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LG and HTC are the new partners for 5G

LG and HTC are the new partners for 5G

Everyone is on the race to make fast and accessible 5G. The latest partners are Sprint and HTC. Together, these two giant companies are planning to make a 5G enabled mobile smart hub that will be rele... Read more

KT launched an artificial intelligence solution for telecom failures

KT launched an artificial intelligence solution for telecom failures

KT, a South Korean Telco established in the year 1981, has created an artificial intelligence (AI) solution which can report telecommunication down falls. Dr Lauren is the name of this AI solution. Th... Read more

RCS text messaging will be the next best thing by Verizon

RCS text messaging will be the next best thing by Verizon

Early next year, RCS text messaging will have the full support from Verizon. Rich Communication Services is the new thing in the tech world that will soon replace the age-old SMS. All telecom carriers... Read more

T-Mobile will light up its US HQ with renewable energy

T-Mobile will light up its US HQ with renewable energy

T-Mobile is stepping up its efforts to go green. It has announced that it has joined the Puget Sound Energy’s (PSE) Green Direct Program. By joining the program, T-Mobile has made a commitment t... Read more

Samsung buys out a Spanish startup to boost its 5G capabilities

Samsung buys out a Spanish startup to boost its 5G capabilities

The Barcelona based startup Zhilabs which is known for its AI-based network and service analytics has been acquired by Samsung Electronics to enhance its 5G potential. The Korean tech giant has bought... Read more

SK Telecom makes the first move in 5G

SK Telecom makes the first move in 5G

5G is the next big thing in the telecom sector and South Korea’s largest mobile carrier has said that it has succeeded in making its first 5G call. The Korean telecom giant held its trial at its... Read more

Finally, Sprint is launching Voice over LTE in 15 cities

Finally, Sprint is launching Voice over LTE in 15 cities

Finally, Sprint has started the launch of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service. From now, Sprint users in 15 cities in the U.S. including Chicago, Houston, New York City, Kansas, San Francisco Bay, Washingt... Read more