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Rift between US, European carriers on Huawei issue

WASHINGTON: A group representing top US mobile service providers disagreed with European counterparts over alleged security threats from Chinese equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co ahead of a conference that will highlight a US-Europe divide on the issue.

TECH

European wireless carriers raise concerns over reduced 5G competition

The advent of 5G will enable innovations in artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and big data.

TECH

Google Loon balloon web service taps board to lift business

Loon, the balloon-borne rural Internet service from Google parent Alphabet Inc, has recruited three wireless-industry leaders to help the company’s years-long effort to get the business off the ground.

TECH

What’s in a name? 5G wireless claims, but no real network

AT&T drew ridicule from other carriers including Verizon and T-Mobile by suddenly relabelling the network used by some of its phones as “5G E“, since the 5G network is still being built out and no phones on the market are compatible yet.

TECH

Court battle, trade war and 5G spell tough 2019 for Apple in China

Apple Inc's chief executive Tim Cook has his work cut out in China this year: the iPhone maker faces the looming threat of a court-ordered sales ban, the uncertain outcome of trade war talks and the roll-out of a new 5G network, where it finds itself behind rivals like Huawei and Samsung.

Business

SoftBank telco suffers slump on debut

Japan’s biggest IPO tumbles on concern over service outage, exposure to Huawei

TECH

Phones fail in California fires, highlighting vulnerability

As wildfires raged across California, mobile phones went silent as towers and lines succumbed to the flames.

Business

China Tower files for US$10bil Hong Kong IPO

HONG KONG: China Tower Corp, the state-owned wireless infrastructure operator, filed for an initial public offering in Hong Kong that could match the city’s biggest since 2010.

Telcos

SoftBank tops estimates as Sprint delivers income

TOKYO: SoftBank Group Corp’s fourth-quarter profit topped analysts’ projections, thanks to Sprint Corp’s first annual net income in more than a decade. The US wireless subsidiary is planning to merge with rival T-Mobile US Inc.

Business

T-Mobile to buy Sprint for US$26.5bil

Carriers to build next-generation wireless network and get a jump on bigger rivals