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Europe Insists on Universal Charger Port for Mobile Devices

Smartphone manufacturers might have to adopt a common charger, at least in Europe, according to the legislation the European Commission proposed.

Nokia Wins 5G World Award for Most Innovative ML Software Product

Nokia announced that 5G World has honored it with the “Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning Technology for the Network” Award for Anomaly Detection Service.

US and EU to Target Big Tech Together

United States and European Union are planning to make unified approach to limit the market power of big tech companies.

TIM Ranked Fastest 5G Mobile Network in Europe

Opensignal, the independent global standard for measuring the user experience of mobile networks, has published the 5G Global Mobile Network Experience Awards report.

EA Closes Acquisition of Playdemic

Electronic Arts closed an acquisition of WarnerMedia’s gaming unit Playdemic from AT&T.

EMEA Gaming PC Market Set to Stay Strong in 2021

The Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) market for gaming PCs posted another quarter of solid growth in 2Q21, growing 10.8% and recording 2.5 million units shipped, according to IDC.

US Considering Action against Honor

A former Huawei-owned smartphone manufacturer Honor is rumoured to be at risk of similar sanctions to former parent company.

Orange Selects Ericsson for Financial Services Infrastructure Platform

Ericsson was chosen by Orange’s Middle East and Africa division for a financial services infrastructure platform.

Twitter Agrees to Settle 2016 Lawsuit for $800 Million

Twitter agreed to pay $809.5 million to settle a shareholder class action lawsuit from 2016.

Telefonica Launches Leadwind Fund

Telefonica partnered with a Spanish venture capital company K to launch a fund seeking to raise between €150 million and €250 million.

A1 Rolls Out Security Service Offensity across the Group´s Markets

Three years ago, A1’s Intrapreneurship Program “Empowering Ideas” resulted in a winning security service, called Offensity.

Most Doctors and Nurses Believe Telehealth to Dominate Patient Care in the Future

Survey comissioned by HPE reveals how the healthcare industry is going through a rapid transformation, with a profound impact on the technologies and solutions required to meet the demands of modern, scalable healthcare delivery.

University of Birmingham Partners with Siemens

The University of Birmingham partnered with Siemens to combine various technologies to help change users’ behaviour to transform the university’s Edgbaston and Dubai campuses into the world’s smartest global campus.

New Rumors of Telefonica UK Tower Asset Sale

Spanish media recently reported that Telefonica will sell its 50 percent stake in UK mobile infrastructure business Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure (CTIL).

Ericsson and Vodafone Halve Network Energy Consumption in 5G Trial

As part of a collaboration to improve network energy performance, Ericsson and Vodafone have completed the first deployment of a new energy-efficient 5G radio in London.

UK Government Plans to Boost 5G with £4 Million

A competition for projects enabling mobile operators to host 5G equipment on public buildings and roadside infrastructure was opened by the UK government.

Xiaomi Announced New Series 11 Smartphones

Xiaomi launched two new mid-range handsets, under the 11T-series banner.

EC Plans New Chipmaking Ecosystem

The European Commission (EC) unveiled fresh plans to keep the bloc competitive and self-sufficient in semiconductor production.

Global Consumer Electronics Market Continues Growth

The global consumer electronics market (excluding North America) achieved sales growth of $42.8 billion in the first half of 2021, an increase of 18 percent, according to GfK.

Apple Unveils New iPhone, iPad and Watch

Apple launched latest iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch at its annual launch event.

IBM Unveils New Generation of Power Servers

IBM announced the new Power E1080 server, the first in a new family of servers based on the new Power10 processor, designed specifically for hybrid cloud environments.

Apple Gets a Major Blow in Epic Games Fight

Apple was found guilty at a US district court of engaging in anti-competitive behaviour covering the in-app purchasing policy of its App Store.

Nokia Extends UScellular Relationship with 5G Standalone Core Agreement

Nokia has been selected to roll out UScellular’s standalone 5G core network with deployment expected to be completed by the end of 2022.

