The humble little satellite could handle just a single black-and-white TV channel, but it was the cutting-edge technology of its day. JFK gave it a spin 50 years ago today.
The smartphone was approved for access to the China mobile network by the country's Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center.
The U.N.'s International Telecommunication Union is hosting a discussion of patent policy with Apple, Google, Microsoft and other tech titans at its Geneva headquarters.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Sumi Das talks with Jay Greene, who explains the concerns the House Intelligence Committee has with Huawei and ZTE, and how it is discouraging American companies from buying their telecommunication products.
At a meeting earlier this month, the International Telecommunication Union reversed course and said that current U.S. "4G" technologies really are 4G.
QNX's CAR 2 application platform already boasts the support of a variety of software and hardware companies, including TeleCommunication Systems, Texas Instruments, Vlingo, and Audi--which already uses QNX technology in its current infotainment systems.
Proposal for a global "cyberpeace" treaty has met "a lot of resistance" from industrialized nations, says head of U.N.'s International Telecommunication Union.
The number of mobile phone subscriptions worldwide reached 4.6 billion last year and is expected to hit 5 billion this year, says the International Telecommunication Union.
Subscribers in Japan are currently locked into a mobile carrier at expensive monthly rates when buying a subsidised phone. A new government initiative will remove the SIM locks on phones to allow for freedom of choice.
Russian government orders ISPs to cut access to a handful of opposition Web sites, some of which have criticized recent military incursions on the Crimean peninsula.