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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.
A former Huawei-owned smartphone manufacturer Honor is rumoured to be at risk of similar sanctions to former parent company.
Telefonica partnered with a Spanish venture capital company K to launch a fund seeking to raise between €150 million and €250 million.
Three years ago, A1’s Intrapreneurship Program “Empowering Ideas” resulted in a winning security service, called Offensity.
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 launched latest iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch at its annual launch event.
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 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 needs to change some of the App Store rules, a U.S. federal judge ruled.
German monopolies commission used an election process to reiterate calls for the telecoms sector to be overhauled.
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.
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.
Fraunhofer and IBM officially unveiled Germany’s first IBM Quantum System One to the public.
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 announced record financial results for its fiscal 2022 second quarter.
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.
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 confirmed hackers gained access to some of its data.
Microsoft's Azure Government Top Secret cloud received authorisation making it available to US national security agencies.
Huawei announced its plan to invest US$100 million in startup support at the inaugural HUAWEI CLOUD Spark Founders Summit.
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 posted record fiscal first quarter results for the Group.
Samsung launched third generation of its foldable devices.
Nokia opened its first Open RAN (O-RAN) Collaboration and Testing Center at its offices in Dallas, Texas.
Samsung announced its new wearable processor, the Exynos W920.
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.
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.
Spanish based operator Telefonica raised its full year outlook after posting an all-time record net income.
Nokia's net sales grew 9 percent on constant currency in the second quarter of 2021.
TSMC chairman Mark Liu reportedly confirmed the company was considering creating its first semiconductor plant in Europe.
A total of 23 EU countries could be taken to court for lacking to enact EU copyright rules into national law.
Ericsson and Telia have joined forces with Qualcomm to take 5G innovation to a new level by jointly testing a new industry-first feature in Telia’s commercial 5G network.
Spain earned €1.1 billion in a delayed auction for 5G-suitable frequencies in the 700MHz band.
IBM reported a very good second quarter of 2021.
Telefonica struck a €200 million deal to sell a controlling stake in its fibre network in Colombia to investment company KKR, as part of the operator’s ongoing push to cut debt.
CK Hutchison and Cellnex Telecom were granted five days to address UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) concerns over a planned sale of tower assets to avoid a deeper probe into the deal.
Kjell Johnsen, CEO of Tele2 Group, noted there are improvements in business areas most hampered by COVID-19.
EU’s data protection watchdog ordered an urgent probe into how Facebook uses data generated through its WhatsApp platform.
Digital banking app Revolut raised nearly $800 million in a new funding round led by Softbank's Vision Fund and Tiger Global Management.
IBM announced plans to acquire BoxBoat Technologies, a premier DevOps consultancy and enterprise Kubernetes certified service provider.
AT&T, Nvidia, Samsung America, Qualcomm and InterDigital supported a 6G research project in the US.
Samsung expects that operating profit will surge in the second quarter of 2021, driven by memory chip sales and strong demand for electronics equipment stemming from continued COVID-19 restrictions.
Deutsche Telekom started a process to sell its T-Mobile Netherlands subsidiary.
IBM President Jim Whitehurst will step down from his position.
South Korea is planning a deployment of the world’s first commercial 6G network in 2028.
According to media reports, Intel approached chip design start-up SiFive regarding an investment or acquisition.
BioNTech and Siemens intend to expand their strategic cooperation.
UK mobile operator EE plans to charge customers more for using their plans in EU from January 2022.
Microsoft officially unveiled the latest version of its Windows operating system. Windows 11 is designed to be a more simplified version of the world's most popular desktop OS.
Global operator-led mobile messaging revenue will increase from $87 billion in 2020 to $88 billion in 2025, according to Juniper Research.
IBM is creating the Center for Government Cybersecurity, a collaborative environment focused on helping federal agencies address current and future cybersecurity threats.
Nokia, Qualcomm and UScellular achieved a world record extended range over mmWave of more than 10km utilizing its 5G extended-range millimeter Wave solution on a commercial network.
Seven European governments signed a deal that should improve the environmental credentials of devices including smartphones and laptop PCs.
Samsung introduced its newest radio frequency technology based on 8-nanometer process.
Japanese and Finnish mobile technology organisations agreed to collaborate on the development of 6G technologies.
In the German town of Dresden, Bosch opened one of the world’s most modern wafer fabs.
A glitch has taken down thousands of government, news and social media websites across the globe.
The data privacy management software market saw soaring growth in 2020 with worldwide revenues up 46.1% year over year, according to IDC.
