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U.S. International Trade Commission to pursue investigation of Apple

U.S. ITC to examine claims that Apple is illegally infringing Qualcomm’s patents more
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  • ITU releases 2017 global information and communication... more

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IBM & Ericsson announce research advance for 5G communications networks

Silicon-based millimeterWave phased array could accelerate launch of 5G-ready networks more
  • NEC/Netcracker partners with Infinera and Juniper Networks to... more

  • Hughes JUPITER™ System selected for national ‘Digital... more

  • Nokia and Facebook break subsea spectral efficiency records in... more

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Unicorns and baby unicorns – So adorable but where do they go from here?

Billion-dollar startups are the talk of the town; a unicorn´s CEO can´t sneeze without it showing up on Valleywag, or the founder being parodied on the hit TV show, “Silicon Valley”. Meanwhile, everyone is watching the baby unicorns, the next-generation startups that appear to be on the fast-track to a massive valuation. Not yet household names outside the venture and tech communities, the baby unicorns represent tremendous potential for their investors. Or do they? And there are the reliable technology leaders – not unicorns, not baby unicorns, perhaps not even startups. Solid performers who generate innovation…and revenues. How do they all fit together in the fast-moving industry? more
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  • Software defined cloud networking – the formless in pursuit... more

  • Cloud service innovation: who’s investing in what?... more

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Huawei holds first place while Xiaomi climbs to fourth as...

Huawei holds first place while Xiaomi climbs to fourth as chinese smartphone shipments fall 3% year on year

After six consecutive quarters of growth, Chinese smartphone shipments fell 3% to 113 million in Q2 2017. Huawei shipped over 23 million to lead the market for the second quarter in a row. Oppo shipped just over 21 million and had to settle for second place, despite growing 37% year on year. Vivo held onto third place, shipping just over 16 million, losing ground on the leading pair during the quarter more
  • The number of smart homes in Europe and North America reached... more

  • India’s smartphone shipments fall for the first time, as... more

  • U.S. leads BYOD implementation, but EU holds back, according... more

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  • ITU Telecom World 2017 takes a look into our smart future... more

  • MEF issues Call for Proposals for MEF17 Proof of Concept... more

  • UK's most innovative cyber security company of the year... more

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