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Huawei Certified as a Top Employer in 10 Countries in Europe

Huawei has been certified as a Top Employer in Europe for the third consecutive year, with certification in 10 countries, namely Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK.

TIM Appoints Pietro Labriola as Group CEO

Telecom Italia announced that the Board of Directors unanimously appointed Pietro Labriola as CEO, effective immediately.

Apple Fires Back at Ericsson After New Lawsuits

Apple responded in a patent fight with Ericsson, countersuing the vendor and pressing the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban imports of its mobile infrastructure equipment.

European Parliament Supported Digital Services Act

The European Parliament accepted a proposal for new rules aimed at tech giants.

First Tool Roll-in at Intel's Fab 34 in Ireland

A team rolled in the first huge chipmaking tool at Intel's new plant Fab 34 in Ireland.

Ericsson Files Two New 5G Patent Lawsuits Against Apple

Ericsson filed a pair of fresh 5G lawsuits against Apple covering a string of intellectual property.

Apple Retakes Top Spot in Global Smartphone Market in 4Q21

Apple accounted for 22% of worldwide smartphone shipments in the fourth quarter of 2021, thanks to the strong demand for the iPhone 13, according to Canalys.

Worldwide IT Spending Expected to Grow 5.1 Percent in 2022

Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $4.5 trillion in 2022, an increase of 5.1% from 2021, according to the latest forecast by Gartner.

Qualcomm Announces Collaboration with Microsoft

Qualcomm announced a collaboration with Microsoft to expand and accelerate the adoption of augmented reality in both the consumer and enterprise sector.

Italy to Award €3.7 Billion Through Gigabit Broadband Fund

The government of Italy allocated €3.7 billion to boost the deployment of 1Gb/s broadband services in underserved areas.

Siemens and LG Energy Solution to Collaborate on Battery Manufacturing

Siemens and LG Energy Solution (LGES) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to increase cooperation in the field of battery manufacturing, particularly the digitization of the production process.

Meta Faces Lawsuit in the UK over Data Use

Meta faces a huge lawsuit in the UK in which it could be fined £2.3 billion.

Employees Ready for Enterprise Metaverse

Just as businesses are starting to find their groove with hybrid working, the workplace has begun to evolve again with the emergence of the metaverse.

Samsung Demonstrates First MRAM Based In-Memory Computing

Samsung demonstrated the world’s first in-memory computing based on MRAM (Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory).

Xiaomi Welcomes Findings of the German Office for Information Security

Xiaomi received a decision by which the German IT security watchdog proves it adheres to relevant EU data privacy and security laws.

Antitrust Case against Meta in the US Set to Proceed

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will have another chance to bring an antitrust case against Meta Platforms.

€258 Million in EU Fund for 5G and Gigabit Networks

The European Commission invited interested parties to funding aimed at improving 5G, cloud infrastructure, and high-speed Gigabit networks throughout the EU.

Bosch Plans to Acquire Building Automation Specialist Hoerburger

Bosch Building Technologies plans to acquire Hoerburger.

Government Wants to Control Telecom Italia Key Assets

Italian government insists to retain control of Telecom Italia’s strategic assets in case of a takeover.

Take-Two Interactive to Buy Zynga in a $13 Billion Deal

Take-Two Interactive arranged a deal to acquire developer Zynga for a total enterprise value of $12.7 billion.

Nokia Expects to Exceed 2021 Financial Guidance

Nokia said it will exceed its financial guidance for 2021 after generating more income than anticipated in the fourth quarter.

Intel Unveils New Mobile and Desktop Processors

At CES 2022, Intel announced 50 new 12th generation Core processors that will be available this year.

SK Hynix to Partner with Qualcomm on AI Chips

SK Hynix plans to jointly invest with sister company SK Telecom and Qualcomm to develop energy-efficient AI chips.

AMD Presents Its Latest Chips and Solutions

AMD announced new products that deliver tools for productivity, content creation, and gaming experiences.

T-Mobile Adds More Post-Paid Customers, Agrees on Tower Deal

In its preliminary results for the final quarter of 2021, T-Mobile US said it expects to lead in post-paid customer net additions.

Ride Sharing Spend by Consumers to Exceed $930 Billion Globally by 2026

Ride-sharing spending by consumers globally will exceed $937 billion by 2026, comparable to 50 times the combined annual revenue of Transport for London, New York City’s MTA, and the Beijing Metro in 2021, according to a new study by Juniper Research.

