The Mountain View, Calif.-headquartered company is also pushing out Google Cloud DNS into general availability trailed by a beta version of the VPN.
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Samsung and HTC already revealed 2015 flagships, all three versions are available now, and LG looks to be announcing the G4 at the end of the month.
A dual-SIM 3G smartphone running Ubuntu (for Phones), the BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition demonstrates that the OS can run well on a mid-range phone originally designed for Android. However, Canonical's platform is a work in (rapid) progress, rather than a fully formed mobile phone OS.
LG Electronics' soon-to-be-unveiled G4 smartphone will be the first to use the company's new UX 4.0 software.
The domain hosting service has been humming along with a highly-anticipated initial public offering plan, and now it looks like shares are poised to get off to a good start very soon.
South Korean mobile operator, LG Uplus, says it will slash its investment in tri-band LTE-Advanced networks due to high costs and will instead use the funds to improve its existing services.
Australian telecommunications complaints have lowered for the fourth quarter in a row, despite teclos reporting that they have increased their customer numbers.
ZTE has said that its 4G solutions, including its Cloud Radio, QCel, and UBR, drove the company's net profit to 2.63 billion yuan for the 2014 financial year.
Deutsche Telekom will use its broad presence in Europe to put its stamp on the emerging 5G standard.
The firm's State of the Internet report found average connection speeds rose 20 percent annually. However, due to the FCC's change in broadband definition, Akamai will rethink the report going forward.
Telstra has started putting in place the infrastructure and logistics work needed to provide its 4G service as a wholesale product to resellers by June next year.
This week in the world of Android we saw the opening of a physical Google Store, the end of the Nexus 5, and we heard word of USB C coming to Android phones in a big way.
Operators may still be rolling out LTE-A, but in the city of Oulu, a test bed will soon let guinea pigs get their first taste of 5G.
5G was one of the dominant themes at this year's MWC, but is the next-gen network too much too soon for many operators?
Version 5.1 doesn't bring a colossal wave of changes, but it does make a bit more out of what you've already got.
While 4G was about offering increased capacity and speeds for data-hungry users, vendors, telcos, and regulators are working to ensure that 5G is all about coping with the rise of connected machines.
Ericsson taps Swedish academia and industry to dig up use cases that might make 5G compelling for operators to invest in.
As 3GPP standards for 5G emerge, Nokia and NTT DoCoMo have demonstrated 2Gbps speeds in an indoor trial in Barcelona.
NBN Co has successfully conducted trials to use the 3.5GHz spectrum band for its fixed-wireless network in partnership with Ericsson.
Telstra and Ericsson have kicked off Mobile World Congress by announcing faster 4G, LTE Broadcast, VoLTE, and plans to explore 5G.
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