New 5G networks are coming and big companies are spending big bucks to roll them out. Ericsson is going to be providing T-Mobile with its latest 5G new radio hardware and 3GPP for a cool $3.5 billion.
Verizon today announced CEO Lowell McAdam is stepping down from his post as August 1, 2018, seven years to the day he took the spot. He will stay on as Executive Chairman of the Board through the end
Qualcomm is leveraging this essential patent to distort the market for new smartphones by forcing companies that need to license the technology into paying unfair licensing fees and blocking competito
Matterport is picking up new funding as it looks to speed the development of deep learning tech in its capture technology which brings immersive views of spaces into 360-degree 3D The company, which l
A collection of prominent names in the tech industry have teamed up with Toyota to work on developing big data systems to support self-driving cars and other future automotive advances. Denso, Ericsso
Alchemist Accelerator has closed a $2.5 million fund for very early-stage investments in tech startups serving large organizations in an era when robotics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of
After a half-dozen years heading the company, Hans Vestberg is out as Ericsson’s CEO. The Swedish telecommunications giant announced today that the exec is stepping down from his post effective imme
According to Hans Westberg, chief executive of the Swedish telco giant Ericsson, the next big thing is 5G.
Ericsson today announced it has acquired NodePrime, a San Francisco-based startup that helps enterprises manage their data centers. NodePrime came out of stealth last September after the company rais
Despite rebranding its free Internet.org ‘walled garden’ of apps plan in India under the new name of “Free Basics,” Facebook remains in direct violation of an open internet. Facebook’s first
Telecommunications infrastructure company Ericsson just <a target="_blank" href="http://www.ericsson.com/thecompany/press/releases/2015/12/1974964">announced</a> that it has reached an agreement with
It’s not another massive enterprise merger, but two of the biggest companies whose equipment and technology underpin a lot of our communications networks today are now teaming up. Ericsson and
Today there are 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions globally, and while growth has been levelling off in developed markets like the U.S. and Europe, it’s not stalling altogether by a long shot.
Ericsson, the pioneering wireless technology company that holds many patents related to cellular network connectivity, has filed suit against Apple both with the International Trade Commission (ITC) a
With its illustrious 138-year history, its 114,000 global workforce and its $38 billion dollar market cap, you'd think that the Swedish tech giant Ericsson would be secure as the world's leading provi
Until now, Internet.org has been a lot of talk about connecting the world without much to touch. But today at f8, Facebook and Ericsson gave Internet.org its first physical incarnation with a hands-on
Later today Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be <a target="_blank" href="http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/2014-agenda/">appearing onstage at Mobile World Congress</a> -- his first appearance at the
Samsung has secured another front against patent attack by shelling out to renew an IP-licensing deal with Ericsson -- settling pending litigation attached to the long-running dispute.
Air Traffic Control, HipHop, WebP, and Supplemental Downlink are some of the futuristic technologies that will bring the Internet to the five billion people still disconnected. A 70-page whitepaper re
"The future is already here, it's just not very evenly distributed", William Gibson <a target="_blank" href="http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/William_Gibson">famously</a> said. But, with 20 billion conne