Samsung Reveals Profit Jump in the Fourth Quarter

In the profit guidance for the last quarter of 2021, Samsung announced it expects higher quarterly profit in four years.

Lenovo Unveils new Products and Solutions at CES 2022

At CES 2022, Lenovo unveiled a portfolio of new products and solutions.

Most People Believe that Technology Makes the World a Better Place

The vast majority of people surveyed worldwide (72 percent) believe that technological progress is making the world a better place.

Samsung Unveils its New Lifestyle Vision at CES 2022

Samsung unveiled its vision for the future, “Together for tomorrow”, during a pre-show keynote event at CES 2022.

German Cartel Office Sets Crosshairs on Google

The Bundeskartellamt, German competition authority, said it was examining Google's use of personal data and its News Showcase product under its new powers to regulate internet companies.

Online, Premiumization and Stay@Home Shaped Market for TCG in 2021

2021 was an exceptional year that presented the industry with numerous challenges.

Apple Hits $3 Trillion Market Value

On the first working day in the new year, Apple became the first company ever to reach a $3 trillion value at the stock market.

Huawei Expects More Challenges in 2022

2021 brought many challenges for Huawei, mostly due to US trade sanctions.

PayPal Core to Surpass $1 Trillion in Payment Value in 2022

Online payment platform PayPal is poised for strong growth next year in terms of both transaction value and users, according to Insider Intelligence.

12.5 Million Consumer VR Headsets Sold in 2021

The consumer VR market is expected to be worth $16 billion by 2026, a 148% increase over 2021, according to Omdia.

Tesla Recalls 475,000 Cars on Safety Issues

Tesla is recalling almost half a million of its Model 3 and Model S vehicles.

Intel Sells SSD Business and Dalian Facility to SK hynix

Intel completed the first closing of the sale of its NAND and SSD business.

realme Was the Fastest Growing 5G Android Smartphone Brand in 3Q21

realme was the fastest-growing 5G Android smartphone brand globally in the third quarter of 2021, according to Counterpoint Research.

Microsoft Canceled In-Person Presence at CES 2022

The upcoming CES 2022 show in Las Vegas is struggling with cancellations caused by the rapid spread of the Omicron COVID-19 variant.

Salesforce Ranked First in CRM Market Share for Eighth Consecutive Year

For the eighth consecutive year, Salesforce has been ranked as the number one CRM provider, according to IDC.

AIB Signs Three-Year €65 Million Agreement with IBM

AIB, an Irish bank with market-leading positions across key segments, and IBM announced a €65m three-year agreement.

Ericsson, Telstra, and Qualcomm Set 5G Uplink Speed Record

Ericsson, Telstra, and Qualcomm have achieved the highest uplink peak rate ever recorded on a commercial network during a live demo in Queensland, Australia.

Intelsat Plans to Exit Bankruptcy Protection in 2022

Satellite service provider Intelsat secured approval from a US court to push ahead with a financial restructuring plan.

Cameras in Focus as Smartphone Image Sensors Hit Milestone

Smartphone imaging systems continued to see strong hardware upgrades this year, according to Counterpoint Research.

Many Critical Infrastructure Organizations Will Experience a Security Breach by 2025

By 2025, 30% of critical infrastructure organizations will experience a security breach that will result in the halting of operations- or mission-critical cyber-physical systems, according to Gartner.

Semiconductor Market Surpasses $150 Billion in a Single Quarter

Semiconductor revenue rose 7.6% in the third quarter of 2021, compared with 2Q21, and climbed above $150 billion in revenue during a single quarter for the first time, according to Omdia.

Mobile Money Transactions to Exceed $870 Billion in Emerging Markets by 2026

The total value of mobile money transactions in emerging markets will exceed $870 billion in 2026, up from $555 billion in 2021; representing a growth of almost 60%, according to a new study from Juniper Research.

Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest Decided to Skip CES

COVID-19 concerns are affecting the next edition of the Consumer Electronics Show.

Microsoft – Nuance Deal Gets EU Approval

Microsoft's $16 billion bid for Nuance was approved by the European Commission.

EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard Remains Robust in ICT

Companies in the EU have increased investment in research and development (R&D) in the health and ICT services sectors, according to the new edition of the EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard.

