But execs don't have much new to say about the proposed Sprint merger.
George Jijiashvili, senior analyst at Omdia, explains why cloud gaming and esports will be hot topics in Barcelona.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange challenges boldly in Belgium; Swisscom's uphill struggle; Deutsche Telekom's love pants.
The Chinese vendor has gone on the attack against Verizon, claiming the US service provider violated its intellectual property.
Startup makes progress on user-installed rival to cellular IoT.
With exhibitors pulling out and cities under lockdown, this year's MWC could see a fall in attendee numbers, despite what its organizer says.
With a major Apple supplier buying a UWB chipmaker, and possible new location tags from Apple itself, the vendor might be moving deeper into UWB location tech.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: UK government knocks heads together on shared rural network; network performance surveys ahoy; Ericsson and Nokia expose themselves.
Federated Wireless CEO Iyad Tarazi fills us in on the future for CBRS now that the spectrum has reached the commercial deployment phase.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Altice makes moves in Israel; Italy fines operators for billing collusion; Belgian regulator proposes temporary spectrum licenses.
Silicon Valley startup Roambee is well established in cellular IoT and low power wide area asset tracking.
As the UK officially quits the European Union, its government says there is no guarantee roaming charges will not make an unwelcome return.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Italy's cool with Huawei, but former Aussie spy isn't; Telefónica launches new unit for smoother sales processes; Tele2 gets nod for Croatian sale.
Aided by Disney+ promotion, operator reports 790,000 phone net adds in Q4 2019.
On the back of a better-than-expected quarter, Apple's Tim Cook said that the company is carefully watching the 5G space. But he didn't offer any indication about what Apple might do in 5G.
AT&T execs expect a 5G phone upgrade 'uptick' in the second half of 2020.
The Chinese vendor shipped the most 5G smartphones last year, but Samsung is snapping at its heels and 5G iPhones could reshape the market later in 2020.
Verizon, Charter, Boingo and others alight on CBRS for wireless network densification, private networks and more.
A deadly disease in China is having an impact on the telecom sector.
Will the growth of 5G networks coupled with ever-cheaper 5G phones conspire to produce a 'super cycle' in the industry? Carrier executives aren't sure, but billions of dollars hang in the balance.