Sprint Adds Weight to Tizen Association
Sprint today announced that it has joined the Tizen Association. Tizen is the standards-based open source mobile platform project backed by Samsung and Intel. It recently moved out of beta and reached 1.0 status. Sprint is joining the Tizen board of directors and is the first North American carrier to be a part of the Tizen Association. Other board members include NTT DOCOMO, Orange, SK telecom, TelefÃ³nica, Vodafone, and Huawei. Sprint said it "support[s] an open mobile ecosystem that enables choice for Sprint customers," but it stopped short of saying that it would eventually offer Tizen-based handsets.
Aug 7, 2019
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+. The company's super-flagship Note series for 2019 comes in two sizes: The Note10 packs a screen similar to the Note9 into a smaller body, while the Note10+ sports a larger display in a body similar in size to the Note9.
Nov 12, 2018
Intel today introduced the XMM 8160, a 5G modem that will bring high-speed connectivity to mobile phones, computers, and other broadband devices in 2020. The modem supports the 5G NR spec, including both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes for fixed and mobile service.
Feb 22, 2018
Intel today announced a range of efforts in the 5G space, including its timeline for bringing new Intel-powered 5G devices to market. The company says it has been developing 5G technology for some now, including virtualized network functionality and software defined networks.
Jun 20, 2017
Google today simplified the process of managing monthly bills for subscribers to its Project Fi wireless service. Starting this week, Project Fi gains a new tool that helps the account manager easily determine what each member of the plan owes and send them a bill.
Sep 25, 2018
Qualcomm has taken yet more action against Apple, which it alleges stole trade secrets and offered them to Intel in a bid to improve Intel's modems. This year's iPhones rely solely on Intel modems, rather the a mix of modems from Intel and Qualcomm, in part because Apple and Qualcomm are locked in a legal dispute over patents and licensing fees.