Nokia and Frontier Complete First Successful Trial of 25Gb/s Network in the US

Nokia and Frontier completed a first-ever trial of 25G PON broadband technology in the US.

Nokia Launches Gigabit Connect Solution

Nokia launched Gigabit Connect to make it easier for fiber network providers to deploy gigabit broadband services in MDUs where the final connection leg is via twisted pair or coaxial cables.

TikTok is the Third-Largest Social Network behind Instagram and Facebook

TikTok has surpassed Snapchat and Twitter in global user numbers, according to the forecast by Insider Intelligence.

Ten Hot Consumer Trends for 2030

A hybrid mix of connectivity-enabled technology, integrated into real physical environments to enhance shopping and buying experiences, is expected to be a common element of everyday life in 2030 by the vast majority of current early adopters.

Intel Launches Integrated Photonics Research Center

Intel Labs recently opened the Research Center for Integrated Photonics for Data Center Interconnects.

Telefonica Reduces Board Amid Restructuring

Telefonica will decrease its board structure after accepting the resignations of two of its members.

Arm Server Deployments Surge amid Semiconductor Supply Shortage

Shipment of servers with Arm CPUs reached record levels according to the latest research by Omdia.

MediaTek Leads Smartphone SoC Shipments in 3Q21

Global smartphone AP (Application Processor)/SoC (System on Chip) shipments grew 6% in the third quarter of 2021, according to the latest study from Counterpoint Research.

IBM and Samsung Unveil Semiconductor Breakthrough

IBM and Samsung announced a breakthrough in semiconductor design utilizing a new vertical transistor architecture that demonstrates a path to scaling beyond nanosheet and has the potential to reduce energy usage by 85 percent compared to a scaled fin field-effect transistor (finFET).

Ericsson and Vodafone Launch 5G Lab in Spain

Ericsson and Vodafone joined forces into launching a 5G lab in Spain.

Most Boards of Directors View Cybersecurity as a Business Risk

88% of Boards of Directors (BoDs) view cybersecurity as a business risk, as opposed to a technology risk, according to a new survey from Gartner.

UK Investigates Microsoft's Nuance Deal

Microsoft's $19.7 billion proposed acquisition of Nuance Communications came under scrutiny in the UK after Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) launched an investigation.

Samsung Merges Mobile and Appliance units into DX Division

As a part of restructuring its business, Samsung presented the branding for a division being created by the combination of its mobile and home appliance businesses.

US Senators Seek Probes on Meta Platforms

A US Senator Elizabeth Warren raised pressure on Meta Platforms, calling for the Department of Justice to probe potential fraud relating to advertising metrics.

Quantum Computing Market Predicted to Grow to $8.6 Billion in 2027

In its first forecast for the worldwide quantum computing market, IDC is projecting that customer spending for quantum computing will grow from $412 million in 2020 to $8.6 billion in 2027.

Samsung Merges Mobile and Consumer Units

Samsung made a shake-up of its leadership team and the merger of its mobile division with the wider consumer business.

Ericsson to Empower One Million Children through EDISON Support

Ericsson announced a major new commitment to empower one million children and young people by 2025 through access to digital learning, tools, content and development programs.

HPE to Build New Supercomputer for the U.S. Department of Energy

Hewlett Packard Enterprise has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to build a new supercomputer to support ongoing R&D that will transform energy from geothermal, water, wind, solar, and fuels.

Italy Fined Amazon for Preferential Treatment

AGCM, Italian competition regulator, penalized Amazon for alleged preferential treatment.

DT and Partners Design the European Quantum Communication Infrastructure

After European Commission selected the QSAFE (Quantum Network System Architecture for Europe) consortium to design the European Quantum Communication Infrastructure last April, the interim results have just been delivered.

EU Will Extend Roaming Rules to 2032

The European Parliament reached an agreement with EU member states to extend regulation allowing citizens to roam without incurring additional charges when traveling in the bloc by a further ten years.

Apple to Bring New Coding Opportunities to Young Learners

In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, Apple and Boys & Girls Clubs of America launched a new program that will bring coding to Boys & Girls Clubs in more than a dozen US cities.

Telecom Italia Executives Exit as CEO Leaves

Telecom Italia continues restructuring, revealing the departures of its strategy and technology chiefs after the resignation of former CEO Luigi Gubitosi.

