The British government is pushing through an 'open' agenda that will restrict operators' freedom of choice.
German operator said to be the first telco to join the mobile-first Celo Alliance for Prosperity and buys native token CELO.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup:; Virgin Media touts DOCSIS-based speeds; Telenor combines with Oracle and more on 5G SA offering; UK government probes Nvidia-Arm deal.
China's second-biggest network equipment maker is allowed to buy US technology and supply that to Chinese mobile operators, raising awkward questions for America's new president.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Nokia combines with Edzcom on private 5G network; Lycamobile has a new boss; Ericsson bags design prize.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Romania bans Huawei; VEON co-CEO steps down; Nokia claims mmWave breakthrough; hologram pizzas.
A government-appointed taskforce wants to interfere in the decisions that operators make about their suppliers, according to a report.
The acceleration program has so far helped nurture 800 startups of which 250 have worked directly with the Spanish telco.
The Taiwanese foundry is struggling to keep up with demand for chips, partly because there are so few alternatives for its customers.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Cosmote to shut down 3G services; MTS switches on 5G in Moscow with Huawei; Liberty Global trials Teleste's DAA in UK.
Italy's new government diverts an extra $3 billion from the EU COVID-19 recovery fund to ultrafast infrastructure.
Letter calls for EU Parliament to stand up for user privacy rights in reform of ePrivacy directive, and not defend the interests of tech giants.
Competition authorities have few worries about the UK tie-up, but customers and employees may feel differently.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vector Photonics bag equity funding; German data protection regulator clamps down on Facebook; Spotify suffers branding car-crash moment.
The Chinese equipment giant questions the need for 6G and even 5G technology as protectionism looms and US sanctions force a strategic shift.
German operator teams with Ericsson, Nokia, Oppo and Qualcomm to cast 5G adrift from LTE.
UK battery manufacturer looks to 5G VR digital twin solution to boost productivity.
The companies promise a 64T64R radio unit competitive with the best from traditional players by late 2021.
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson drives private network for automotive testbed; Openreach invests £100 million in Northern Ireland; Three UK hires new CTO.
Elon Musk's brain-machine interface tech firm shows a macaque monkey playing 'mind-pong' with the aid of an implanted wireless chip.