Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica and Vodafone have made a joint commitment they hope will accelerate ecosystem development.
Telstra has thrown down the gauntlet on 5G – and NBN Co has picked it up. The operator unveiled its first 5G home service three months ago, promising to expand availability.
Drawn-out $4.5 billion merger overcomes the final hurdle as China's antitrust regulator, the SAMR, approves merger on condition fair competition is protected.
India's Reliance Jio Infocomm is planning to relaunch its low-cost 4G feature phone, JioPhone, in the first half of 2021, according to media reports.
Trump's exit may force Bolsonaro to bow to local industry demand to allow Huawei to participate in 5G.
Chen Zhongyue was previously executive vice president and deputy party secretary at China Telecom.
With hours left in the White House, Donald Trump waves one last fist at China's Huawei, revoking licenses for Intel and other suppliers to sell to it.
Supreme Administrative Court calls time on Chinese supplier's 5G hopes. Spectrum auction to start next Tuesday.
In an eleventh-hour move, the Trump administration bans US investors from owning shares in Xiaomi and other Chinese tech companies.
Operators still leaning on price to drive 5G, waiting for new apps and use cases to drive usage even in northeast Asia, with 216 million subscribers.
The Indian operators are no longer loss-making, but that has come at a heavy cost for employees.
The blocking of websites by the country's service providers represents an unfortunate milestone.
CEO presents a refreshed management team as the Swedish operator enters a critical period of its transformation phase.
Former employee is accused of having accessed a SoftBank server and emailed technical data to himself on his last day at the company.
The social media firm has made changes that allow it to share more user data with parent company Facebook, provoking a backlash.
The Indian operators say the government has overestimated the amount they owe in licensing fees and related penalties.
The supply chain could struggle to keep pace with surging demand this year.
China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom Hong Kong dropped $5.6B market cap after Trump made NYSE delist them, eyeing Alibaba and Tencent next.
Acacia says China's State Administration for Market Regulation didn't approve the deal, but Cisco claims the agency has provided signoff for its purchase of Acacia.
In another sign that 2021 may not be so different from 2020, Huawei is already dominating the news cycle.