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Ninety-five percent of 80 million ransomware samples detected by VirusTotal, a Google-owned database where samples can be uploaded to see which anti-virus engines can detect them, were Windows-based executables or dynamic link libraries [DLLs], a study shows.

Published in Security

The European Union is set to file an anti-trust suit against Apple over the NFC chip technology it uses for tap-and-go payments, a report claims.

Published in Technology Regulation

South Korea has amended existing legislation in order to force both Google and Apple to allow alternative payment systems to be used for their mobile app stores.

Published in Technology Regulation

The mobile data service revenues will grow at a 7.1% CAGR over 2020-2025 driven by the projected rise in the adoption of 5G services, which yield higher average revenue per user (ARPU), according to GlobalData.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The founder of the world's biggest semiconductor fab says it may be impossible to replicate what has been done in Taiwan in other parts of the world, including the US.

Melbourne beat Sydney to be Australia’s fastest city for 5G delivery across all frequency bands, according to a new ‘real-world’ measurement which sees that leading cities globally have a significantly better 5G experience than national scores.

Published in Networking

Nokia will expand and enhance LG Uplus’ 5G network, enabling what it says will be "seamless 5G connectivity between indoor and outdoor locations", with Nokia’s AirScale indoor solution to be deployed flexibly and upgraded easily, with the deal continuing the long-standing partnership between the two companies.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

The exit of South Korean smartphone maker LG from the industry on 31 July will benefit at least four other players, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research says.

Published in Mobility

Although 5G is now being well and truly rolled out around the world, the 5G rollout certainly isn't complete, and it's leaving people wanting more.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Guest Opinion by Daniel Smith, head of research, Radware. Many of us are currently wrapped up in the SolarWinds and ProxyLogon events. But let's take a moment to highlight the risk that residential routers face from the propagation of IoT botnets and the problems devices present once they are infected.

Published in Guest Opinion

Chinese smartphone firm Huawei is leading the worldwide active 5G-ready devices market with a share of 26.9% globally during the fourth quarter of 2020, but with Samsung and other device manufacturers nipping at its heels, according to a new report.

China accounted for more than half of the top 50 Asia-Pacific (APAC) companies by market capitalisation in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to a new report by global analyst firm GlobalData.

Published in Market

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has snubbed US demands to exclude Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from Germany's 5G networks, with legislation, that sets strict conditions for its participation, being sent to the Bundestag.

Published in Government Tech Policy

South Korean electronics giant Samsung Electronics has dropped some hints about its smartphone roadmap in the new year, with its president of mobile, Dr T.M. Roh, saying the company would hold an event in January, possibly for releasing the Galaxy S21.

Published in Mobility

The Telecommunications Sector Security Reforms, put in place just after the Turnbull Government was toppled in 2018, have hit Huawei Australia hard, with the company losing 900 direct jobs, more than 1500 sub-contracting jobs and $100 million in R&D in Australia, the company claims in a submission to a parliamentary inquiry.

Published in Government Tech Policy

South Korean smartphone maker Samsung Electronics has announced the official launch of its One UI3 skin for Android 11, with users of Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20+ 5G and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G in the US to be the first to get the update.

Published in Mobility

The British Government says it will pump £1.6 million (A$2.9 million) into Japanese firm NEC to support a project to develop an open radio access network for 5G.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Germany has rejected the US push to ban Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei technologies from its 5G rollout, with the Asia Times reporting on Monday that the company would be allowed to build part of the network.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The UK will announce on Monday that it is bringing forward to September 2021 the date for banning the use of 5G equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, a report claims.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Russian security firm Kaspersky has completed moving its ANZ data storage and processing infrastructure to Switzerland, a process it announced in 2018 following a campaign by the US to blackball the firm.

Published in Security

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