Shortly after Huawei's Ren Zhengfei disclosed the company's plan to pivot to software and services in order to mitigate the impact of U.S. sanctions, Huawei today teased the launch date of HarmonyOS.
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The UK government said it's looking to change legislation to allow for the construction of bigger mobile masts to boost coverage in rural areas, ultimately aiming to eradicate mobile not-spots.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has announced a new take on the title tailored to mobile devices. Called Rocket League Sideswipe, the game plays in 2D but features a lot of the same concepts.
Sky Mobile has revealed that its customers have each saved up 43 GBs of data on average due to them staying at home over the past year and opting to get online with their broadband connection instead.
Ericsson and Deutsche Telekom have found that solar grids can power two-thirds of the energy requirements needed for one of the latter's mobile sites located in Germany, helping cut emissions.
Ofcom has fined O2 £10.5 million for overcharging customers between 2011 and 2019. The carrier has also refunded those who were affected and is donating to charity where it can't find the customer.
Mozilla has released a big update to its Hubs virtual reality communication tool that improves the experience on desktop and mobile. The new UI will arrive for Hubs Cloud customers on March 25th.
Ofcom's research should that one in five have been struggling to keep up with their telecom bills. It has called on broadband providers to offer tariffs for those living on a low income.
EE has announced that 94% of roads in Britain are now covered by its 4G network. It has also partnered with emergency services to turn their vehicles into mobile base stations to extend coverage.
Nokia has become the head of an EU research project into 6G called Hexa-X. The firm said that it expects 6G to become commercially available to consumers in a decade around the year 2030.
EE has announced today that it has launched 5G in 12 more towns and cities around the UK. Some of the areas included in the expansion are Aberdeen, Blackpool, Oxford, Stafford, and Warwick.
Ofcom has revealed which broadband and mobile companies customers prefer the most. It said Tesco Mobile score best in the mobile category and Plusnet did the best in the broadband category.
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After a few years trying to break through in the mobile gaming market, the Japanese gaming giant is refocusing its business on the traditional console market, leaving smartphone games behind.
Google has pushed a new update out for its Stadia gaming platform. With this update, Stadia Pro users on Chrome will be able to enable 5.1 surround sound and use an on-screen keyboard with a gamepad.
As more people begin working from home the UK's broadband and mobile companies have said they'll be able to handle the increased demand from teleconferencing, gaming, and TV streaming.
Plague Inc. has been removed from the App Store in China. In it, you have to try and infect and kill everyone in the world by enhancing an infection. It has been praised by the CDC as educational.
The comparison website, uSwitch, has rated O2 as offering the best network coverage when compared to other major operators in the UK. This is the third award that the company has received this year.
Vodafone has been rated as having the best mobile internet performance by testing firm nPerf. The analysis factored in download and upload speeds, latency, and browsing and streaming performance.
A report published by Counterpoint Research claims that India now has the second-largest smartphone market ahead of the US. The surge of Chinese manufacturers is largely responsible for this.
Ofcom has released its 2019 edition of the Connected Nations report. The regulator looked at how broadband and mobile coverage has developed over the year and what work still needs to be done.
AMD is reportedly making two new mobile GPUs to take on Nvidia's mid-range offerings. These will be powered by the firm's 7nm Navi architecture and the initial purported performance is impressive.
KaiOS Technologies has announced the official launch of the KaiOS Developer Portal. The portal contains a lot of useful content for developers to get started building their own KaiOS apps.
Vivaldi Technologies has announced the availability of Vivaldi on Android. Although it is in beta, the browser is more or less feature complete, more advanced features could come later.
After some delay, Nintendo has finally given its mobile game, Mario Kart Tour, a release date of September 25 on both Android and iOS. Pre-registrations are now open on both platforms.
The digital regulator, Ofcom, has fined Giffgaff £1.4 million after it found that customers had been collectively overcharged by about £2.9 million following a billing error on Giffgaff's behalf.
The UK's major mobile carriers plan to introduce changes earlier next year that will cut bills for people whose contracts have ended. Three is the only big firm not to have joined in.
Netflix has plans to launch a new tariff in India that will be restricted to mobile devices but has a very affordable price. The firm will be hoping that the tariff can boost membership figures.
A number of things happened this last week, including the start of testing for Halo on PC, a small set of patches being made available, and Edge Dev coming to Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 Catch up below.
The UK's digital regulator, Ofcom, has announced that mobile customers will be able to receive their PAC code by simply texting their current provider. This will make switching carriers a lot easier.
At a recent interview at a venture capital firm, Microsoft co-founder and former CEO Bill Gates spoke briefly about the company's failure at mobile, calling it his "greatest mistake ever".
The mobile carrier, Three, has announced that its 5G network will go online in August in more than 20 towns and cities around the UK. In July, it'll unveil pricing for its 5G products.
Skype has launched the screen sharing capability to its Android and iOS version for everyone along with a streamlined and simplified video call design that rids your screen of any obstruction.
As part of the 10 year anniversary celebrations of Minecraft's first public version, Mojang has unveiled Minecraft Earth. The free-to-play mobile AR title will kick off its closed beta this summer.
Google has finally launched dynamic email after over a year of testing. Several firms have been working on dynamic emails and their users should begin receiving dynamic emails in the near future.
O2 has announced that it is going to begin rolling out its 5G network to cities around the UK this year. Initially it will launch in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh, and London, before expanding in 2020.
The UK is currently reviewing whether to ban Huawei from providing hardware for telecom networks. Mobile carriers have warned a ban for Huawei would lead to increased costs and significant delays.
Google has announced that Instant Tethering is now available on more Chromebooks and Android devices. The feature lets you use the data connection from your phone on your Chromebook more quickly.
Google has begun updating Gmail on mobile with the new Material Design. The new interface brings the mobile app into uniformity with the Gmail web app, bringing new features over too.