Even if Huawei already has a foothold in Cuba, Google will still provide internet access and WiFi. This is according to the U.S. president during his historic visit to Cuba. Competition will drive faster and more reliable internet service to the island nation.
Ericsson and Cisco make a merger-like deal, but really isn't to face rapidly changing global market and earn up to $1 billion for each company by 2018. Fortune reported that European gear mobile communication manufacturer Ericsson and Silicon Valley Internet gear giant Cisco went into a partnership that is focused on future networks that will help manage the cross-selling for the companies' end-to-end portfolio.
The Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia's acquisition plan for French rival Alcatel-Lucent has received the conditional clearance from the Chinese government. The China's Ministry of Commerce has approved it with some conditions on the Euro15.6billion ($17.6bn) deal's antitrust process.
Google has released a new generation of Android phablet for 2015, The Nexus 6P. Made by Huawei, Nexus 6P offers slimmer and sleeker design, yet lower at price compared to Nexus 6.
Global electronics giant LG Electronics has prepared a growth strategy of launching new devices to boost sales volume for mobile division from the fourth quarter onwards. With a short gap after launching G4, LG has already unveiled V10 smart phone.
Google is sending media invitation for its event this coming 29th September. The event "a Morning Conversation about Some New Treats from Google" is expected to unveil new hardware produced by the company. News has been circulating that the company will unveil new Chromecast and new Nexus phone at the event.
Huawei's Nexus 6 will be run by the Android's newest version, LG's flagship and pioneer G series will receive the same update too.
After launching Android Wear back in March 2014 and seeing how Apple watch sales performed after their release, Google had decided to release an app that will allow their smartwatch that is already in the market to perform a twist. Android Wear will be iOS compatible.
Telecoms equipment maker Ericsson (ERICb.ST) reported a surprise fall in profits on Thursday as infrastructure spending by mobile network operators in its key North American market remained sluggish and fierce competition pressured margins elsewhere.
China's Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 and P8 Max smartphones on Wednesday, devices that stack up against the latest models from Samsung and Apple in technical specifications if not marketing budget.
Ethiopia's state-run telecoms monopoly has launched a fourth generation (4G) mobile service in the capital Addis Ababa, aiming to catch up with the high-speed communications available in some east African neighbors such as Kenya and Uganda.
Running short of dramatically new phone designs, leaders of the world's wireless industry agree their next big idea is 5G, shorthand for the fifth generation of networks they expect to have up and running by 2020.
China has contributed over $120 million to fight the spread of the Ebola virus, but its billionaire tycoons - it has more than anywhere outside the United States - have, publicly at least, donated little to the cause, underscoring an immature culture of philanthropy in the world's second-biggest economy.
Mobile telecoms gear maker Ericsson said on Friday a slowdown in North America created uncertainty over fourth quarter sales as operators cut spending after big investments in high-speed networks.
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's third-biggest smartphone manufacturer, plans to spend $300 million on global marketing in 2014, a senior executive said on Wednesday.