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2 of the biggest sectors in consumer tech are on an innovation kick after years of stagnation, and the reason has a lot to do with 5G
Foldable smartphones and cloud gaming are among the biggest innovations in recent memory, and it's no coincidence that 5G is also becoming a reality.
Another big tech company is reportedly making a foldable smartphone, suggesting folding screen technology might not be a passing trend
Foldable smartphones are off to a rocky start, but the biggest tech companies in the world are dedicated to make them happen.
The funds will be used to build an open and inclusive 5G innovation ecosystem.
Apple is expected to release its first 5G iPhone next year. Here’s everything we’ve heard about it so far.
Apple's new iPhones in 2020 are rumored to be the first with support for 5G connectivity, a more advanced 3D camera and other benefits.
Huawei's future is as uncertain as ever as the Chinese tech giant grapples with a US trade ban that prevents it from working with key US partners.
The partnership will enable faster go-to-market solutions for 5G deployment in the country.
Trump slams China’s tech scene, says it doesn’t have the capability of ‘the geniuses in Silicon Valley that walk around in undershir...
During the interview, Trump argued that the US would beat out China to implement a next-generation 5G wireless network.
The tech cold war just got a lot more intense after Russia signed a deal to build 5G internet with Huawei
The Russian mobile network provider MTS and Huawei signed the deal as their countries lauded closer ties and as the US amps up its attacks on Beijing.
ST Engineering and Nokia have partnered to cross-sell 5G and IoT solutions among other key technologies
The partnership covers "dynamic" markets including Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan and New Zealand, said ST Engineering.
Huawei has reportedly cut orders to suppliers in a potential sign that it’s already feeling the burn from being blacklisted in the US
Huawei has reportedly cut orders to suppliers and has downgraded its smartphone shipments for 2019 following its placement on a US trade blacklist.