5G will enable users to download whole movies in seconds but will require many more antennas, raising health fears.
Greece: from isolation to connection with the outside world thanks to the arrival of broadband in remote areas
This feature of Business Line breaks down the ongoing dispute between Huawei and the US, gives a glimpse of how Dubai is preparing for Expo 2020 and how crowdfunding is breathing new life into local economies in Senegal.
Netherlands authorities said anyone with an emergency should go directly to hospitals, fire departments or local police stations.
A Canadian woman has been asked to pay 61,000 Canadian dollars ( €40,700) for calls she claims she didn't make.
The EU have priced the cap of international calls within the EU following a series of legislative changes to strengthen electronic communication within the EU. Personal calls abroad will be capped at 19 cents per minute, with SMS messages capped at 6 cents per SMS.
Is this Romania's answer to Edward Scissorhands?
The cost of 1GB of mobile data across Europe has been revealed, with Greeks paying by far the most, and Ukrainians the least.
5G internet is being called the next wireless revolution and is one of the main themes at this year's World Mobile Conference in Barcelona.
But what exactly will it change in our day-to-day lives? And does 5G pose any risks to our health and security?
What does the future of telecoms look like? Will progress go hand in hand with human evolution? Riccardo Delleani, CEO of Sparkle, answered these questions and more at the recent Capacity Europe conference in London.
The Capacity Europe conference in London looked at the opportunities and challenges facing world telecoms on the eve of the introduction of revolutionary new 5G technology.
The US telecoms giant AT&T has won court approval to buy Time Warner for 100 billion euros in a blow to the Trump administration’s attempts to block the deal.
Vodafone has announced that its Chief Executive Vittorio Colao will step down in October.
Madagascar wants to capitalise on its booming information and communication technologies sector.
Destruction of underwater communications cables could disrupt trillions of dollars of financial transactions and NATO and its allies must do more to protect attacks
Azerbaijan's International Telecommunications and IT fair: a regional ICT platform.
It was both simple and easy to read: “Merry Christmas” - not “Xmas”.
But the US government's lawsuit to block the merger sparks concerns the White House is trying to hurt Time Warner's CNN.
"The ship for the crossing to Germany is spacious and has a pool and a cinema," is one of the 'seven lies' about Germany presented on the site.
Traffic and data on wireless networks could be corrupted by close-by hackers, say Belgian researchers
South Korea’s second city of Busan hosted this year’s ITU Telecom World event, bringing together governments, tech firms and startups to discuss new digital…
Apple's new iPhone expected amid accusations of planned obsolescence
Companies will need to make sure employees are aware in advance of management monitoring of their work email accounts after a landmark privacy ruling by the European Court of Human Rights.
Nokia has settled its legal battle with Apple. They have made a new patent licence agreement and have also signed a fresh business deal.
Britain's Vodafone has reported a 6.1 billion euro annual loss but forecasts a jump in the amount of cash it will generate this financial year.