Month: November 2020

Huawei P50 series, expected to release next year, will reportedly integrate an innovative liquid lens technology to massively improve focusing speeds. The company looks to shake things up in smartphone imaging once again with its new patented liquid lens technology that is reported to achieve millisecond-level focusing, nearly in the lines of the human eye.
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Saudi Telecom Company (STC) and Nokia joined forces to deliver at least four use cases for 5G and other next-generation technologies per year, as part of a deal covering operation of an innovation centre in Saudi Arabia. In a statement, Nokia said it will run the operator’s Technology Innovation Centre based in capital city Riyadh.
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December may be the final month of the year, but it’s going to have a lot of firsts too. Netflix’s first animated movie from India; Apple TV+’s first animated feature film; George Clooney’s first movie in four years; David Fincher’s first movie in six years; Shonda Rhimes’ first series at Netflix; and lastly, Wonder Woman
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Reliance Jio has added as many as 89.90 million wireless subscribers in the year 2019. Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has released a new 2019 annual report titled ‘Yearly Performance Indicators of Indian Telecom Sector,’ that shows the number of additions and subtractions in subscribers that telecom providers made year-on-year. As per the report,
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The European Commission has given the green light to TIM’s FiberCop plan, which it says does not raise competition concerns. Following a consultation into the project, Brussels confirmed that it does not constitute a merger, and therefore does not need to pass through further regulatory hoops. The plan will see the Italian incumbent shift its
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TIM has today taken an important step towards the creation of FiberCop, with the EU Commission ruling that the deal can go ahead. “The European Commission decided that the operation… cannot be considered a concentration under EU legislation and therefore does not need to be notified under the European Merger Regulation… TIM has today taken
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OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T are now getting OxygenOS update with November 2020 security patch. The update comes with OxygenOS version 10.3.7 and it brings several system optimisations and improvements to Game Space. The development has been shared on the official OnePlus forum for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T. OxygenOS 10.3.7 brings ‘Hide silent
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Orange detailed the launch of its long-awaited domestic 5G service, with 15 municipalities due to receive access from 3 December as France begins to join fellow major European markets in offering next-generation connectivity to consumers. Orange said in a statement it had chosen to initially launch in areas that are heavily used to avoid risk
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JioGames is organising a Clash Royale tournament that will last for 27 days, in collaboration with developer Supercell. Clash Royale is a free-to-play multiplayer strategy game that works in real-time and takes place in the same universe as Clash of Clans, another popular mobile game by Supercell. The winner of this tournament will earn the
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Xiaomi has been trying hard to break the mould of a budget smartphone maker for quite some time now. The company has tried on multiple occasions to bring in its premium Mi series models, and the latest one is the Mi 10T Pro. This is a successor to the Xiaomi Mi 10, but comes at
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The UK government committed to set aside £250 million for 5G supply chain diversification, a strategy which could see the country boost its investment in open RAN technology. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak revealed the investment during an annual spending review, with the funding falling under the government’s transformative digital infrastructure programmes. This includes
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Britain’s telecoms companies could be fined up to 10 percent of turnover or GBP 1,00,000 (roughly Rs. 99 lakhs) a day if they contravene a ban on using equipment made by China’s Huawei under a new law put forward on Tuesday. The Telecommunications (Security) Bill will boost the security standards of the UK’s telecoms networks and remove the
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