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As the world attempts to navigate the current pandemic, there is a level of unparalleled uncertainty.
Apple released a new screening tool and set of resources to help people stay informed and take the proper steps to protect their health during the spread of COVID-19, based on the latest CDC guidance.
Google's parent company Alphabet plans to donate more than $800 million to help tackle coronavirus.
It took only one week for Siemens and Aucma to develop an idea into a prototype for an intelligent disinfection robot.
Hungarian operators, Magyar Telekom, Vodafone Hungary and Telenor Hungary, paid HUF128.5 billion ($400 million) into acquiring 5G spectrum licences.
Samsung has begun mass producing the industry’s first 16-gigabyte (GB) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM package for next-generation premium smartphones.
Technical specifications industrial group 3GPP has pushed back the release of the next two batches of 5G protocols by three months.
The global number of roaming subscribers will reach 1.1 billion by 2024; rising from 900 million in 2020, according to Juniper Research.
Siemens is making its Additive Manufacturing Network, along with its 3D printers, available to the global medical community to speed design and production of medical components.
Technology played an important role in tackling COVID-19, the World Health Organisation said.
IBM is offering free tools to track reported COVID-19 cases near you and help you stay informed.
Bosch’s new, fully automated rapid test for COVID-19 can help medical facilities make fast diagnoses.
HP and its community are mobilizing their 3D printing teams, technology, experience, and production capacity to help deliver critical parts in the effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the cancellation of MWC Barcelona 2020, the GSMA has considered a financial package for its clients.
Nokia has declared more than 3,000 patent families to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute as essential for the 5G standard.
Chinese vendor Xiaomi added two 5G capable models to its K30 smartphone range.
HPE announced advancements in its data protection offerings with Veeam support for their Primera storage and enhancements to StoreOnce backup.
IBM Watson Health unveiled its newest cloud-based technology IBM Study Advance.
The European Central Bank has chosen Deutsche Telekom’s subsidiary T-Systems to build and set up a new enterprise analytics platform.
Adaptive Biotechnologies and Microsoft announced they will leverage their existing partnership mapping population-wide adaptive immune responses to diseases at scale to study COVID-19.
Just months after the first case was reported, it is already clear that COVID-19 is having a negative impact on ad spending in China, according to eMarketer.
Market regulators across EU have warned operators to comply with open internet rules which only allow exceptional traffic management measures to mitigate impending network congestion.
All private and public schools in the Madrid will be able to continue attending their classes using free tele-teaching tools.
Apple has announced new version of iPad Pro for whitch they claim is the most advanced so far.
Samsung began mass producing the industry’s first 512-gigabyte eUFS 3.1 for use in flagship smartphones.
Evina, Paris-headquartered scale-up, recently unmasked malware that has been downloaded by over a million mobile users.
China has cemented its position as a global 5G leader as a result of significant operator investment and growing enthusiasm amongst consumers and enterprises, according to GSMA.
French telecoms regulator Arcep put plans for a 5G spectrum auction, scheduled to take place in April, on hold.
Nokia will extend its long-standing partnership with French mobile operator, IIiad Group, to roll out 5G networks across France and Italy.
For the second time in a month, French competition authorities fined Apple.
Apple announced it will host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
Nokia Bell Labs said that its researchers have set the world record for the highest single carrier bit rate at 1.52 Terabits per second over 80 km of standard single mode fiber.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched a smart building suite.
Telenor’s commercial 5G network opened yesterday in nine different cities and villages across Norway.
Ofcom, UK telecommunications regulator, finalised rules for an upcoming auction of spectrum in the 700MHz and 3.6GHz to 3.8GHz bands.
The Europe, Middle East, and Africa market for gaming desktops and notebooks grew in the third quarter of 2019, increasing 2.0% YoY and totaling 2.2 million units, according to IDC.
The International Commission on Non‐Ionizing Radiation Protection said it has found no evidence suggesting that 5G technologies might pose a risk to human health.
Yahoo, part of the Verizon Media portfolio, unveiled its first-ever unlimited phone plan, Yahoo Mobile.
Sensor Tower was accused of obtaining data from millions of users through VPN and ad-blocking apps, BuzzFeed News reported.
Countries must step up their efforts to facilitate the 5G era by backing more supportive policies, according to a new GTI study, produced in collaboration with the GSMA.
Ericsson introduced an industry first entitlement server solution for on-device eSIM subscription activation without QR-codes for smartphones, starting with Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip.
The tower infrastructure merger of Vodafone Italy and Telecom Italia was approved by the European Commission.
U.S. operator Verizon, along with Samsung, Motorola and Qualcomm, has teamed up to demonstrate 5G peak speeds of 4.2 gigabits per second on its live 5G network.
The Port of Kiel commissioned Siemens to build Germany’s largest shore power system to date.
As campaigning for the 2020 presidential election heads into its final months, political ad spending will hit an all-time high, according to eMarketer.
Huawei released 5G microwave solution that offers a single-link with 50 Gbps bandwidth.
After loss of some important founding Association members, Facebook is planning a revamp of its troubled Libra cryptocurrency.
