Apple's development of its own 5G modem has reportedly failed, which means the company will need to lean heavily on suppliers for the iPhone 15 generation in 2023.
When Apple bought the scraps of Intel's modem business in 2019, it was a matter of time before it started selling phones without Qualcomm modems.
TPG has launched two new 5G home broadband plans as an alternative to its NBN plans.
Motorola has released a new Moto smartphone the Moto G50, adding to its selection of low cost Moto family smartphones.
Motorola have launched three new Edge smartphones to bolster their offering of affordable handsets under $1,000. Two of the new handsets also include the Ready For platform that allows users to interact with their phone’s content on larger displays ...
HMD Global has released a Nokia smartphone they say is “life-proof” meaning they claim it’s tough enough to survive anything life can throw at it – including Real Madrid’s Roberto Carlos.
TCL Mobile is releasing a new premium 5G handset and giving away a 43-inch smart TV with it. But the deal is only available for a limited time.
Intel announced two new 11th-gen Core "Tiger Lake" processors on Sunday night at Computex, along with its first 5G module.
A report by Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple's work on its own 5G modem won't be ready for the iPhone until at least 2023.
Bloomberg has spotted a new job listing at Apple that points to a serious push for the next-next-generation of wireless networking.
A new Bloomberg report claims that Apple has begun work on its first cellular modem, which could be a game-changer for the Mac.
Telstra are pitching their new Telstra 5G Wi-Fi Pro portable hotspot as a future-proof avenue for mobile connectivity.
Telstra is claiming to have upgraded its network to enable 5G standalone devices to operate without defaulting 4G.
The best part of being with Vodafone is about to get a little better.
Vodafone's 5G network has gotten a limited launch for Western Sydney customers.
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