Qualcomm’s unveils 5G network aggregating X60 modem chip

On Tuesday, Qualcomm Inc, the world’s biggest supplier of mobile phone chips, introduced a new set of semiconductors designed to connect mobile phones to 5G networks that operate differently around the world. In a statement, the San Diego, California-based company said, its X60 modem chip, along with a new antenna chip, will be the first…

Japan approves bill to develop 5G, drone technologies

On Tuesday, Japan’s cabinet approved a bill to support companies to develop secure 5G mobile networks and drone technologies midst a growing alarm from Tokyo policymakers over Chinese influence over the said technologies. The bill aims to provide companies, who want to develop the technologies, funds which will attract low-interest rate from government-affiliated financial institutions…

Canada’s Telus Corp scheduled to launch 5G services with Huawei: Telus Corp’s CFO

In a statement by Canadian telecom operator Telus Corp’s Chief Financial Officer Doug French, the telecom operator is scheduled to roll out 5G services with the help of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s equipment. “It’s important for us to launch our network when the time is right…” said French in a statement while adding the company…

Samsung unveils Galaxy S20 phone and Galaxy Z Flip smartphones

Samsung Electronics unveiled its latest foldable 5G capable flagship as it surges ahead to maintain its market position in an increasingly competitive phone market. The development marked Samsung’s second attempt at a folding phone, following a delayed rollout in 2019, as it fends off traditional rival in the premium smartphone market, which includes Apple Inc…

UK takes U.S. Concerns on Huawei very seriously: Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab

On Monday, UK’s Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab stated, Britain takes U.S. concerns on China’s telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies very seriously. Last month, Britain allowed Huawei a limited role in building the country’s 5G mobile network, despite U.S. concerns on Huawei. “There has been market failure in terms of high trust vendors being able to…

One idiot moment can impact decades of due diligence

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is scheduled to meet senior ministers on Tuesday to decide on whether the UK will allow China’s Huawei to participate in building the country’s critical 5G mobile infrastructure. The United States views Huawei as a company of particular concern and it sees Huawei’s participation in building a critical infrastructure as…