Telefonica Creates Strategy Unit

Pushing on with a transformation plan, Telefonica combined parts of several units to create a strategy and development department.

iPhone 13 to Help Apple Grab One-Third of 2021 5G Shipments

Apple’s iPhone 12 and upcoming 13 series devices are set to spike in the last quarter of 2021 5G shipments to nearly 200m units, according to Counterpoint Research.

Samsung Close to Select US Chip Fab's Location

Samsung is close to select a site near Taylor, Texas for a planned $17 billion chip fabrication plant which would boost the vendor’s US manufacturing capabilities.

Apple Has to Change Some App Store Rules

Apple needs to change some of the App Store rules, a U.S. federal judge ruled.

Facebook Launched its First Smart Glasses

Facebook unveiled its new product, smart glasses that should be the true augmented-reality spectacles.

Apple to Launch New iPhone Next Week

On 14 September, Apple will hold its next product launch event, the company announced. They will most likely introduce the newest iPhones into a buoyant smartphone market.

Intel Plans €80 Billion Investment in European Chip Plant

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger unveiled plan to invest €80 billion in new semiconductor manufacturing facilities in Europe over a ten-year period.

Germany Should Sell its Deutsche Telekom Stake

German monopolies commission used an election process to reiterate calls for the telecoms sector to be overhauled.

Mobileye Unveils Autonomous Taxi Vehicle

Mobileye unveiled the 6-passenger, road-ready electric autonomous vehicle (AV) that will be used for commercial driverless ride-hailing services in Tel Aviv and Munich starting in 2022.

CSS to Increase Investments in Chatbots, AI and Analytics Over Next Two Years

Investments in technologies focused on the customer are rapidly becoming a top priority for customer service and support (CSS) leaders, according to Gartner.

Ericsson and Qualcomm Achieve First 5G NR Call on CBRS Spectrum

Ericsson and Qualcomm announced that they have successfully completed the first over-the-air 5G New Radio (NR) call on CBRS (Citizen Broadband Radio Service) spectrum in a recent field trial.

WhatsApp Gets €225 Million GDPR Fine

Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) imposed a €225 million fine on Facebook’s WhatsApp for failures around transparency in how it handled users’ personal information.

Ericsson Unveils New 5G Street Solutions

Ericsson announced it is expanding its portfolio of 5G radios with three new offerings geared toward urban environments.

US Preparing Another Lawsuit Against Google

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) prepared to file a second antitrust lawsuit against Google.

Lenovo and RealWear to Bring Assisted Reality Solutions to Enterprise Customers

Lenovo and RealWear announced a global collaboration to bring assisted reality solutions to enterprise customers.

Fraunhofer and IBM Unveil Powerful Quantum Computer

Fraunhofer and IBM officially unveiled Germany’s first IBM Quantum System One to the public.

Intel Wins US Government Project to Develop Foundry Ecosystem

The U.S. Department of Defense awarded Intel an agreement to provide commercial foundry services in the first phase of its multi-phase Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes, Commercial (RAMP-C) program.

ZTE Posted Strong Profit Rise in the Fist Six Months of 2021

ZTE recorded robust profit growth in the first half of 2021.

Span Announces IPO on the Zagreb Stock Exchange

Croatian IT company Span announced plans for the initial public offering of their stocks on the Zagreb Stock Exchange.

Downward Pressure on Pricing Drives Momentum in Wearables

Global wearables shipments grew 32.3% year-over-year as volumes reached 114.2 million during the second quarter of 2021 (2Q21), according to IDC.

Apple and US Developers Agree to App Store Updates

Apple announced a number of changes coming to the App Store that, pending court approval, will resolve a class-action suit from US developers.

New Students and Apprentices to Start Training at Siemens

Around 1,300 apprentices and university students in work-study programs will begin their professional careers at 20 Siemens locations on September 1.

Apple Introduces the News Partner Program

Apple introduced the News Partner Program, a new slate of initiatives to expand Apple’s work with and support for journalism.

Xiaomi's Revenue Grew 64 Percent in the Second Quarter

Xiaomi's revenue in the second-quarter of 2021 grew 64% from a year earlier, the company said in a statement.

Hisense Says Laser TV is the Future

With sales booming, Hisense has announced the launch this month in Europe and the USA of the Hisense 100L9, the world’s first RGB Laser TV.

