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Facebook eyes multibillion-dollar stake in Reliance Jio | Financial Times
- if the board game Risk was about global telecoms infrastructure instead of military conquest, the truism 'never fight a land war in Asia' would change to 'never buy a carrier in India'. I can't see how Facebook is going to do any better with its holding than Vodafone etc
india  wireless  networkandtelecoms  business  analysis 
3 days ago by renaissancechambara
In February Smartphone sales in China Crashed more than 50% - Patently Apple
- not terribly surprising, Apple's increase in iPad sales probably didn't compensate for the drop
china  wireless  analysis  business 
24 days ago by renaissancechambara
Banned recording reveals China ambassador threatened Faroese leader at secret meeting | Berlingske
- the problem might not be Huawei but the Chinese government with Huawei just a conduit - but yeah
china  huawei  wireless 
6 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
MBS Taunted Jeff Bezos Over Secret Affair Before National Enquirer Expose | Daily Beast
- surprised that Bezos didn't have multiple numbers and and handsets - private and business. Also that they handsets weren't scrubbed regularly
informationsecurity  hacking  privacy  saudiarabia  wireless 
10 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
Inside the Feds’ Battle Against Huawei | WIRED
- interesting misses out on past behaviours of concern such as the T-Mobile robot arm and the African Union system infiltration
africa  Huawei  wireless  5g  us  china 
10 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
Try as It Might, Germany Isn’t Warming to Huawei – The Diplomat
Highest on their list of concerns has been the risk of exposing the future German 5G network to large-scale espionage and data theft on behalf of corporate and political actors in China. In recent years, Germany’s intelligence agencies have reported a steady increase in Chinese government-directed espionage and hacking activities against German targets, primarily with the aim of acquiring corporate secrets. China is now considered the source of the majority of cyberattacks against Germany. In 2019, some of the largest German companies confirmed that they had been targeted by a new wave of cyberattacks that likely originated with the Chinese government. During a parliamentary hearing on the issue of Huawei in October, Thomas Halden­wang, the president of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency (Bundesverfassungsschutz), claimed that Chinese espionage and cyberattacks have been expanding into more and more sectors of the economy and the state. According to Haldenwang, while Chinese cyberattacks in Germany were previously focused primarily on private corporations and technology
germany  Huawei  5g  wireless  china  hacking 
11 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
ChinaEconTalk Inaugural Issue: Huawei Hunted
- interesting translation of article from Beijing Cultural Review that provides a comprehensive, if distorted view of the challenges facing Huawei. - Disclosure: I've previously had Huawei as a client twice, I have friends that work there but from a corporate culture point of view they're a bag of messianic douchebags with mediocre software quality control
Huawei  wireless  analysis 
12 weeks ago by renaissancechambara
Apple Captures 66% of the Smartphone Industry's Profits in Q3 leaving all of their Competitors Combined in the Dust - Patently Apple
it is becoming a challenge for Chinese smartphone brands to increase their smartphone ASPs and margins due to a combination of longer consumer holding periods and Apple lowering pricing on some key SKUs, which has limited the headroom that Chinese vendors had used to increase their ASPs
wireless  technology  apple  analysis 
december 2019 by renaissancechambara
(2) Mobile: Social - Unpacking what holds the loyalty industry back... from what it could be. | LinkedIn
- wider implications around people who've been conditioned by mobile ( and other technologies towards internet, multi-channel TV etc) to expect instant gratification in general
wireless  social 
november 2019 by renaissancechambara
5G will only be as revolutionary as the devices we design for it — Quartz
“When we’ve spoken with consumers who carry the latest smartphones today, and you talk with them about 5G, what these users are saying is that the current form factor and feature sets cannot take advantage of the promise of 5G,” Sethi told Quartz. While smartphones are great for reading the web, watching videos, and checking emails, there’s not much that a considerably faster connection speed will do for them that they can’t already do.
wireless  5g  consumerbehaviour  analysis  networkandtelecoms 
november 2019 by renaissancechambara
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