Ericsson has released the November 2020 edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report and it contains good news for 5G.
Ajit Pai, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has announced he will step down on January 20.
The Tasmanian government has announced it has made the transition to 100% renewable electricity.
Dell Technologies’ VMware posted its third-quarter results, beating estimates on strong subscription and SaaS growth.
T-Mobile has said it is “the only adult in the room on 5G” as it takes Verizon, and to a lesser extent AT&T, to task over 5G claims.
Five companies have been awarded a multibillion-dollar cloud computing contract by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Microsoft has unveiled Pluton, a new security chip designed to improve the security of Windows PCs.
Huawei is selling its Honor line of smartphones in the midst of crippling sanctions by the US government.
Verizon and Apple will be holding a first-ever joint virtual event for enterprise customers to help them take advantage of the iPhone and 5G.
On the heels of news it had joined forced with Microsoft and Adobe to challenge Salesforce, C3.ai has announced its intention to file an IPO.