UK telecoms company BT is trialing the use of hollow core fiber cables in its 5G networks, with some promising results.
Revenue down, earnings down, net profit down, and impairments and reviews of Amobee and Trustwave underway as Singtel ends a disappointing year.
Optus pins across-the-board declines on coronavirus and exceptional items.
No touch, no friction: Now I can pay for my Birria Quesadillas and Watermelon Margaritas without leaving my bar seat.
Meanwhile, the mobile testing firm RootMetrics says AT&T leads in Everyday 5G download speeds, while Verizon provides top Everyday 5G data reliability in most cities.
Consumers still will not be able to access full-fledged 5G services via the networks until compatible handsets in the market have been updated, though, selected Singtel users can do so by end of this week with Samsung's 5G-ready Galaxy S21 Ultra test units.
There could be a present-day technological solution to the geopolitical dilemma that continues to hang over the communications industry. Its biggest obstacle may not be about methodology so much as ideology.
Cisco Systems, often a bellwether for tech demand, is signaling that prices may be headed higher for technology infrastructure.
Telco says 80% of devices it sells are 5G-capable, as it hits 1 million such devices on its network.
Three years ago, AT&T argued that media and content should be combined with distribution. Today, AT&T is reversing course to focus on its core 5G and fiber business.
Research suggests users are confused as to why they should upgrade to 5G - and it's up to providers to come up with some answers.
South Korea's third largest carrier saw its profit jump due to rising demand for remote services, much like for its compatriots.
Patent agreement between Samsung and Ericsson to cover 'all cellular technologies' and be enforced from the start of this year.
The problem with distributed computing, as with distributed anything, is finding the appropriate system of governance. A management model for distributed computing may be emerging, though it might not be the one telcos were hoping for.
TPG CEO boasts the telco's network has been built for video as it prepares for invite-only 5G home service.
There are Gear4 cases and InvisibleShield screen protectors available for the new Google Pixel 4a 5G smartphone. These products offer protection for one of Google's best values.
BodyGuardz incorporates its Unequal technology to help protect your phone from drops. The cases do not add much weight or thickness, but provide a nice option for protection for less than $50.
Video content is enjoyable on a smartphone, but it helps to have a kickstand case to prop it up. ESG makes some of the best kickstand cases, but also has other case options for the new Apple iPhone 12.
The four new Apple iPhone 12 devices are available to purchase and case collections from Incipio and Survivor are now available to protect your new investment.
CASETiFY makes cases that offer serious protection, look great, and provide easy personalization. The new iPhone 12 cases protect your new iPhone from drops while also eliminating 99% of the bacteria that might land on your phone.
The Apple iPhone 12 is now available and with it comes a host of case options. Speck has several available options and one of its newest models is the Presidio2 Armor Cloud.
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Since Parallels Desktop for Chromebook Enterprise is installed on the Chromebook, along with a downloaded Windows image, it's completely standalone, allowing users to install and run approved apps on their Chromebook wherever they are, without needing a network or Wi-Fi connection.
CEO Tim Cook and Company show off the latest iPhones and a whole lot more.
One of the great things about owning an Apple Watch is switching out the bands to fit your style, mood, activity, or another occasion. Casetify has several options available at prices much more affordable than bands you can purchase from Apple.
The Fitbit Sense is a stunning new wearable that captures an amazing amount of health and wellness data to help you improve your fitness and collect indicators of issues. After passing FTA approval, the ECG/EKG app is now available for all Sense users.
Google unveils new Pixel phones, a new Chromecast, and other products during its virtual launch event.
Here are sneak peaks of all the latest Alexa and Echo gear.
CEO Tim Cook and Company show off the latest iPads and iPad OS.
CEO Tim Cook and Company show off the latest Apple Watch products.
Samsung patched this month a zero-click vulnerability discovered by Google security researchers.
The first release gives developers the tools and API they'll need to build apps and services to track and alert you of potential exposure.
Cupertino has signed Android's death sentence. Next -- from gaming to video conferencing -- there are at least five other hardware markets that Apple can conquer with relative ease. What would Steve Jobs say?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes says no Android handset comes close to it in terms of performance for the price. Read more: https://zd.net/3bMr5QM
Ten years after the first iPad shipped, the iPad Pro is the fastest, most powerful laptop-like tablet we’ve seen from Apple. We’re going to live with it for awhile. Here's Jason Cipriani's thoughts after the first week. Read more: https://zd.net/3bvwWd7
Will the rock bottom price and powerful internals make this the iPhone that disrupts its more expensive Android rivals? Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani debate in another Jason Squared episode. Read more: https://zd.net/2XDVL2v
Just how flawed an experience is it to use an Android smartphone without Google Mobile Services? Not as much as you think it is.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes tells Karen Roby that Apple has released a flurry of patches for the iPhone, iPad, Macs, and other devices. But should you install them? Read more: https://zd.net/2QIeq9m
As Samsung Unpacked 2020 approaches, ZDNet's Larry Dignan and TechRepublic's Bill Detwiler talk about all the features they expect -- and hope -- to see from Samsung, including the new S20, 5G capabilities, camera enhancements, and what the future of foldable phones look like. Read more: https://zd.net/2SuMUfE
Jason Squared discusses how Qualcomm, Motorola, OnePlus, and ZTE all have entry-level products coming soon. But what about Cupertino? Read more: https://zd.net/31fiBx6
The amount of work you can get done on Apple's tablet increases thanks to these apps.
More than 600 million users installed Android 'fleeceware' apps from the Play Store.
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