Three Chinese operators steer a steady course in the first three quarters of the year with moderate revenue growth.
Toyota is to invest another 52.2 billion yen (US$500 million) in KDDI as part of a deal to collaborate on connected car technologies.
The services and Mac divisions are flying high in the pandemic, and the iPhone looks set for a 5G rebound.
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Emerging-markets operator regains some confidence in the third quarter, and unveils plan to flog Armenian operations for $51 million.
But few customers are likely to feel the benefit of forthcoming reductions, according to analysts.
Pekka Lundmark makes a clean break with the Suri regime and promises to do 'whatever it takes' to lead in 5G.
Chinese supplier boasts solid top-line performance, but operating costs rocket, thanks to wounds incurred in the battle with the US.
Moving away from the single lane, Facebook sees co-investment and partnership as a solution to the digital divide.
Singapore's mobile operator Singtel and ridesharing app Grab look to combine their users and set up a digital bank, if they can snag a license.
Fast-growing semiconductor firm ups the data center ante with biggest-ever acquisition, a $35 billion all-stock deal, expected to close by end of 2021.
India's service providers want an auction – tech giants like Google, Facebook and ISPs want 5G E-band (71-76 GHz) and V-band (57-64 GHz) spectrum delicensed.
The Japanese government has begun a push to drive down mobile prices, estimated to cost up to three times more than other leading markets.
The Swedish vendor takes a big disaggregation step and dangles the prospect of an open RAN product set in future.
Taiwanese firm on maneuvers to try and protect iPhone business from China's 'little Foxconn.'
Bharti Airtel hopes its cloud-based omnichannel communications platform IQ, aimed at enterprise and SMEs, will grab India's lucrative cloud comms market.
Just give it time, says the man from the ministry.
US sanctions are starting to slow Huawei down, with the Chinese vendor reporting a slide in growth and profit margin.
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India's second-largest service provider, Bharti Airtel, will develop its own technology across 5G, home broadband and IoT working with local and international firms.