ZTE receives invitation from EU commissioner
Carlos Moedas, commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, met with Shi Lirong, president and CEO of ZTE.
BlackBerry loses favour among South Africans
The once-popular handset maker moves more strongly into software, even as its local base is eroded.
Connected world is scary concept
Granted, the age of the machine will add in more convenience, but it also comes at a hefty human cost.
'The age of the machine' is upon us
The Internet of things will soon move into an era in which everything is connected to everything else, creating privacy and security concerns.
Ericsson aids in 'SMART Rwanda' initiative
The company will work closely with government and private agencies to scope the roadmap and implement solutions for SMART Rwanda.
'Security is not a primary concern'
As vendors rush to create devices for the Internet of things, security is overlooked.
Egypt NTRA and GSMA form agreement
The National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Egypt and GSMA will support economic growth and digital inclusion through mobile broadband.
Huawei bumps up patent portfolio
The company beefs up its patent portfolio ahead of 5G, the next generation of mobile equipment.
Huawei woos US consumers
China's Huawei plans to win over US consumers, releasing new mobile phones and wearable devices backed by a marketing effort.
EU pins hopes on 5G
A leader in 1990s 2G technology, Europe looks to 5G to catch up with the US, Japan and South Korea in the future.
Jimmy Wales: Many more join global conversations
The next one billion people are coming online faster than people realise, says Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales.