Asia Pacific (APAC), Global Politics, Japan, VR World

NTT Docomo Lays Out Japan’s Future Quake-Proof Telecom Network

NTT Docomo unveils its latest plan to secure its telecommunications infrastructure within Japan’s turbulent waters and shaky grounds.


Global Politics, US, VR World

Samsung Sets New 5G Network Speed Record of 7.5 Gbps

Samsung breaks network speed records yet again, with its groundbreaking milestone in setting a 5G network speed record of 7.5 Gbps.


Analysis, Mobile Computing, Opinion

AT&T-Vodafone Venture: Good Times Ahead For Global Mobile Industry?

The world’s mobile industry is on the brink of a major shakeup. With European Vodafone Group (LON: VOD) having divested its stake in US carrier Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ) , the stage is open for a possible deal with yet another American player, AT&T (NYSE: T). Sources close to both Vodafone and AT&T have said that executives from the two companies are laying the groundwork for a possible acquisition, merger or partnership, which will boost the combined network’s coverage to about 500 million subscribers — second only to China Mobile’s (HKG: 0941) 740 million. In a deal estimated to reach US$175 billion at Vodafone’s current market capitalization, AT&T is


Cloud Computing, VR World

FCC Chief, Tom Wheeler, Sends Mixed Messages on Net Neutrality

The FCC Logo Net Neutrality

In yet another public blog about new neutrality and the open internet, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, has once again tried to clarify where he stands on the open internet and net neutrality, while almost entirely focusing on the open internet and trying to define exactly what it means. In his blog post, Tom Wheeler tries to quell some of the backlash of some of his statements and previous blogs in a way that placates the masses that are currently angry with the FCC and their proposed rules for open internet standards that would effectively create a “fast lane” for companies that pay for that access