Xiaomi has filed a lawsuit against the US government in a bid to be removed from the list of companies the US claimed to have links to China’s military. The blacklist, if effected, would make […]
Qualcomm Technologies has unveiled the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G mobile platform which features an enhanced Qualcomm Kryo 585 CPU prime core clock speed of up to 3.2 GHz. The new platform is designed to deliver […]
Viettel Group has launched Vietnam’s first 5G commercial trial with 5G services available to subscribers after a period of technical tests. Subscribers with 5G phones can test the service without SIM card upgrade in the […]
Huawei has buckled under the immense pressure of parts unavailability and chosen to hive off its Honor business to Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology. Once the sale is completed, Huawei will not hold any shares […]
Huawei is reportedly planning to hive off its Honor sub-brand of smartphones to a consortium led by Digital China and the Shenzhen government, according to Reuters. The sale of the budget-brand smartphone unit is said […]
Xiaomi held on to pole position as India’s smartphone market enjoyed a double-digit growth in Q3, according to IDC. The China smartphone maker shipped 13.5 million units, growing serven percent year on year (YoY). Despite […]
Korea Telecom (KT) and Hong Kong’s CSL have deployed 5G and wifi 6 mobile hotspots using Linksys 5G mobile hotspot powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System and Qualcomm FastConnect 6800 mobile connectivity […]
Hong Kong’s HGC Global Communications (HGC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CyberSecurity Malaysia to provide critical cybersecurity skillsets to Malaysia’s telecommunications industry and foster increased cybersecurity innovation. CyberSecurity Malaysia is the national […]
Half of the Philippines have admitted to accessing streaming piracy websites or torrent sites. This places the Philippines as the leader in online piracy in Southeast Asia. According to a YouGov survey, the act is […]
As smartphones become faster, cameras sharper and apps more powerful, the demand on the battery has been greater. Until a spectacular battery technology breakthrough comes about, Xiaomi has offered an alternative solution — faster wireless […]
Nokia will be powering its Smart Node all-in-one base stations for indoor 5G use with chipsets from Qualcomm Technologies. Leveraging the Qualcomm 5G RAN platform for small cells, the compact plug-and-play base stations are designed […]
In a battle of the China smartphone makers, Vivo slid ahead of Oppo in Thailand’s smartphone market in Q2. According to IDC, Vivo reached top spot with 19.5 percent market share, thanks to its focus […]
DITO Telecommunity has chosen Whale Cloud to develop a next-generation IT system to drive expansion in the Philippines.
Globe Telecom is embarking on a massive network upgrade a decade after it introduced data in the Philippines.
Ericsson has agreed to acquire US-based Cradlepoint, provider of wireless edge WAN 4G and 5G enterprise solutions, for US$1.1 billion.
By Ajay Biyani, Asean Managing Director of ForgeRock
The COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps more than any other event in human history, has pushed people towards digital. New research from Facebook and Bain & Company shows that Southeast Asia will be home to 310 million digital consumers by the end of this year, reaching a number previously forecasted for 2025.
UK-based Dense Air has appointed Kordia to support its operations in New Zealand.
Samsung has taken smartphone prices to new heights this century with the introduction of the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, which is priced at a staggering S$2,888.
Zoom is probably the breakout technology star of the pandemic. The videoconferencing platform has become a household name among workers and students alike as people began working and studying from home.
During the circuit breaker period in Singapore, practically everyone was working or studying from home. Having consistent broadband access was even more critical at such a time. Imagine the horror of many when their connections via StarHub and M1 were interrupted.
Singtel has rolled out a three-month 5G trial for its consumer and enterprise customers. The service will run on its 5G non-standalone network and harness 3.5GHz frequency from Singtel’s newly expanded spectrum holdings as well as existing 2100MHz spectrum.
While most of the Asia-Pacific region were winding down their Sunday, other parts of the rest of the world experienced a seven-hour global internet outage.
Tencent has made Chengdu the home for its cultural and creative headquarters.
StarHub is the first off the block in the race to deliver 5G services in Singapore. It ha started a six-month trial for consumers who own a t 5G-enabled smartphone on its three Mobile+ plans.
MediaTek has announced the Dimensity 800U 5G SoC that aims to deliver premium experiences on mid-tier 5G smartphones.
ZTE will launch the ZTE Axon 20 5G under-display camera smartphone in China on September 1, 2020.
Huawei has battled past sanctions and the withdrawal of Android support to climb to the top of the global smartphone market in Q2. The China smartphone maker shipped 55.8 million units, edging past Samsung which had 53.7 million devices, according to Canalys
Bangalore: Abundance of IT talents
Zoom Video Communications has opened a new technology centre in Bangalore, expanding its presence in India with offices and data centres in Mumbai and Hyderabad.
TPG Telecom has turned to IDEMIA to provide LTE SIM cards to its SIM-only plan subscribers in Singapore.
Telstra minimises network and technology complexities.
Telstra has centralised and automated its network operations with Nokia’s EdenNet Self-Organising Network (SON) software.