Intel Announces Intent to Take Mobileye Public

Intel announced plans to take ADAS chip manufacturer Mobileye public while retaining a majority stake.

Nokia Deploys 5G Private Network for Volkswagen’s Pilot Project in Germany

Nokia has deployed a private 5G standalone wireless network for Volkswagen at the car maker’s main plant in Wolfsburg, Germany.

IBM Acquires Australian Hybrid Cloud Consulting Business SXiQ

IBM announced the acquisition of SXiQ, an Australian digital transformation services company specializing in cloud applications, cloud platforms, and cloud cybersecurity.

Vivendi Ready to Let State Control Telecom Italia Network

Vivendi is reportedly open to the possibility of handing control of Telecom Italia’s fixed-line network to the Italian government.

Bosch Gives Go-Ahead for Volume Production of Silicon Carbide Chips

After several years of development, Bosch is starting volume production of power semiconductors made of silicon carbide, supplying automotive manufacturers worldwide.

Qualcomm to Deliver 5G to PCs and Gaming Devices

Qualcomm unveiled new chips designed to deliver 5G and advanced camera technology to PCs and gaming devices.

Digital Transformation Continues Global Growth

Global spending on the digital transformation (DX) of business practices, products, and organizations is forecast to reach $2.8 trillion in 2025, more than double the amount allocated in 2020, according to IDC.

Nokia to Build New Campus in Oulu

Nokia announced the decision to proceed with building a new campus in Oulu, Finland.

Salesforce Announces Strong Third Quarter Fiscal 2022 Results

Salesforce reported better than expected revenue for the third quarter of fiscal 2022.

Global Smartphone Shipments Expected to Grow 5.3 Percent in 2021

Shipments of smartphones will grow 5.3% year over year in 2021, reaching 1.35 billion, according to IDC.

Shoppers Return to Stores

Consumers are returning to in-store shopping in greater numbers, and out-of-home entertainment and travel are on the rise as three in five (61%) express optimism about the future, according to PwC.

Siemens Launches the Open Industrial Edge Ecosystem

Siemens launched a digital and vendor-independent, cross-manufacturer App Store for industry customers.

GSMA Unveils Health and Safety Plan for MWC22

The GSMA detailed health and safety protocols set to be in place for MWC22 Barcelona.

Qualcomm Announces the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Qualcomm introduced its latest premium 5G mobile platform, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.

UK Regulator Orders Meta to Sell Giphy

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) ordered Facebook owner Meta to sell graphics maker Giphy.

European Operators Ask US Firms for Rollout Help

Over a dozen major European operators urged US tech giants to contribute to covering costs for deploying networks.

Dorsey Leaves Twitter

Jack Dorsey buckled under the pressure of an investor onslaught regarding Twitter’s financial performance.

Gubitosi Prepared to Step Down from CEO Position at Telecom Italia

Luigi Gubitosi, CEO of Telecom Italia, asked the board to take swift action in deciding on a takeover bid by investment company KKR.

Dell Delivers Record Third Fiscal Quarter 2022 Results

Dell generated record revenue of $28.4 billion, up 21%, in its fiscal 2022 third quarter.

Apple Becomes the Largest Smartphone Brand in China in October

Apple surpassed vivo in October 2021 to become the largest smartphone OEM in China for the first time since December 2015, according to Counterpoint Research.

Giga Reaches Milestone Towards Connecting Every School to the Internet

Giga Initiative has reached a major milestone in mapping the location and connectivity status of one million schools.

Italy’s Antitrust Regulator Fines Apple and Google over Data Use

The Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) fined Apple and Google €10 million each for the collection and use of data.

Orange CEO to Step Down After Being Found Guilty

Orange CEO Stephane Richard will leave the company by the end of January 2022. He has resigned after 11 years at the helm.

Telenor Sweden to Sell its Fiber Assets

Telenor’s Sweden unit will divest subsidiary Open Universe and its single dwelling unit (SDU) fiber infrastructure assets to GlobalConnect Sweden for SEK3 billion ($330.5 million).

Apple Sues NSO Group to Curb the Abuse of State-Sponsored Spyware

Apple filed a lawsuit against technology company NSO Group.

Vivendi Distanced from TIM Sale

The largest shareholder of Telecom Italia, Vivendi, distanced away from a possible sale of its stake to private equity investor KKR.