Blogs

Blog: Who will be last in Asia to turn off 2G (or 3G)?

Over the weekend, Taiwan joined a growing list of developed markets where mobile operators are …

Blog: Kangaroo hop confounds assisted-driving tech

Kangaroos are involved in an estimated 15,000 collisions with cars in Australia each year, according …

Blog: New Zealand returns to ‘no cap’ data era

New Zealand’s mobile operators are taking a page out of the industry’s 3G pricing playbook …

Blog: Tracking progresses far beyond facial recognition

Hitachi this week announced it developed detection and tracking technology using artificial intelligence (AI) which …

Blog: China operator 2016 scorecard

China’s big three mobile operators, which together have 1.3 billion mobile connections, reported mostly upbeat …

Blog: Philippines sets stage for new entrant

On the surface, the Philippines telecoms market underwent a lot of change in the past …

Blog: Will consolidation place incumbent Indian operators on solid ground?

India, a country with 1 billion mobile connections and a SIM penetration of 76 per …

Blog: HKT steps up war of words with regulator OFCA

Hong Kong’s largest telecoms operator HKT continued its long-running campaign against the territory’s telecoms regulator, …

Blog: China outpaces global 4G growth in 2016 – again

China consolidated its position as the world’s LTE leader last year after its 4G subscriber …

Blog: Viettel entering mature Myanmar market

Myanmar’s telecoms sector became one of the fastest growing in the world since it was opened …