By ZDNet Staff
| May 14, 2009 -- 06:34 GMT (23:34 PDT)
| Topic: Mobility
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KT 5G being launched by Ericsson
KT’s 5G network will be commercially launched in early April, with the Korean carrier partnering with Ericsson for the deployment.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G reportedly launching April 5
The Korea Herald has reported that Samsung's 5G smartphone will launch on April 5 without pre-orders.
Nokia firmware blunder sent some user data to China
Company behind Nokia smartphones accidentally left a data collection package inside some Nokia 7 Plus devices' firmware.
T-Mobile begins piloting in-home LTE internet service
The carrier said the goal is to connect up to 50,000 homes this year using fixed unlimited wireless service over LTE.
TPG-Vodafone merger decision set for May
May 9 will see the ACCC’s draft decision be finally handed down on whether TPG and Vodafone will be allowed to merge.
Galaxy S10 is doing well in China: Samsung mobile boss
Samsung co-CEO DJ Koh says the Galaxy S10 smartphone is selling well in China and will bring about a turnaround after two years of difficulty there.
Forget Apple's new AirPods: Samsung Buds provide better fit, more functionality for $70 less
Google Pixel 3a XL? They couldn't think of a worse name?
Phone names used to be simple. Google seems to have given up on that.