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    • iPhone 13 targets satellite connectivity

      iPhone 13 targets satellite connectivity

      Apple is just about to unveil a revolutionary model of its iPhone. If the technological conglomerate keeps its schedule for introducing new models, the audience may see it in just a few weeks with the premiere of the iPhone 13. Strong signals suggest that the new edition of the Apple flagship could have a built in potential for satellite connectivity, The Verge reported.

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    • Google bets on Samsung 5G modem for US market

      Google bets on Samsung 5G modem for US market

      The technological conglomerate Google bets on Samsumg to bring up a 5G modem for its next flagship smartphone Pixel. This will be the first win for the Korean firm in a US market dominated by Qualcomm, Reuters reported. Earlier in August Google unveiled that it had designed its own processor chip to power its new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro high profile phones, ending its complete reliance on Qualcomm, which would keep supplying chips for the cheaper Pixel 5A.

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    • EU 5G rollout ups Samsung growth

      EU 5G rollout ups Samsung growth

      The South Korean giant Samsung eyes the EU drive for fast introduction of 5G networks as a major possibility to increase its output growth, Reuters reported. Samsung is aiming to capitalise of the robust network construction growth as its main rival Huawei vowed to focus on its domestic operations in China after the firm was badly hurt in US and some European countries as security issues weighed on Huawei's ongoing contracts.

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    • Nokia recovers on 5G network restarts

      Nokia recovers on 5G network restarts

      The Finnish telecoms company Nokia enjoys a robust growth in demand for its 5G network technology supply as pandemic restrictions ease and the main rival Chinese Huawei is experiencing serious setbacks related to regulatory problems, Reuters reported. Nokia announced sales revenue and profits for the first quarter of 2021 that exceeded previous forecasts.

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    • EU hunts €300bn to master the fast 5G rollout

      EU hunts €300bn to master the fast 5G rollout

      EU will have to secure and invest no less than 300 billion euros in upgrading its telecommunications infrastructure by 2025 if it wants to launch a 5G network coverage over the whole continent, Reuters reported, citing an industrial study released earlier this week. The envisaged funds are needed to boost economic development and spur technology related sectors.

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    • Sweden bans Huawei, ZTE from future 5G networks

      Sweden bans Huawei, ZTE from future 5G networks

      Swedish regulators on Tuesday banned the use of telecom equipment from China's Huawei and ZTE in its 5G network ahead of the spectrum auction scheduled for next month, news wires reported. The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) said the setting of the licence conditions followed assessments by the Swedish Armed Forces and security service. Sweden's security service called China “one of the biggest threats against Sweden”.

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    • The beginning of a new era for iPhone

      The beginning of a new era for iPhone

      The long-awaited Apple Event 2020 finally happened! Tim Cook finally confirmed the exciting new features of the iPhone 12. And if you're that person who always drops their iPhone, leaving you with a cracked screen, then Apple's latest smartphone will surely excite you.

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