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Apple takes pole position in the 5G race

Demand for the high-speed technology is fueling take-up of its latest iPhone, according to CEO Tim Cook.

Huawei demotes AV chief over Tesla 'killing' comments

Su Jing clears desk, gets sent for further 'training,' after suggesting autonomous cars will inevitably cause road deaths.

MediaTek: We will not be deterred

MediaTek, which is locked in an increasingly contentious battle with rival Qualcomm, this week raised its 2021 annual revenue growth target from around 40% to above 45%.

Intel turns chipmaker for Qualcomm in odd couple tie-up

The US chips giant has named Qualcomm as the first customer of its new foundry business, raising questions about a conflict of interest.

China tech clampdown now targets edutech and market abuses

China's tech crackdown continues to roll on, this time targeting edutech and anti-competitive behavior by Internet firms.

Standalone shaping up to be 5G's next big flop

The industry is aflutter about the souped-up version of 5G, but everyone else should curb their enthusiasm.

Ericsson 5G deal with O2 cements its core dominance in UK

While the government worries about RAN diversity, UK operators have become heavily reliant on Ericsson for their 5G cores.

Another AGR blow to India telcos – especially Vodafone Idea

India's Supreme Court rejected the appeal by telcos, including Vodafone Idea, to rectify the 'errors' in the Adjusted Gross Revenue calculations.

Vocus goes private for $2.6B in frothy Australian market

Low interest rates have fueled a flurry of telco deals and listings in Australia and New Zealand.

5G core spend is on a roll, says Dell'Oro

China sets 5GC pace, but overall mobile core network is expected to grow at a much slower rate over the next five years.

Akamai outage is latest warning about Internet dependency

A small number of companies, most of them based in America, now play host to critical systems used globally.

Open RAN adds to 6G dilemma

Ericsson reckons the in-vogue technology concept will be a 'fundamental' part of 6G, opening another Pandora's box for the mobile industry.

Huawei fails latest (pointless) UK security check-up

Regardless of the assessment by UK cyber experts, the Chinese vendor's nationality is sufficient to condemn it.

Hellish ride is not enough to put Telenor off Asia

Despite multi-billion-dollar losses, military coups and spats with aggressive shareholders, the Norwegian operator is still enthused by markets to the east.

Debt-laden China chip champion Unigroup faces fire sale

China's march to semiconductor independence hits another hurdle: bankruptcy of one of the biggest state-backed chip companies, Tsinghua Unigroup.

Ericsson pain is Nokia gain in China 5G latest

The Swedish vendor loses out in the 5G contract just awarded by China Mobile, but there is good news for its Finnish rival.

VEON CEO to boldly go where few telcos have won before

Highly regarded for the success of his digital strategy at Turkcell, Kaan Terzioglu is trying to repeat the same feat across one of the world's largest telco groups.

Australian govt. ready to tip $1B into Digicel Pacific to head off China

Another front has opened up in the Pacific telecom cold war, with the Australian government to fund Telstra's acquisition of debt-laden Digicel Pacific.

India is in the midst of a data center boom

The market is booming on the back of ever-growing data consumption and legal data localization requirements – as Google announces a cluster of data centers.

LG U+ and KDDI club together on 5G, 6G

South Korean and Japanese operators sign MoU to explore new business applications for 5G and strengthen collaboration on 6G tech.

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