DI SILVESTRO/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images) Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 — Amazon is reportedly developing hand-scanning technology. The Wall Street Journal reported this past week that Amazon.com Inc. is developing point …

Although Comcast has offered eye-control technology nationwide to customers with disabilities for seven months, the cable giant hadn’t promoted the feature in Colorado Springs until a demonstration Thursday. Colorado Springs gets grants to provide free soccer for some kids The cable giant showed clients from The Independence Center, a Springs-based nonprofit that provides information, resources …

New York City’s council has voted to ban cashless businesses, in what politicians said was an effort to rein in “the excesses of the digital economy” and stop discrimination against low-income residents. The city council on Thursday almost unanimously passed legislation, which will fine retail outlets, including stores and restaurants, if they refuse to accept …

Speaker company Sonos will cut off its most loyal customers from future software updates entirely unless they replace their old equipment for newer models, it has announced. The policy is unusual even within the novelty-obsessed technology industry, for the scope of the impact: customers who have a range of Sonos products, including the Connect, Bridge …

ROCKLAND, Maine — A Bangor-based subcontractor has filed a lawsuit against another contractor and the Mid-Coast School of Technology to recover payment for electrical work the company says it performed during the school’s recent overhaul. General contractor Sheridan Corp. and the Mid-Coast School of Technology allegedly owe ELCO Electric $152,753 for materials and labor, including …

Market Needs Critical to Health Care Survival Mike Coonrod, sbjLive producer Donald Babb, CEO and executive director of Citizens Memorial Hospital, says marketplace demands are critical to maintaining a health care system. Babb says the community became more involved as the hospital grew. Careful planning and listening to customer input has enabled their growth. Duration: …