Huawei will continue trialling 5G with Singaporean carrier M1 for the next year.
The carrier is supplementing its LTE-M offering with a narrowband IoT network across the US and Mexico, which will launch in both regions during 2019.
The salesmanship is breathless. The promises are enormous. What could be better than this?
ZDNet unpacks the main points of Telstra's new three-year strategy, including the establishment of InfraCo and Global Business Services, and how it will handle NBN, 5G, and TPG.
The investment will cover R&D, products and consumption models for edge computing--an area that will combine 5G, IoT, cloud and analytics.
The Telstra2022 three-year program will see 8,000 jobs cut from the telco.
With the 3.5GHz and 28GHz spectrum auction complete, the South Korean government and telcos are set to roll out 5G in December.
Where the realities of maintaining a multi-terabit-per-second network mandate a new way of approaching the problem of orchestrating network services. By the time we're done, will we still have servers as we know them? And where will the edge actually be?
Huawei Australia has again said it is open and transparent about cybersecurity concerns, pushing for discussions with the federal government to take part in the 5G build-out.
Spectrum refarming and new technology to be a 4G foundation for Telstra as 5G approaches, its director of Networks Mike Wright has told ZDNet.
As the party in power when Huawei was banned from being involved in Australia's NBN, Shadow Minister for Defence Richard Marles has given a thumbs up to talk of the Chinese telecommunications giant being banned from 5G deployments.
Where the relocation of application intelligence from a client-side device to a centralized cloud sounds so much like a good idea that telecommunications engineers begin to ponder: Is this something we could have been doing with every mobile or embedded device all along?
Where the world's network operators debate what benefits there may be from relocating network functions from their base stations to cloud data centers. NFV can achieve many goals, yet stakeholders are far from agreement over which goals take precedent.
In the cities and municipalities of America, people's fears and misunderstandings about the onset of 5G wireless come to a head. Now, lawmakers and public officials are being prompted to make sudden moves that could change everything.
The world may not be prepared for microwave mirrors, street light hot-spots, and towers visible from every backyard. But if 4G's business model keeps heading the way it's heading, 5G may be the only alternative.
Some people complain that all smartphones today are black slabs. Actually, we have seen some brilliant colored phones the last couple of years so here's a few to consider.
In an effort to adopt the bezel-less design trend, smartphone makers have begun to push the display notch. Whether you love it or hate it, here are eight examples of phones with carved-out front tabs.
Forget the socks. Each of these tech gifts has been selected, reviewed and tested by a gadget-loving Dad. Practical and fun doesn't have to break the bank, either: Prices start at $10.
Here's are nine Apple products that you should think twice about before buying because they are old, newer versions are likely to land soon, or they represent poor value for money.
Here's my round up of the most comfortable in-ear Bluetooth headphones for sports and activities.
Highlights and some surprises from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote, including announcements on iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
Apple has given us our first look at iOS 12 at its annual WWDC conference. This is the software that will grace all the latest iPhones and iPads, including the new ones likely to be released in 2018. Here's what to expect when iOS 12 comes to iOS devices later this year.
Urban Armor Gear (UAG) makes my favorite cases for popular smartphones so I was very excited to see it release some options for the current best smartphone available, the Huawei P20 Pro.
Get more done with your iPhone or iPad -- as well as impress your friends and family -- with these tips, tricks, and secrets.
CEO Tim Cook and other Apple executives will take the stage at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference to announce software updates for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, and HomePod. They may even announce new hardware. Here's what to expect.
2018 may be the year that dual rear cameras become a standard on smartphones. There are different reasons to use these dual rear cameras and a few different types of lenses being used.
After years of covering and reviewing some of the best — and worst — smartphones, I have an idea of what I want in my dream smartphone.
The new flagship smartphone from OnePlus will be available from 22 May, following its slick global launch event.
Regardless of the manufacturer name on the back of your Android device, you can install any one of the following apps and use your phone or tablet as your primary means to surf the web, manage email, and keep tabs on your agenda. Bonus: iOS versions available too!
A look at the tech that helped me lose over 130 pounds in 18 months.
Calling 911 from an iPhone will soon automatically share the device's location.
Android P is inching closer to the official release.
Got too many blurry, out-of-focus pictures of your pet eating up precious storage space? Gemini Photos will take care of that.
DeepMind takes a first crack at using AI to solve Google's challenges on mobile devices.
Here are the things we'd like to see in future versions of Apple's iOS and iPhone hardware.
Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P devices running Android Oreo or higher now have Android Auto wireless support, Google has announced.
Acer launches the first Chrome OS tablet for the education market.
The full public beta is expected later this year, followed by a consumer rollout in the fall.
Malware makers, phishers, they really are all out to get you. Here's how to stop them in their tracks.
But Oreo is still not making major headway.
Perhaps the Meltdown and Spectre bugs are the impetus for making long-overdue changes to the core DNA of the semiconductor industry and how chip architectures are designed.
Outside of the Apple Watch for iOS users, the Fitbit Versa is the smartwatch to beat right now. It's comfortable, stylish, and has excellent battery life.
Apple's first foray into smart speaker market has the sound and looks, but does it have the smarts?
I like the idea of wearing a smartwatch -- and the D106 has everything I could need.
Face ID, an impressive display, new interaction methods, and solid performance put the iPhone X on top.
The Pixel 2 XL has an improved camera, new design, and new software tricks.
Apple's newest smartwatch is smarter in that it's always connected, but is it worth the cost?
Apple's iPhone 8 Plus boasts some fancy new camera tricks that make it attractive... for now.
We've put the iPhone 8 to the test, and while it may look boring, it's anything but.
The Note 8 gets the job done, and does it exceptionally well. A smaller battery is frustrating but should be enough to get through most days. Note fans, you're going to love this phone.
The Ulefone T1 is a sleek-looking, fast, and affordable device with several nice-to-have extras in the box.
Motorola's latest smartphone is affordable -- and it's expandable with Moto Mods.
ZTE is known for selling inexpensive -- yet capable -- smartphones. Now, the company is trying to bring that approach to smartwatches.
Nostalgia aside, the BlackBerry KEYone is a smartphone with a physical keyboard done right.
It clearly has the looks, but does it deliver on the smarts?
Samsung needed a compelling device to bounce back from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco and the Galaxy S8 is sure to appeal.
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