Apple looks to buy Intel's smartphone modem business as it looks to catch up on the 5G race after the fallout with Qualcomm.
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Britain has agreed to allow China-based Huawei to participate in the country’s 5G networking infrastructure.
AT&T and Sprint have settled a lawsuit over AT&T’s usage of “5GE” branding that incorrectly labels 4G networks as 5G.
In the wake of Apple’s blockbuster settlement with Qualcomm, Intel has thrown in the towel on its 5G modem plans.
Intel, the supplier for the 5G modems on Apple's 2020 iPhones has reportedly missed multiple deadlines and could possibly delay the 5G iPhone.
The EU has effectively rejected demands from the United States that it ban Huawei and other Chinese companies from its 5G infrastructure.
Huawei has sued the U.S. government, noting that its charges against the Chinese telecommunications giant were unfair and incorrect.
LG launches its 5G phone with an accessory that turns it into a foldable phone.
Intel’s 5G technology will be late and won’t appear in smartphones and other mobile devices until 2020.
Apple's latest iOS 12.2 beta brings support for AT&T's fake 5G E network.
Apple reportedly won't ship the first 5G-capable iPhones until late 2020, about a year after the rest of the industry.
Motorola launches the "world's first 5G upgradeable phone" exclusively at Verizon.
The next OnePlus flagship will feature 5G support, and that could pave the way for OnePlus phones at US carriers.
Citing national security concerns, the president of the United States has blocked Broadcom's hostile takeover of Qualcomm.
Intel is launching new 5G-connected Windows 10 PCs in partnership with Dell, Lenovo, HP, and Microsoft in 2019.