Worldwide shipments of devices, PCs, tablets and mobile phones, will total 2.16 billion units in 2020, an increase of 0.9% from 2019, according to Gartner.
5G has gained significant traction over the past year and is now live in 24 markets worldwide, supported by an expanding roster of 5G devices and growing awareness among consumers.
Ericsson's smart factory in Lewisville, Texas, has produced its first 5G base station.
Mobile games downloads grew significantly during February, according to Sensor Tower.
Ericsson has been selected by Telekom Albania as the sole supplier to modernize the service provider’s radio and core networks in a break-in deal spanning five years.
IBM introduced artificial intelligence into its TRIRIGA solution.
The Moscow Department of Information Technology and ICT.Moscow have launched its first business monthly digest dedicated to 5G.
Nokia’s Board of Directors has appointed Pekka Lundmark as President and CEO.
Czech startup Perenio announced a special version of IoT Router Elegance with Tuya Smart platform for telecom operators.
HP is among winners of this year’s iF Design Award, the world-renowned design prize.
Facebook AI researchers have built a system that can analyze a photo of food and then create a recipe from scratch.
2019 ended well for Dell Technologies.
Coronavirus continues to affect business worldwide, and specialized events seem to be its first victims.
Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Nokia and Qualcomm accomplished the world’s first end-to-end data transmission in two network slices on a multi-vendor platform.
Huawei has announced that it will build a new wireless communications product factory in France.
HP announced fiscal 2020 first quarter net revenue of $14.6 billion.
Nokia announced the launch of new end-to-end slicing network functionality for 4G and 5G New Radio.
Samsung announced that its new cutting-edge semiconductor fabrication line in Hwaseong, Korea, has begun mass production.
With combination of fiber network and 3.5 GHz frequency for 5G services, A1 Telekom started the 5Giganetwork in Austria.
Japanese tech giant Sony has unveiled two 5G smartphones and a mid-tier Xperia.
Huawei presented its latest product line, led by its new foldable smartphone Mate Xs.
A new report from Juniper Research found that facial recognition hardware will be the fastest growing form of smartphone biometric hardware.
The Open Manufacturing Platform has expanded, with new steering committee members and new working groups established.
Bosch has established ethical “red lines” for the use of AI.
The interaction between organisations and consumers will change with RCS, the latest development in mobile messaging.
In a renegotiated agreement for T-Mobile US and Sprint’s proposed merger, Deutsche Telekom came out as a winner.
According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global 5G smartphone shipments will reach 199 million units in 2020.
At the event in London, Huawei presented new 5G products and solutions.
The US government proposed changing regulations in order to to give it the authority to block global chip sales to Huawei.
The European Commission unveiled plans to accelerate the deployment of AI, aiming to compete with the US and China and become a global leader in the industry.
Qualcomm unveiled its third-generation 5G modem which will offer device performance benefits as operators move to standalone networks.
Worldwide spending on information and communications technology will be $4.3 trillion in 2020, an increase of 3.6% over 2019, according to IDC.
Nokia has been selected by Orange Slovensko, the leading operator in Slovakia, to prepare its Radio Access Network for 5G.
Regulation of online content should blend current rules covering the media and telecoms industries, siad Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Ericsson launched AI-powered Energy Infrastructure Operations, a new energy management solution that leverages AI and advanced data analytics.
WhatsApp reiterated its commitment to secure communications, as it revealed its monthly active user numbers surpassed the 2 billion mark.
Google has prepared its defense against European Comission from 2017 for breaching competition rules.
The US Department of Justice has escalated legal action against Huawei.
A Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution will be established in Russia, dedicated primarily to smart city developments across Moscow.
In a recent article, Financial Times claims that Switzerland is halting all further 5G rollout.
A merger of T-Mobile US with Sprint is one large step closer to realization.
The GSMA association has cancelled MWC in Barcelona that was to be held form 24th to 27th of February.
Using Nokia’s 5G portfolio, Japanese operator SoftBank installed non-standalone 5G networks suited to connected vehicle testing at a Honda Research and Development site in Kamikawa-gun, Hokkaido, Japan.
At an event in San Francisco, Samsung unveiled its new smartphone models.
Ericsson will establish a new R&D site in France with up to 300 employees, accelerating 5G momentum in Europe.
Facebook's official accounts on social media suffered a hack attack last Friday, BBC News reported.
Samsung received 61 awards, including two gold awards, at the International Forum Design Award 2020.
Nokia had flat revenue in the fourth quarter of 2019 on a yearly basis.
According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, Apple Watch outsold the entire Swiss watch industry by a huge margin in 2019.
Huawei filed patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon in the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Texas.
The GSMA said that the association regrets to see Ericsson’s decision not to attend MWC Barcelona this year as they are an important player in their ecosystem.
ICT.Moscow, a digital platform devoted to tech-based solutions, together with the city’s Department of Information Technologies, has granted free access to a unified knowledge base on 5G.
Ericsson has decided to take further precautionary measures by withdrawing from MWC Barcelona 2020, the largest event in the telecom industry.