Issues like the pandemic and the Supreme Court hog the election spotlight, but the tech industry faces massive changes if Trump gets a second term.
The two organizations plan to survey 35 countries by the end of 2023 to get a better picture of what areas lack internet access.
China isn't the only country jockeying for control. The US dominated 4G's expansion and expects to do the same now.
The pandemic has caused hiccups in some regions, but the super-fast wireless tech keeps rolling out.
A report by networking giant Ericsson finds things aren't quite as rosy in North America and Europe.
Executives from the companies tell lawmakers they have what it takes to build safe and secure US 5G networks.
In an unprecedented move, the world's biggest mobile conference won't happen this year -- and that could mean delayed phone launches.
The smartphone giant is monitoring people and offering face masks.
The smartphone giant won't be sending as many executives to the world's largest mobile conference as in years past, but as of Friday, it still plans to attend.
The US is very worried about China's potential to dominate in 5G.
The Swedish telecoms company follows in the footsteps of LG in deciding not to put the health of employees at risk.
Ericsson says 5G will cover almost half of all global mobile data traffic by then.