Dutch mobile operator KPN was warned in 2010 that Huawei could snoop on millions of its customers’ calls.
New research shows how the next generation of ultra-secure communication could be possible with existing infrastructure.
Sanctions against Huawei by the US Commerce department have been followed by other countries. How can the company’s business thrive with so few avenues left?
Anti-5G conspiracy theories have been around for some time, but the coronavirus crisis is winning them new supporters.
In an era of data breaches and data privacy concerns, governments should enshrine in law a requirement for companies and banks to send paper bills and statements in order to protect consumers.
Car makers need access to the latest telecoms technology, but Nokia refuses to grant licenses because manufacturers won’t pay up. So the disputes begin…
Connecting every house to a fibre network is expensive and time-consuming.
The new payphones have Wi-Fi, mobile charging and transport information. But city councils are concerned they’re digital billboards for Telstra, which could cost billions in lost productivity.
Telecom operators increasingly struggle to find “parking spots” for their satellites in outer space.
A new player is shaking up the Indian mobile market. But will it be enough?
Rising suicides form part of the profound transformations in the workplace that have taken place over the past 30 years.
The price of voice communication has come down in South Africa. But poor regulation and a lack of competition means that the country still has some way to go to reduce the cost of communication.
Generators, retailers and consumers should be central to regulating utilities because network operators are gaming the system.
Whatever BT, Virgin Media and other telecoms firms may say, the only future-proof network is a fibre-optic from door-to-door.
Doing something about online security would be best. But talking about it is a good start.
Strange calls, emails, or disappearing bank balances – how online criminals use stolen card details.
It happened before, it could happen again: Ofcom’s 200% price hike could stifle UK telecoms investment and pass costs on to customers.
Satellites, microwaves, radio towers - how many more options must be tried before the government just shells out for fibre to the home?
The chaos of 7/7 meant even many of the emergency services couldn’t use their phone. But 4G should change that.
Comcast has successfully moved from managing the pipes to owning the content as well, all the while pushing the legal envelope as far as it can.