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Huawei is reportedly paying 20,000 employees $286 million as a reward for counteracting trade sanctions
According to the Financial Times, the Chinese telecoms giant will pay out $286 million in employee bonuses for helping it counter US trade sanctions.
SpaceX may want to launch 42,000 internet satellites — about 5 times more spacecraft than humanity has ever flown
Elon Musk wants to cover Earth in high-speed Starlink web access. But crushing SpaceX's competition may require tens of thousands more satellites.
Samsung has acknowledged the existence of a striking security issue in its high-end smartphone.
SpaceX may be a $120 billion company if its Starlink global internet service takes off, Morgan Stanley Research predicts
Financial analysts are looking at Elon Musk's plans to surround Earth with thousands of high-speed internet satellites — and they see a lot of green.
Singtel beats M1 and Starhub for 4G availability and download speed, but it still lags in some categories: Study
M1 was also top in two different metrics, and tied with Singtel for video experience.
Elon Musk has a 2027 deadline to surround Earth with high-speed Starlink internet satellites — but the service would work far sooner than that
SpaceX founder Elon Musk said that, while the company's Starlink internet network calls for 12,000 satellites, only 1,000 are needed to make a profit.
Facebook’s high-speed wireless internet Terragraph is being tested in Penang – making Malaysia the first country in Asia to use it
The six-month long pilot project will provide WiFi and fixed wireless access.
Circles.Life says it received a ‘fairly big chunk’ of funding from Sequoia – as it gears up to break into five new markets, starting with ...
Circles.Life is now offering an unlimited data add-on for S$20.
A research firm that called troubles for Facebook and Snap early on is out with predictions for the media and communications space in 2019.
T-Mobile and Sprint are merging, with the combined company valued at $146 billion. Current T-Mobile CEO, John Legere, will serve in that same role for the merged entity.