Ericsson agreed to sell its IoT Accelerator and Connected Vehicle Cloud businesses to Aeris Communications.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) confirmed it will expand chip production in the US.
The European Council adopted its common position on the proposed legislation regarding the framework for a European digital identity (eID).
The US operator AT&T agreed to pay the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) $6.3 million.
Apple stepped up a transfer of some production out of China.
A US court ordered a lawsuit against Google over allegations of illegally monopolizing the app distribution market for Android devices that could proceed as a class action case.
Siemens is launching an academy for continuing education that will focus on technical up- and reskilling.
Google decided to continue the fight against a €4.1 billion fine levied by the European Commission for alleged market dominance of its Android operating system.
Prosecutors told a judge to dismiss charges against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of founder Ren Zhengfei.
Open Fiber and its partners let the deadline on an agreement to merge fixed assets with Telecom Italia expire.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) will boost the planned capacity and produce more advanced chips at a $12 billion facility scheduled to open in the US in 2024.
Qualcomm and Siemens Smart Infrastructure are working together to reimagine building automation by applying a 5G private network (PN), based on the Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System in the Americas.
Amazon announced that this Thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend was its biggest ever.
The European Commission adopted the European Drone Strategy 2.0.
Nokia announced the opening of a new research and development center focused on 5G and future 6G mobile network technology at its Portuguese campus in Amadora.
Elon Musk indicated he would reluctantly move into the smartphone-making business if Twitter was taken off Apple and Google’s app stores.
In the 2022 edition of the European Brand Institute’s Global Top 100, IT companies are dominating the top of the list.
The European Commission detailed progress in delivering 5G coverage for in-flight connectivity and road transport.
Disruptions at Hon Hai Technology Group’s largest facility in China could reduce the production of iPhones by at least 30% this month, Reuters reported.
In its seventh evaluation of the Code of Conduct on countering illegal hate speech online, the European Commission says there was a decrease in companies' notice-and-action results.
Arm chiefs warned investors although it was committed to IPO the business during 2023, it would be unlikely to meet its initial timeline of early in the year.
Ministry of Consumer Affairs of India detailed legislation to enforce the adoption of a uniform charging port to curb e-waste and push effective implementation.
The European Commission’s plan to push forward chip manufacturing within the EU has advanced, Reuters reported.
CMA, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, started an investigation into a proposed $69 billion deal by chipmaker Broadcom to acquire cloud player VMware.
Xiaomi went into negative territory in the third quarter of 2022.
The first regional Telekom eSport Championship, launched by Hrvatski Telekom, Crnogorski, and Makedonski Telekom, for gaming enthusiasts from Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and the entire region, had its grand finale last weekend.
Infobip collaborated with IUTD Studios to launch an innovative, limited-edition NFT hoodie.
Amazon Web Services announced the launch of its eighth infrastructure Region in Europe, the AWS Europe (Spain) Region.
TikTok joined the GSMA as a new member of the industry association.
Cisco delivered the largest quarterly revenue in the company’s history.
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