Daimler and Nokia have signed a patent licensing agreement.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co is working with a group of more than 20 Japanese companies on chipmaking technology.
China Telecom said it is the first operator in the world to break 100 million connections on its NB-IoT network.
HP beat Wall Street estimates in its second fiscal quarter of 2021.
Lenovo Group had record results for both its fourth quarter and fiscal year, with growth across all parts of the business.
The University of Rome Unitelma Sapienza and TIM have signed a memorandum of understanding to create the Communication and Digital Media Academy.
Mike Sievert, president and CEO of T-Mobile US, said that the market is on the brink of a return to normal customer churn patterns.
Nokia and Proximus turned on the world’s fastest fiber access network in Antwerp, Belgium.
Germany pushed forward with plans to fund 5,000 masts in areas with severely limited mobile coverage, after the European Commission signed-off the €1.1 billon scheme.
Amazon and MGM announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Amazon will acquire MGM for a purchase price of $8.45 billion.
Ericsson warned it will face a higher risk of taking lower market share in China than it currently holds.
Telecom Italia is confident it will achieve its targets for 2021, despite revenue remaining flat at €3.8 billion in the first quarter.
According to media reports, Deutsche Telekom entered talks with SoftBank Group to buy the Japanese company’s stake in T-Mobile US.
Deutsche Telekom plans to significantly accelerate its growth in the coming years.
AT&T will combine its WarnerMedia unit with pay-TV broadcaster Discovery.
Nokia was selected by Swisscom to transform the operator’s existing infrastructure to a fully automated and high capacity optical transport network.
IBM unveiled a breakthrough in semiconductor design and process with the development of the world's first chip announced with 2 nanometer nanosheet technology.
Microsoft had more than satisfying quarter that ended March 31.
Huawei felt the full impact of US trade restrictions during the first quarter of 2021.
Intel reported financial results for the first quarter of 2021. Its PC chip business had sales of $10.6 billion, ahead of analyst expectations of $10.17 billion.
The European Commission proposed new rules covering the impact of AI on humans and businesses.
IBM recorded highest quarterly sales growth in more two years and beat analysts' estimates.
Apple unveiled a number of innovations at its latest virtual product launch, including an iPad Pro incorporating 5G and an AirTag tracking tile which will attach to non-Apple products.
Sony unveiled a trio of Xperia smartphones, including two in its flagship range promoted on the inclusion of variable telephoto lens technology, along with a 5G handset targeted at bringing the technology to the mass market.
Finnish mobile brand HMD Global introduces six new Nokia phones across three distinct lines.
Nokia concluded a multi-year, multi-technology patent cross-license agreement with Lenovo.
The GSMA reached agreement with Spanish authorities to exempt those attending MWC Barcelona 2021 from entry restrictions imposed on the majority of people arriving from outside EU.
Ericsson has partnered with Deutsche Telekom and Cosmote to trial and test an answer to the challenge, using W-band as 5G backhaul spectrum.
Ericsson has launched a new network programmability tool, called 5G Core Policy Studio.
The US Army announced that it will work with Microsoft on the production phase of the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) program.
Hrvatski Telekom is the first telecom in Croatia to be awarded the Cycle-Friendly Employer.
Nokia presented its business turnaround plan. CEO Pekka Lundmark is challenging the company to elevate itself into a position to shape next-generation access technology and connected enterprise opportunities as 5G hits its potential.
Four operators in the UK auctioned a combined £1.36 billion for fresh allocations of 5G suitable frequencies.
Marc Allera, BT Group consumer CEO, called for net neutrality rules in the UK to be eased.
Deutsche Telekom continues to spread their NB-IoT roaming agreements.
Canada will follow in the footsteps of Australia by introducing legislation requiring Facebook to pay for news content from local publishers.
Deutsche Telekom announced plans to test standalone (SA) 5G using an antenna site in Garching, a town just outside Munich.
IBM has renewed a contract with the U.S. Army to continue providing a full portfolio of IT management services to the U.S. Army Materiel Command Logistics Data Analysis Center (LDAC).
Borje Ekholm, Ericsson CEO, is concerned about the lack of incentive for operators in Europe to build 5G infrastructure.
The number of international roaming subscribers dropped by 73% to 243 million globally in 2020; caused by travel restrictions arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Juniper Research.
European institute CEA-Leti announced the launch of a EU 6G research project.
Xiaomi initiated legal action against two US government departments seeking to overturn a ban on local investors owning shares in the Chinese device maker.