Samsung Electronics has acquired network analysis firm Zhilabs for an undisclosed sum to assure network quality before the upcoming 5G rollout.
Sub-Saharan Africa has led the world in mobile take-up growth in the past few years, but a range of issues now threaten that momentum.
Samsung Electronics has introduced new brands in its semiconductor component business -- processors and image sensors -- for automotive applications.
Nokia has deployed its VDSL2 vectoring technology across Chorus' legacy copper network to enable speeds of up to 130Mbps.
Optus has collocated on an additional three NBN fixed-wireless sites in coastal NSW to expand its 4G network.
Deutsche Telekom will connect 5,000 Telefonica mobile base stations to its fibre network under the deal.
The University of Technology Sydney and Nokia have partnered to open a skills accelerator training facility for 5G, Internet of Things, networking, and cybersecurity technologies.
IT resources are aggressively being centralized in the cloud, but some cutting edge technologies will need to balance cloud with localized computing power. That's where edge computing comes in.
Small cell applications are set to be approved within 90 days, with the FCC also determining the fees that local and state governments can charge carriers for deployments.
SK Telecom will use its LTE Cat M1 network to help SK Networks manage the cars for its rental service.
NBN had forecast just 1.4 percent of fixed-wireless users to take up its 100Mbps service, with the company also pointing the finger at more than 1,500 'extreme' users who individually downloaded more than 1TB during May.
The new service, launching in four cities, gives Verizon a new way to compete with cable companies.
Verizon, Nokia, and Qualcomm have achieved speeds of almost 1.5Gbps on the carrier's live commercial LTE network in New York.
Samsung and AT&T are looking to trial smart factory technologies in their new innovation zone in Austin.
Intel has partnered with China's biggest tech giants to accelerate the development and deployment of 5G.
Here are ZDNet's top choices for technology gifts, gadgets, and accessories over the holiday season.
These are some of our top picks for technology and gifts which can make remote working smooth sailing.
It's a great time to buy a smartphone, no matter what your budget. You can find functional and reliable handsets from about $197 to over $1,000.
Apple is getting ready to open up pre-orders for its new "affordable" iPhone. Here's what you need to know.
Most iPhones find their way into cases and if you are going to wrap up your expensive iPhone, then do it with some style and protection. Speck offers some compelling Presidio case solutions to consider.
Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.
While Apple carried out a big refresh of its hardware lineup in September, there are plenty of other Apple products you should avoid buying in the run up to the holidays. If you're thinking of buying these, you might be better looking at alternatives.
The Apple iPhone XS Max is the most expensive smartphone currently available so spending $45 to $80 on a case seems like a reasonable investment for protection and function. Nomad makes some of the best leather options and we took two of them for a spin.
We asked our team of contributors to share memories of their first mobile devices. Here's what they remember most, and what they're using today.
Now that the new iPhones, along with the Apple Watch Series 4, have landed, you're a go to buy new a some shiney new Apple stuff. But there are plenty of other Apple products you should avoid.
Ahead of the iPhone XS unveiling I compiled a wishlist of what the iPhone needed to stay ahead of the flagship Android smartphones. Let's take a look at what we got, and what we didn't.
The Galaxy Note 9 has a high level of dust and water resistance, but it is still made of glass panels and isn't made to be dropped. Speck released a couple of cases that satisfy the Designed for Samsung requirements.
Here's everything from the September 12 launch event that you need to know about the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. Here I've captured details of the camera, battery life, the new A12 Bionic processor, launch dates, as well as the all-important price of these new devices.
Apple is announcing its 2018 iPhone models and other hardware refreshes. ZDNet is covering the entire event live and sharing all the key moments with you, photo by photo, in real time.
The Galaxy Note 9 has a high level of dust and water resistance, but it is still made of glass panels and isn't made to be dropped. LifeProof has a case option designed to protect from drops while also showing off the cool Samsung color schemes of the device itself.
Larry Dignan and Jason Hiner discuss the pros and cons of Google's latest mobile devices and how they advance the company's hardware strategy.
Are you finding that your iPhone's battery life is bad since installing iOS 12? Here's how to diagnose and fix the most common issues that might be causing this.
Should you buy the latest Apple or Samsung device? And which size? This guide breaks down the factors that matter most to business buyers and consumers alike. Read more: https://zd.net/2N0bmAI
Google wants its search to be the one-stop shop for all trip and accommodation planning.
By adding rugged devices to its Android Enterprise Recommended program, Google is looking to add more devices to retail, manufacturing and field service settings. Read more: https://zd.net/2Ch2mHl
Ditching the Gear namesake, the Galaxy Watch comes in two different sizes, 42mm or 46mm, and still runs Tizen, the company's wearable operating system. Read more: https://zd.net/2M40oyq
Google rolls out Android 9 Pie to Pixel phones first, with Essential phones to follow.
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.