China has warned that it will take "necessary measures" to protect Huawei and other Chinese firms after the United States announced new restrictions on the company's purchases of semiconductor technology.
Estonia's parliament has approved a new Electronics Communications Act to ensure security reviews for telecom gear needed in the development of future networks.
MobileIron has filed a lawsuit in California claiming BlackBerry has made “spurious and baseless” allegations of patent infringement against MobileIron, amounting to a version of civil extortion under California law.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld in part a complaint made by Three against EE for an integrated campaign promising to be, among others, "unbeatable", "unrivalled", and "number one".
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a "misleading" advertisement campaign from Three UK. The ad campaign ‘if it’s not Three, it’s not real 5G’, has been banned following complaints from BT and Vodafone, five members of the public and an independent telecoms consultant.
Ofcom today confirmed how they will release important airwaves to help improve mobile broadband and support the rollout of 5G. Ofcom manages the UK’s airwaves – or spectrum – a finite resource that is essential for wireless services including mobile phones.
A council employee has been fined £400 for an offence under the Freedom of Information (FOI) regulations, marking the first ever successful conviction under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Nicola Young, town clerk of Whitchurch Town Council, was convicted under Section 77 of the FOIA of deliberately obstructing records with the intent to prevent disclosure.
US President Trump signed into law on Thursday a bill that provides $1 billion to help small telecom providers replace equipment made by China’s Huawei and ZTE.