Drone delivery of goods and critical services via mobile networks is a step closer following successful testing by Vodafone and Ericsson.
In the latest round of the legal battle between BlackBerry and Facebook, BlackBerry's desperate patent lawsuit against Facebook is continuing in a Munich court in Germany, according to US court filings by Facebook.
Telefónica has launched the Telefónica Activation Programme, an initiative aimed at start-ups and SMEs in Germany, Spain and the UK seeking to enhance their technological solutions and accelerate their business development through IoT, Blockchain and Big Data/AI (Artificial Intelligence) technologies grouped into Telefónica Tech.
BlackBerry announced today that the German Development Agency, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), has chosen BlackBerry AtHoc as its emergency mass notification system.
Huawei has secured a deal with Telefónica in Germany, one of the three major operators in the country, to build part of its 5G network. The company said that it will use equipment from Huawei and Finland's Nokia to build its 5G network, provided Huawei equipment met the government's security requirements.
Deutsche Telekom has put a freeze on the awarding of 5G contracts to equipment vendors until the German government reaches a decision on whether to ban Huawei from future networks.
The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information (HmbBfDI) has opened an administrative procedure to prohibit Google from transcribing Google Assistant recordings by employees or third parties for a period of three months. This is intended to protect the privacy rights of those affected for the time being.
A German court has ruled that Apple didn't infringe on a Qualcomm hardware patent, declaring that the iPhone isn't violating any of Qualcomm's power management patents. The judge ruled the suit in question groundless, declaring that Apple's iPhone wasn't standing in violation in an initial verbal ruling. A full filing with rationale is expected in the future.
Amazon Business today launched new Business Prime benefits for businesses of all sizes in the United States, Germany and Japan. Business Prime now helps members visualize spend data and identify money-saving opportunities with Spend Visibility, as well as set policies to improve compliance and maximize their budget with Guided Buying.
Earlier today TCL announced the availability of the BlackBerry Motion in the UK and the company has now announced the smartphone will also be available in Austria, Germany and Switzerland starting this month.
Unified communications provider Swyx has further improved its IP-based communications solution and will present its new version 11 for the first time at its International Partner and Technology Conference on Wednesday, September 27.
Vodafone Germany is the first telecommunications provider in the world to offer its customers all five editions of the BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Suite security solution with SIM-based billing.