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  • The InterceptHow UK Spies Hacked a European Ally and Got Away With ItThe InterceptArresting a British spy would trigger a massive public dispute with the U.K. and there was insufficient political appetite for such a showdown. As such, the Belgian Trinity investigation came to be viewed as little more than symbolic in value. “We ...

  • The RegisterWinter Olympics 5G isn't real 5G, says Qualcomm, that won't land ...The RegisterQualcomm has fleshed out the details of what's going to land in the hands of the 18 carriers who last week signed on for “standards-compliant” 5G trials. The company last week said the 18 carriers will soon start to field-test its Snapdragon X50 modem ...Qualcomm officially announces Snapdragon x50 modem based on 5G TechnologyMSPoweruserQualcomm Continues Gigabit LTE Leadership with World's First Announced 2 Gbps LTE Modemqualcomm.comSnapdragon X24 Gigabit LTE modem, the world's first announced to reach 2 Gbps - YouTubeYouTubeall 108 news articles »

  • POLITICO.euHow a British telecoms startup is bridging UK's rural digital dividePOLITICO.euAnd yet, this rural community, located in southwest England, has some of the fastest internet speeds on the planet, thanks to a former British air force officer named Evan Wienburg. As chief executive of TrueSpeed, a local telecom startup, he's behind ...

  • The HinduTelecom firm, agent, vendor booked in missing techie case - The ...The HinduAlmost two months after software engineer Kumar Ajitabh, 29, went missing, the Whitefield police have filed a cheating case against a telecom company, one of its agents, and a vendor from Kolar, who issued a SIM card to the prime suspect allegedly ...and more »

  • Investor's Business DailyThis Time, Mighty Amazon Is Underdog In Fight For Soccer RightsInvestor's Business DailyThe Premier League auction most likely will end early next week, with pay-TV firms Sky and BT expected to win the lion's share of broadcast rights to soccer games. The Premier League auction has been viewed as a test for Amazon's appetite for digital ...and more »

  • TrustedReviewsQualcomm teases more details of first 5G mobile phones and UK networksTrustedReviewsQualcomm has revealed a list of OEMs that will be among the first to deploy its 5G-capable Snapdragon X50 modem – as well as details of the UK networks signed up to participate in the first live, over-the-air 5G spectrum trials. What does this all mean ...Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G Modem Tapped For TrialsExtremeTechGlobal Mobile Operators Select Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G Modem for Mobile 5G NR Trials in 2018qualcomm.comQualcomm's China Technology Day is all about 5GAndroid AuthorityPocketnowall 104 news articles »

  • Hollywood ReporterEnglish Soccer Rights Auction: Will Amazon Bid, and What to Expect From Sky and BT?Hollywood ReporterReduced viewing, in part driven by live-streaming piracy, means that the English Premier League rights' "fundamental value is falling, not rising," says one analyst. The English Premier League, the most-watched soccer league in the world that features ...

  • ETTelecom.comChina's Huawei pledges new $4.2 billion investment in BritainETTelecom.comFRANKFURT: China's Huawei Technologies plans to spend a further 3 billion pounds ($4.2 billion) in Britain on procurement, the chairwoman of the world's largest maker of telecom equipment said on Tuesday. Huawei Chairwoman Sun Yafang made the pledge ...and more »

  • The GuardianA BT pension fund deficit of £14bn? Bosses need a new 'ology'The GuardianThe problem is that the retirement plans of both Melvyn and Anthony are now in danger of needing a considerable rethink. This is the case for employees of a number of major firms across the country – but, fittingly, BT Group is among them. We will find ...

  • The NationalDavos 2018: Innovation underpins evolution and longevity of companies, says BT division headThe NationalInnovation is central to companies making investment choices and underpins their evolution and longevity, the head of global services at UK telco BT said. "I think [BT Group is] an innovative company. You cannot survive as a company for 180 years ...


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