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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/21/2017
Google has once again reaffirmed its dedication to mobile hardware, paying $1.1 billion for the HTC team that designed its Pixel smartphone.
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By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 9/15/2017
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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/15/2017
Could the vehicles of the future help prevent one of the most troubling forms of modern urban terrorism?
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/14/2017
SAN FRANCISCO -- Mobile World Congress Americas 2017 -- Apple's forthcoming iPhones don't support one of latest 4G upgrades now being talked up by US operators: ...
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 9/13/2017
Apple's desperately awaited new iPhone has finally arrived, and the big news -- which most of us learned through a drip feed of leaks over the past few days -- is ...
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By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/8/2017
Google is reportedly said to be considering buying -- or investing in -- Taiwanese Android smartphone maker HTC, as part of the tech giant's renewed push into mobile ...
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 9/8/2017
Sweden's Telia is rolling out a new software application that predicts when a smartphone is about to malfunction and advises the customer to take remedial action.
By Gagandeep Kaur, Contributing Editor, 9/5/2017
A new player in any industry will aim to be disruptive and shake up the established order. In India's fast-consolidating mobile market, Reliance Jio, with its launch ...
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 9/4/2017
A lot of the buzz at the upcoming inaugural Mobile World Congress Americas show in San Francisco will be about forthcoming 5G services, but the next major technology ...
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 9/4/2017
SK Telecom has perhaps inadvertently dealt a blow to the business case for 5G with tests that cut latency on a 4G network to a level that can support 5G-like services.
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 9/1/2017
Deutsche Telekom claims to have turned on Europe's first 5G connection on a commercial network in Germany in a technology demonstration that hints at the nature of ...
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Scott Ferguson, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, 9/21/2017
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Mitch Wagner, Editor, Enterprise Cloud, 9/21/2017
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Mike Robuck, Editor, Telco Transformation, 9/20/2017
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Travis Ewert, SVP, Global Network Software Development, Level 3 Communications, 9/20/2017
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