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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.
EU regulators face unhappy calls for a regulatory revamp in the region, moving to policies which allow cost-effective deployment of 5G, drive development of the digital economy and cut inequality in access to technology.
Before the end of the year, Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica/o2 aim to overcome several hundred gray spots in 4G network coverage for their customers.
Google threatened to pull its search engine from Australia if the nation passes a law requiring the company to negotiate payment terms with local publishers to access their content.
Steve Rai, BlackBerry financial chief, confirmed press reports stating the fallen handset giant had sold several patents covering mobile technology to Huawei.
Telefónica agreed to sell its subsidiary Telxius Telecom to American Tower Corporation for the sale of its telecommunications towers division in Europe and in Latin America.
Intel announced that its board of directors has appointed Pat Gelsinger as its new chief executive officer, effective February 15.
IBM scientists and researchers received 9,130 U.S. patents in 2020, the most of any company, marking 28 consecutive years of their patent leadership.
Huawei filed legal action against a decision allowing Sweden to resume its 5G auction process.
Xiaomi revealed details of Mi 11, its new flagship smartphone.
Lenovo announced its latest offering to support remote workers, a zero-touch enrollment on company's Chrome OS devices.
Samsung teased the launch of its next Galaxy flagship lineup next week at an online event themed Welcome to the Everyday Epic.
With the help of The Weather Company, consumers will have the option to make more informed decisions in their households that aim to help them increase energy efficiency and lessen their impact on the environment.
5G and fiber optics have determined Deutsche Telekom's network expansion in 2020.
IBM and Airbnb have settled the patent lawsuit between the companies commenced in 2020 in Federal District Court in Delaware, and the case has been dismissed.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has officially signed an attractive partnership with Ultra 4K Extreme for the European market.
The European Commission approved Google’s acquisition of Fitbit following an in-depth probe into competition and privacy implications.
Samsung made a significant performance breakthrough on its 5G SA Core, in collaboration with Intel.
Consumer virtual reality content will bring over $7 billion in revenue in 2025, an increase of over 160% on the $3 billion it is expected to generate in 2020, according to Juniper Research.
Amazon Web Services announced that Twitter has selected AWS to provide global cloud infrastructure to deliver Twitter timelines.
The COVID-19 pandemic has largely proven to be an accelerator of cloud adoption and extension and will continue to drive a faster conversion to cloud-centric IT, according to IDC.
Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone have signed a contract for a longstanding cooperation in the fixed line network segment.
Ericsson unveiled plans for a 5G centre of excellence and an increase in its UK workforce.
IBM Security announced new technology initiatives leveraging Amazon Web Services.
The US Federal Communications Commission declined a Huawei appeal to reconsider a designation of it as a security threat.
Tremendous demand fueled by working and learning from home led the global PC monitor market to impressive heights during the back-to-school quarter (3Q20), according to IDC.
Tele2 will sell its German division to the unit’s management for an enterprise value of up to €22.8 million.
Ericsson and Telstra will collaborate to develop an enterprise edge cloud solution developed specifically for the Telstra domain.
The EMEA smartphone market threw off the coronavirus blues in the third quarter, bouncing back to register some growth over the same period in 2019, according to IDC.
Nokia has been selected by China Mobile IoT (CMIoT) to ensure delivery of IoT connectivity and services to CMIoT’s customers across China and globally.
TIM has signed a strategic agreement with Eutelsat to expand its offer of satellite ultrabroadband services.
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm criticised Sweden’s decision to ban Huawei from involvement in an upcoming 5G auction.
Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm said that the vendor has successfully completed its turnaround plan.
Following the merger of T-Mobile US and Sprint, Deutsche Telekom’s key financials increased significantly in the thrid quarter of 2020.
Nokia announced a new services deal with A1 Austria.
Vodafone UK plans to deploy open RAN in 2,600 network sites by 2027.
Chinese vendor Huawei unveiled its latest flagship smartphones, the Mate 40 series.
Ericsson turned to a profit and posted a revenue rise in the third quarter of 2020. The turnaround on a yearly basis was boosted by continued traction for its 5G portfolio including wins in China.
During the third quarter of 2020, IBM posted solid financial results with significant rise in revenue from cloud services.
Apple unveiled iPhone 12 family, the new generation of its well known smartphone and the first one enabled for fifth generation mobile networks.
Ericsson and China Telecom have successfully completed China’s first 5G Standalone Ericsson Spectrum Sharing data call on a commercial network.
Bosch, Mercedes-Benz, and the parking garage operator Apcoa want to introduce driverless and fully automated parking at Stuttgart airport in the future.
The video games industry will exceed $200 billion in value in 2023; growing from an expected $155 billion in 2020, according to Juniper Research.
5G-enabled industries have the potential to deliver $8 trillion in value to the global economy by 2030 according to new research from Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs.
Acronis announced a new partnership in the Adriatic region, naming ZEBRA SYSTEMS as an official distributor of their products and services in nearly 10 countries.
Bharti Airtel, India’s largest communications service provider, and Ericsson have strengthened their long-standing partnership.
GSMA has announced it will host MWC Africa in Kigali, Rwanda in 2021, bringing the leading global event series to the continent for the first time.
Microsoft announced they're building a carrier-grade cloud, thus entering 5G cloud arena.
The European Commission has taken new steps in the Digital Decade agenda to strengthen Europe's digital sovereignty.
Ericsson will acquire Cradlepoint, the US-based company specialized in Wireless Edge WAN 4G and 5G Enterprise solutions.
T-Mobile US signed a deal which is expected to deliver up to $17 billion in incremental revenue for American Tower.
Apple unveiled updates to its products, though a new, 5G version iPhone wasn't presented.
Telefónica announced it has switched on its 5G network in Spain.
Only days before a brand licensing deal with TCL Communication expired, US company OnwardMobility announced a deal with BlackBerry.