IBM's nanoscale analog computers could solve the big-data energy crunch facing traditional architectures.
Apple has managed to keep the iPhone a premium brand for over a decade, but now it's time to expand into lower-priced categories.
Chinese vendor describes US export ban as unacceptable, adding that it has invested significant efforts since April 2016 in ensuring compliance with export laws and, if necessary, will seek judicial recourse to protect its interests.
Ericsson has reported a net loss of 700 million Swedish Kronor on net sales of 43.3 billion SEK for Q1 2018, saying its 5G, cloud, automation, and machine intelligence R&D investments will continue.
Telstra, Optus, Vodafone Australia, and Pivotel have all clocked in with higher complaints ratios in the quarterly telecommunications complaints in context report.
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Following months of "rigorous global executive search", the Singapore telco unveils Peter Kaliaropoulos as its new chief, who will take over from outgoing CEO Tan Tong Hai in July 2018.
South Korea's 5G spectrum auction kicking off in June will have a starting price of 3.3 trillion won ($3.09 billion) for bandwidth of the 3.5GHz and 28GHz spectrum.
The UK could look to push influence in the Asia-Pacific region by joining the TPP trade deal and is holding preliminary discussions on this, according to Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The Victorian government has asked for privacy safeguards and further clarification on who can access Australia's Face Identification Service before the Bill is set in stone.