The BlackBerry keyboard dethroned by touchscreens will live on in a new 5G smartphone planned for release next year, according to a deal between OnwardMobility and Foxconn Technology Group.
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Operators across the world are racing to deploy 5G networks and introduce 5G compatible devices in their countries however, they all need to achieve this with the spectrum that is made available to them by their respective telecom regulator.
With the aim of promoting competition and reducing prices for consumers, the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) introduced last year lower rates for wholesale access to high-speed networks. The federal government expressed its concerns that such a decision might undermine investments in Canada’s communications networks, especially in rural and remote areas.
NTT Corporation and Microsoft formed a multi-year strategic alliance aimed at delivering secure and reliable solutions that help enterprise customers accelerate their digital transformations.
Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou, raised a new argument which accused the Canadian police and border agents of colluding with the FBI.
Frontier unveiled a pair of new tools to combat illegal robocalls and protect its customers from caller ID spoofing.
As cities slowly open up and residents start to move around more, investments in future-ready technology are more important than ever. In partnership with UBC and the City of Kelowna, Rogers announced that it is launching Canada’s first 5G pilot of smart city transportation technology in a real-world setting.
Social media giant Facebook has announced its plans to expand the data center project in western Utah Country community of Eagle Mountain, before completing the project.
Telecom Review was at CES and found several new ideas for our readers. Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon Ride platform at CES, which it envisions as the autonomous driving platform for the future. Today, the company already supplies numerous automakers with its semiconductors for telematics and Bluetooth connectivity, but in the future, Qualcomm wants to power everything from active safety systems to autonomous driving technology.