In celebration of Pride month this June, Apple is releasing two new Pride Edition bands with dynamic Pride watch faces in support of the global LGBTQ+ community and equality movement.
BT has launched a new product that aims to boost fixed broadband speeds for thousands of UK small businesses which are yet to be upgraded to fibre broadband.
EE will be the technology partner of Glastonbury Festival for the seventh year running, as the festival makes its return after nearly two years. EE is preparing for the event to be more connected than ever as 200,000 festival goers
Three says that its 5G network now covers more than 54% of the UK, overtaking EE. Three's 5G network is now available in over 400 locations and across more than 3,000 sites.
Virgin Media is now at The O2 with a new experiential studio space due to open this summer and plans to make the site the best connected entertainment venue in the UK.
India’s Minister of Telecommunications Ashwini Vaishnaw has successfully made the country’s first 5G audio-video call., coming after the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the new 5G testbed at IIT Madras earlier this week.
UK mobile telecoms specialist Cellhire has won the Best IoT Application Award for its NHS Covid-19 project at the Mobile News Awards 2022, held on 19th May at InterContinental London Park Lane.
Ericsson and Intel have launched a tech hub in California, USA, focusing on the benefits that Ericsson Cloud RAN and Intel technology can bring to: improving energy efficiency and network performance, reducing time to market, and monetizing new business opportunities
BlackBerry and Magna have signed a multi-year agreement to create integrated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) with auto parts manufacturer giant Magna International.
The Baltic telecommunications and media group Bitė Group and Ericsson have signed a frame agreement for the introduction of 5G technology in Lithuania and Latvia, providing 5G network coverage in the most populated cities and districts.
Nokia and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have successfully operated the world’s first private wireless and 5G connected digital microbrewery.