Samsung Wins $6.6 Billion 5G Verizon Deal

Samsung Wins $6.6 Billion 5G Verizon Deal

Samsung Electronics said on Monday it had won a $6.64 billion order to provide wireless communication solutions to Verizon in the United States, a major win for the South Korean firm in the next-generation 5G network market. Samsung’s global prospects...
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BT prepares defence against £15bn takeover approach

BT prepares defence against £15bn takeover approach

Telecoms giant BT has hired Goldman Sachs to defend it against potental bidders after shares collapse. BT shares surged 7% today after weekend reports that it had instructed bankers from Goldman Sachs to draw up a defence plan against potential bidders....
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400 Security Flaws In Qualcomm’s Snapdragon CPUs

400 Security Flaws In Qualcomm’s Snapdragon CPUs

Qualcomm turn over 1 Billion Android phones into spying tools. More than one billion Android phones may be compromised as researchers found 400 vulnerabilities in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chips, which are standard in smartphones and other gadgets. Snapdrago...
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Apple Is Shifting A Fifth Of iPhone Production From China To India

Apple Is Shifting A Fifth Of iPhone Production From China To India

One reason why the global economy will never be the same after the pandemic is long forgotten, is that supply-chains – which have been in place for decades, taking advantage of China’s cheap labor costs and keeping global inflation in...
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Talmudist Hacker Who Took Down Telecoms, Banks And The Whole Country

Talmudist Hacker Who Took Down Telecoms, Banks And The Whole Country

Daniel Kaye, 29, a dual British and Israeli citizen, used 1.5 million security IP cameras to attack Lloyds Banking Group, Barclays Bank and Deutsche Telecom, and attempting to blackmail them. This Talmudist sociopath later took down the whole country – ...
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UK’s Vodafone and Other Telcos Fight for Survival

UK’s Vodafone and Other Telcos Fight for Survival

UK’s Vodafone, Other Telcos Fight for Survival as Indian Government Sends Notice on $20.4 Billion Dues. Vodafone’s global CEO Nick Read said last November that there had been a “very challenging situation for a long time” in India. Almost a...
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Xiaomi launched Mi 10 and MI 10 PRO with 108 MPix camera

Xiaomi launched Mi 10 and MI 10 PRO with 108 MPix camera

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is the Chinese manufacturer’s brand-new high-end device, offering premium specs all around, including Qualcomm’s new top-end Snapdragon 865 chipset and a 6.67-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with FHD+ resolution. In t...
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T-Mobile Wins Court Approval for $26.5 Billion Sprint Deal

T-Mobile Wins Court Approval for $26.5 Billion Sprint Deal

T-Mobile US Inc. won court approval for its $26.5 billion takeover of Sprint Corp., defeating a state-led lawsuit that sought to block the industry-altering wireless deal. Shares of Sprint soared 66% to $7.95. The decision by a district judge in Manhattan...
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Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

According to a report from UBS and Fomalhaut Techno Solutions cited by the Wall Street Journal, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro flagship phone contains no American made parts. That isn’t surprising since the manufacturer is banned from its U.S. supply chain by...
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Israeli mobile phones-hacking spy van scandal triggers privacy breach probe in Cyprus

Israeli mobile phones-hacking spy van scandal triggers privacy breach probe in Cyprus

Cypriot police are deepening their probe into a high-tech ‘spy van’ spotted on the island, owned by an Israeli surveillance firm and capable of hacking into any smartphone from a kilometer away. Its exact purpose remains unknown. The mysterious vehicle...
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‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

WhatsApp is a “Trojan horse” exploited to snoop on millions of users naive enough to believe that the Facebook-owned messenger differs from its parent company, long beset by privacy scandals, Telegram founder Pavel Durov said. In a lengthy post on...
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Verizon reports strong 3Q results propelled by wireless customer growth

Verizon reports strong 3Q results propelled by wireless customer growth

Highest third-quarter phone gross adds in five years, increased wireless net additions and EPS growth. Verizon Communications Inc. notched large gains in phone subscribers in the third quarter, aided by a revamp of its unlimited data plans that shaved about $...
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Verizon Q2 profit beats estimates, CEO thinks half of the US will have access to 5G next year

Verizon Q2 profit beats estimates, CEO thinks half of the US will have access to 5G next year

Verizon Communications (VZ) posted better-than-expected second-quarter results on Thursday, with profit boosted by strong wireless subscriber growth as the company ramps up its implementation of next generation, high-speed connectivity. Here are the numbers: E...
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Verizon Media’s new CEO about new strategy to turn things around

Verizon Media’s new CEO about new strategy to turn things around

New CEO Guru Gowrappan has a big job to do after inheriting a fragmented business that is losing millions. Guru Gowrappan has flown into Cannes via London, where he watched Australia survive a scare against underdogs Sri Lanka in the...
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Huawei Demands Verizon Pay $1 Billion For Using 230 Patents

Huawei Demands Verizon Pay $1 Billion For Using 230 Patents

Huawei has hit upon a new strategy for fighting back against the US: leveraging its massive suite of technology patents to try and force American competitors to fork over billions of dollars. And its first target is Verizon, one of its biggest American...
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