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2:30
Tuesday

Hisense launches Infinity H30 series phones

The Chinese phone-maker launches its two flagship phones, the Infinity H30 and H30 Lite, which are now available in SA.

5:50

5G to contribute $700bn to global economy by 2030

Over the next 10 years, global telecom operators will invest up to $1.5 trillion in 5G network rollouts, predicts research firm IDTechEx.

5:20
7 Jun

Nokia lays groundwork for aggressive 5G push in SA

The company reveals its grand plan to roll out 5G technology in SA and the rest of Africa.

1:50
Apr 4, 2019

Nokia unveils smartphone with five cameras

The Nokia 9 PureView is now exclusively available from Vodacom and its retail partners.

1:20

MWC: Rain, Nokia launch 5G network in Cape Town

The rollout will continue through 2020 to extend the network to more areas.

2:20

MWC: Nokia unwraps flagship, mid-range devices

Nokia took to the stage at Mobile World Congress 2019 to unveil five new phones: one flagship, three mid-range and one feature phone.

4:20

Africa must not follow EU's misguided telecoms regulation

Asia, Africa and Latin America should learn from Europe's telecoms regulation mistakes, says Strand Consult.

7:40
Jan 30, 2019

Is the world turning on Huawei?

As the list of countries and operators turning against Huawei grows, the tech giant may find itself cut out of 5G networks all over the world.

1:40
Dec 14, 2018

Deutsche Telekom reviews vendors in light of China security debate

The German company says it takes the global discussion about the security of network equipment very seriously.

2:00
Jul 23, 2018

Nokia Innovation Challenge launches for sixth year

Start-ups stand to win $175 000 in financial support and resources across Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs to help bring their ideas to market.

1:30
Jun 1, 2018

Nokia sells digital health venture, exec to leave

The Finish company sells the business to Eric Carreel, co-founder and former chairman of the operation, for an undisclosed sum.

1:40
May 22, 2018

The many lives of the Nokia brand

HMD Global, the Finnish firm that owns the right to use the Nokia brand on phones, raises $100 million intended to boost growth.

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