The UK has announced that it will give Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies a limited role in the country's 5G networks, with Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab telling the House of Commons that additional security measures would be put in place to ensure that risk was properly mitigated.
Seventy-eight percent of Britons say they cannot live without their smartphones while 71% say they never turn it off, a report from the UK's Office of Communications covering the last decade says.
In-flight WiFi could soon be fast enough to stream movies and TV shows, after the UK announced some big changes to its satellite systems.
With the 15 year spectrum licences under which Australia's mobile networks operate coming up for renewal, the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has wheeled out a leading economist to lobby the government for 'conservative' renewal fees.
As Ofcom prepares to allow new users to have licences for the 800MHz and 2.6GHz spectrum bands, will those users get what they pay for? Will those spectrum blocks really be for their exclusive use? And are we in danger of missing some short-term opportunities?
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