Salesforce Posted Strong Quarterly Results

Software maker Salesforce had a strong second fiscal quarter of 2022 with revenue reaching $6,34 billion, up 23% year-over-year.

5G Devices to Represent over Half of Smartphone Sales Revenue by 2025

5G compatible smartphones will account for over 50% of smartphone sales revenue by 2025 rising to $337 billion from $108 billion in 2021, according to Juniper Research.

Dell Posts Record Second Quarter Results

Dell announced record financial results for its fiscal 2022 second quarter.

IBM Unveils On-Chip Accelerated AI Processor

IBM unveiled details of the upcoming new Telum Processor, designed to bring deep learning inference to enterprise workloads to help address fraud in real-time.

Samsung Plans $206 Billion Investments by 2023 for Post-Pandemic Growth

Over the next three years, Samsung plans to invest 240 trillion won ($206 billion).

A1 Group Chooses Nokia and Ericsson as 5G Suppliers in Selected Markets

A1 Telekom Austria Group has chosen Scandinavian network equipment suppliers Nokia and Ericsson as partners in the rollout of the 5G networks in the markets of Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.

By 2025 Cyber Attackers Will Weaponize OT Environments to Harm or Kill Humans

By 2025, cyber attackers will have weaponized operational technology (OT) environments to successfully harm or kill humans, according to Gartner.

Facebook Adds End-to-End Encryption on Messenger

Facebook addded end-to-end encryption for voice and video calls on its Messenger app.

BT Appoints New Chairman

BT Group announced the appointment of Adam Crozier as its new chairman.

Nvidia Unhappy on Lengthy Scrutiny over Arm Deal

Nvidia admitted the regulatory process of a $40 billion acquisition of UK-based chip design company Arm was taking longer than expected, as it faces objections from licensees leading to a drawn-out process.

Google Increases Display Size in New Pixel Smartphones

Google launched its latest mid-tier smartphone, the Pixel 5a.

Healthcare Providers to Deliver 765 Million Teleconsultations by 2025

The number of teleconsultations performed globally will reach 765 million in 2025; rising from 422 million in 2021, representing 80% growth, according to Juniper Research.

Huawei Still Has Faith in Device Revival

Huawei deputy chairman Guo Ping told staff the company would not exit the smartphone business despite severe supply chain issues, CNBC reported.

T-Mobile US Admits Hacker Breach

T-Mobile US confirmed hackers gained access to some of its data.

Microsoft's Government Azure Cloud Receives Authorization

Microsoft's Azure Government Top Secret cloud received authorisation making it available to US national security agencies.

Huawei to Invest $100 Million in Asia Pacific Startups over 3 Years

Huawei announced its plan to invest US$100 million in startup support at the inaugural HUAWEI CLOUD Spark Founders Summit.

Weather Company Continues to Be the World's Most Accurate Forecaster

IBM and its subsidiary The Weather Company were determined to be "the overall most accurate provider globally" by ForecastWatch, a premier organization for evaluating the accuracy of weather forecasts.

Lenovo Delivers Record First Quarter, Doubling Net Income

Lenovo posted record fiscal first quarter results for the Group.

Samsung Unveils New Premium Devices

Samsung launched third generation of its foldable devices.

DT Continues to Grow and Raises Guidance for 2021 Again

Deutsche Telekom has raised the bar for the second time in 2021.

The Next Normal of Passenger Transportation in Europe

COVID-19 has negatively impacted passenger transportation, according to IDC. The industry was one of the most affected in terms of revenue losses.

Google Cloud and T-Systems Expand their Collaboration

T-Systems and Google Cloud extended their collaboration to innovate on end-to-end solutions for customers in key industries, including public sector, healthcare, the automotive industry, and public transport.

Nokia Opens O-RAN Collaboration and Testing Center in the US

Nokia opened its first Open RAN (O-RAN) Collaboration and Testing Center at its offices in Dallas, Texas.

Samsung Unveils First 5nm Processor for Wearables

Samsung announced its new wearable processor, the Exynos W920.

