Huawei has taken the wraps off its new MateBook X Pro notebook and MediaPad M5 series tablets, with the latter coming in three models.
Huawei's commercial 5G terminal device comes in mmWave and sub-6GHz models, and supports theoretical speeds of up to 2.3Gbps.
Mobile World Congress is the premier trade show for mobile hardware, software, accessories and services. We regularly see new smartphones and wearables, some good and some bad, so let's take a glance at the past five years.
Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet. One of these could be your best bet.
Going mobile? Stay secure. Here's how find an effective VPN service. (Hint: You can't trust every VPN provider.)
Optus Go Cloud, Optus Go Connectivity, and Optus Go Collaboration will provide as-a-service offerings for enterprise customers, billed on a monthly basis.
There’s a vast selection of software containers, as well as proprietary and open source hypervisors—which makes it tough to zero in on the best solution for your virtual container needs. This side-by-side...
Following up its successful KT relationship for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, Intel has announced a partnership with NTT DoCoMo for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to provide 5G technology.
Telstra and Ericsson will be providing live demos of their 2Gbps 4G speeds during MWC 2018, attained using carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO, and 256 QAM.
Telstra's 5G network will be going live in major cities and some regional areas in 2019, with the telco to conduct trials with Ericsson and Intel and deploy more than 1,000 small cells during 2018.
In the early days of the PC revolution, Microsoft aggressively pursued the consumer market with products and services built for fun and games. In recent years, with the notable exception of Xbox and related gaming products, Microsoft has been killing off those products. Here's a look at the departed.