News of Note—ZTE's stock plunges more than 40%, AT&T's win will lead to more deals and more

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Now that AT&T has gotten a judge's stamp of approval to buy Time Warner, it looks like a good climate for Verizon and Comcast to pursue their own media content deals. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> ZTE's stock dropped more than 40% Wednesday after its shares resumed trading following the lifting of U.S. sanctions last week. CNN Money article

> Now that AT&T has gotten a judge's stamp of approval to buy Time Warner, it looks like a good climate for Verizon and Comcast to pursue their own media content deals. Reuters article

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> The ETSI Experiential Networked Intelligence Industry Specification Group has released its first five specifications on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Release

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