Siemens Mobility Acquires Sqills

Siemens Mobility has signed a binding agreement to acquire the Netherlands based company Sqills, a leading provider in the provision of cloud-based inventory management, reservation, and ticketing software to public transport operators around the world.

China Leads Global 5G Base Deployment

Mass deployments of 5G network in China, resulted in the nation accounting for 80 percent of the total number of base stations deployed globally by end-July.

Qualcomm Offers $4.6 Billion for Veoneer

Qualcomm made a $4.6 billion cash bid for automotive technology developer Veoneer.

Nothing Unveils Ear 1, its Debut Device

Nothing launched its first device, the Ear 1 bud.

Huawei Posts Sharp Decline in 1H21

Huawei revealed a deepening decline in earnings during the first half of 2021.

Foxconn Buys Wafer Plant from Macronix for $90.8 Million

Foxconn bought a chip plant from Taiwan chipmaker Macronix for T$2.52 billion ($90.8 million).

Siemens Posts Excellent Results in the Third Fiscal Quarter

Siemens continued its growth trajectory across all businesses and regions in the third fiscal quarter.

Amazon's Revenue Went Up 27 Percent in 2Q21

During the second quarter of 2021, Amazon's net sales increased 27 percent.

Google Developed Custom Chip for its Pixel Smartphone

Google's upcoming Pixel 6 smartphones would be powered by in-house chip Tensor.

U.K. Government Considering Blocking Nvidia's Arm Takeover

The UK government is said to be considering blocking Nvidia's acquisition of British Arm, a deal worth $40 billion.

AMD Doubles Revenue in the Second Quarter

The second quarter of 2021 was extremely successful for AMD.

Qualcomm Posts Net Profit Growth of 140 Percent in the Previous Quarter

In its fiscal Q3, Qualcomm posted net profit growth of 140 percent to $2 billion.

UK to Fine Google £920 Million over Play Store Fees

Google was hit with a legal action in the UK on excessive charges on purchases made through its Play Store.

Intel to Manufacture Qualcomm Chips

Qualcomm is one of the first two customers for Intel’s foundry business.

EU Severly Fines Amazon on GDPR Violation

European Union hit Amazon with a record €746 million fine.

NAND Flash Recovery Begins on Rising Demand and Supply

Global NAND flash revenues increased 4.6% in the first quarter of 2021 to $15.3 billion over the previous quarter, according to Counterpoint Research.

Telefonica Posts Record Profit on Tower Sale

Spanish based operator Telefonica raised its full year outlook after posting an all-time record net income.

Strong First Half for Nokia, 2021 Outlook Revised Upwards

Nokia's net sales grew 9 percent on constant currency in the second quarter of 2021.

Tablet Market Posts 5th Quarter of Growth

Hybrid work and more digitized classrooms continue to drive record tablet demand midway through 2021, according to a new report by Strategy Analytics.

The Global Smartphone Market Grew 13.2 Percent in 2Q21

The rebound from 2020 continued for smartphones in the second quarter of 2021 (2Q21) as overall shipment volumes grew 13.2% year over year, according to IDC.

Microsoft Posts Record Profit Boosted by Cloud Services

Microsoft posted most profitable quarter so far, beating expectations for revenue and earnings.

Alphabet Revenue Went Up on Advertising Rebound

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet and Google, said that a rising online activity contributed to a surge in earnings in the second quarter of 2021.

Apple Reports 36 Percent Higher Revenue in the Third Fiscal Quarter

Apple announced financial results for its fiscal 2021 third quarter ended June 26, 2021.

Alphabet Creates Industrial Robotics Business

Alphabet announced the creation of Intrinsic, a division which will focus on the development of robotics for industrial use.

TSMC Considering its First Semiconductor Plant in Europe

TSMC chairman Mark Liu reportedly confirmed the company was considering creating its first semiconductor plant in Europe.

EC Could Start Legal Action Against 23 Member States

A total of 23 EU countries could be taken to court for lacking to enact EU copyright rules into national law.

Nokia Gets a Boost in China

Nokia received a boost in the Chinese market after securing a 5G radio contract in one of three tenders held by operator China Mobile.

A Strong Result for Vodafone in the Last Quarter

Vodafone Group had a strong opening to its fiscal year 2022.