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Key developments related to mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.
By Mitch Wagner, Executive Editor, Light Reading, 12/11/2018
Until recently, enterprise networks could remain static for years, but now new devices and the cloud require rapid evolution, creating service provider opportunities, says Scott Harrell, Cisco enterprise networking business lead.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 12/10/2018
A court in China has told Apple to stop infringing on Qualcomm patents and, in doing so, it called for Apple's subsidiaries to halt sales of the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.
By Iain Morris, International Editor, 12/10/2018
The arrest of Huawei's CFO on charges of fraud dominates headlines, but US hawks could seek to cripple Huawei in several ways.
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By Light Reading, 12/7/2018
Live from a shiny hotel in Lisbon, the podders hint at what's been discussed at LR's hush-hush 2020 Vision event, before moving on to Huawei's horrorshow, 5G smartphones and Iain's lunch.
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 12/7/2018
As the volume of annoying robocalls continues to rise, an industry-wide effort to authenticate calls across carriers hopes to satisfy regulators.
By Paul Rainford, Assistant Editor, Europe, 12/6/2018
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Huawei finds solace in Portugal; French fiber pushes on; Colt expands in central and eastern Europe; VEON's new man in Ukraine; Nokia gets busy in China and Brazil.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 12/5/2018
Fingers can block signals from the phone antenna, so phone designers will have to work around that.
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By Jeff Baumgartner, Senior Editor, Light Reading, 12/5/2018
But cable operator is still evaluating its pricing and business model for mobile as it prepares to launch service in 1H 2019.
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 12/4/2018
AT&T horns in on the 5G smartphone game with Samsung too!
By Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, 12/4/2018
Verizon CEO doesn't want to name a 'killer app' for 5G, but he has a few ideas.
By Steve Polsky, Founder & CEO, Juvo, 12/4/2018
The emergence of the eSIM will make it easier for customers to change operators and force the industry to have a proper conversation about the largely overlooked prepaid side of the business.
By Iain Morris, News Editor, 12/3/2018
All three mobile operators in South Korea have now launched 5G networks, and their focus is on the business rather than the consumer market.
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New Google+ Bug Affects 52M Users, Accelerating Site's Demise
Scott Ferguson, Managing Editor, Light Reading, 12/11/2018
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