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MWC 2022: Russia’s pavillion banned as tech fair gets underway
"The GSMA strongly condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine," the company which organises the Mobile World Congress said.
Huawei takes Sweden to court over 5G ban
Sweden has become the second country in Europe following the UK - and the first in the EU - to ban network operators from using Huawei equipment.
5G problem: Airlines all over the world rush to cancel flights
The issue is appearing to particularly impact the Boeing 777 model.
Imperium's remotely driven car sharing service to compete with Uber
Currently being trialled in Milton Keynes in the UK, the taxis are taken over by remote drivers once the passenger reaches their destination.
US telecom companies pause some new 5G after airlines raise alarm
AT&T and Verizon will delay launching new wireless service near some airports after the US' largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology.
5G could interfere with planes as they land, safety authority warns
US authorities said 5G signal could affect the altimeters in some planes, reducing their ability to slow down after landing in certain conditions.
Lithuania wants to ban Chinese phones from its government departments
The Baltic state is doubling down after its defence ministry told consumers to "throw away" their Chinese-made smartphones last week.
Solitary confinement? Monks in France charged over 5G mast attack
They argued their act was "to protect the population from the harmful effects" of 5G, according to Villefranche prosecutor Laëtitia Francart.
Tech this week: Apple abuse crackdown and Virgin's $450k space flights
Apple moves to stop the spread of child abuse images, Virgin Galactic launches its $450,000 tickets and Ray-Ban plans smart sunglasses with Facebook.
Europe 5G blacklisting is 'politics', says Huawei
Huawei told Euronews Next “political motivations” were behind some EU states' moves to ban the company's 5G infrastructure, after US authorities blacklisted it in 2019.
5G takes centre stage at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress
Many are excited about the future uses of 5G: from connecting devices in real-time to sailing a boat remotely from hundreds of kilometres away.
Can Europe keep up with the world's 5G leaders?
As 5G rolls out across the continent, one industry leader told Euronews Next it could take years for the benefits to be fully understood.
China’s 5G network is causing its carbon emissions to skyrocket
China’s digital sector is going to use 3 times as much energy because of 5G. That’s just the start of the problem.
Romania approves law to exclude Huawei from future 5G network
Romania has approved a bill that aims to exclude Chinese group Huawei from the country's future 5G mobile network.
Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs to ramp up on 5G aspirations
The 10 per cent reduction in its workforce aims to reduce costs by €600 million by 2023. The company did not specify in which countries job cuts would be carried out.
Shanghai holds mobile industry trade show amid COVID-19 restrictions
5G, IoT, AI, big data and beyond at Shanghai mobile show.
Sweden bans Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE from 5G networks
Swedish regulators have banned the use of telecommunications equipment from Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE in its upcoming 5G network.
Why are some Swiss people fearful about the rollout of 5G?
In this edition of Unreported Europe, Euronews is in Switzerland to find out why many fear the rollout of 5G - and how it is dividing the scientific community.
Romania's highest scientific body slammed for quoting 5G conspiracies
The World Health Organization (WHO) says there are no adverse health effects linked to wireless technologies and no consequences for public health regarding 5G. The Academy's press release was later taken down.
EU still have work to do on 5G security ahead of European rollout
In the Commission's report it stated that progress was urgently needed to 'mitigate the risk of dependency on high-risk suppliers'.
Is it time to kick Huawei out of Europe?
Banned by America and now ditched by the UK, Chinese tech giant Huawei is under fire across the globe. How will the rest of Europe react?
Huawei: Chinese ambassador brands decision 'disappointing and wrong'
The decision announced Tuesday represents a U-turn for the British government which had previously decided to allow Huawei to access parts of the planned new 5G network.
What is the truth behind the 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory?
Conspiracy theorists believe 5G is to blame for the rapid spread of COVID-19. Are they right?
Coronavirus: Impacts from COVID-19 derail 5G roll out in the EU
EU member states were due to make a decision on the roll out of 5G by the end of June, but this has now been delayed.
Phone masts attacked amid 'nonsense' theories about 5G and COVID-19
A number of UK phone networks have released a joint statement to put to rest "baseless" and "harmful" rumours that recently spread about connections between 5G and coronavirus.
People are saying COVID-19 is a cover up for 5G - here's why it's not
Theories linking coronavirus and 5G have spread rapidly on and offline, leading to a suspected arson incident on a network mast. But is there any truth to the claims?