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Nokia quarterly revenue to get 5G boost before coronavirus impact felt; eyes US telecom companies for growth
Nokia has been hampered by delays in its 5G system-on-chip (SoC) development, which allows a single chip to carry an entire computer system and should enable it to produce its network technology more cheaply.
China asks US to correct 'wrong actions' for trade talks to continue after Huawei blacklist
Huawei uses ARM blueprints to design the processors that power its smartphones.
Sprint, T-Mobile merger wins support of the chairman of the US telecommunications regulator
T-Mobile also promised that the new company would build a “world-leading 5G” network.
SoftBank launches $5 billion fund to invest in Latin American tech companies
The fund will invest across the region, targeting the same sectors as SoftBank’s existing investments
T-Mobile executives spent $195,000 at Trump Hotel since Sprint merger annoucement
The Washington Post reported that T-Mobile executives had reserved at least 52 nights at the hotel.
Huawei units plead not guilty to trade secret theft charges, trail set for 2020
The Huawei units were charged in an indictment last month claiming they conspired to steal trade secrets.
US is investigating Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets: Report
T-Mobile alleged in a 2014 lawsuit that Huawei employees stole technology relating to a smartphone-testing robot.
Deutsche Telekom, Orange refuse 5G infrastructure help from Huawei
Deutsche Telekom review comes as US regulators scrutinize the proposed $26 billion takeover by T-Mobile.
FCC launches first high-band 5G spectrum auction in the US
AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc, Sprint Corp, and T-Mobile US Inc are working to acquire the 5G spectrum.
Trump signs presidential memorandum to develop spectrum strategy for 5G in the US
The goal is to ensure there is enough spectrum to handle the growing amount of internet and wireless traffic
T-Mobile discovers security breach, may have affected over 2 million users' data
The cyber-security team found and shut down unauthorized access to certain information on 20 August.
OnePlus 6T to reportedly launch in October, may be priced slightly steep
The smartphone is believed to be specially optimised with T-Mobile, and will be price up to $550.
Sprint partners with LG to launch 5G smartphone in first half of 2019 in US
The price of the phone and exact launch date will be announced later, Sprint said in a news release.
Nokia to supply T-Mobile with $3.5 billion worth of 5G network gear
5G networks promise to deliver faster speeds for mobile phone users.
Verizon to stop selling customers’ phone location data to third parties
Verizon's move comes as consumers are increasingly concerned about privacy and security.
FCC is looking into a website flaw in the US that could have exposed mobile phone locations without user consent
A security researcher said earlier this week that data from LocationSmart, a California-based tech firm, could have been used to track mobile consumers.
Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son confirms deal to sell Flipkart stake to US retail giant Walmart
SoftBank Group CEO Masayoshi Son said Wednesday it has reached an agreement to sell its stake in Indian e-commerce company Flipkart to Walmart
US bans American companies from selling components to China's ZTE for seven years
American companies are estimated to provide 25% to 30% of the components used in ZTE's equipment, which includes networking gear and smartphones.
AT&T to launch 5G mobile services in a dozen cities of the US by late 2018
AT&T expects deployment of 5G service as early as late 2018. Verizon Communications Inc is launching a similar service in three to five markets in 2018.
Amazon, Microsoft and other tech firm employees in Seattle found to be purchasing services from trafficked sex workers, reveals Newsweek investigation
Amazon said, the company will immediately investigate and take appropriate action up to and including termination.