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6|27|2016 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Qualcomm is showing a prototype 5G base station and terminal in China Mobile’s booth at the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai this ...

2|29|2016 BARCELONA — A new generation of smartphones has progressed to a point where consumers can expect to record footage in 4K video. But what about audio quality?

2|29|2016 BARCELONA – No doubt 5G is coming to save a mobile world that’s struggling to keep up with the explosion in data traffic. But mobile network ...

2|26|2016 Keysight Technologies and Spreadtrum Communications have signed an understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the research and development of mobile chipset advanced ...

2|26|2016 BARCELONA – Chuck Robbins, who took Cisco’s reins from John Chambers six months ago, said this week at the Mobile World Congress on 5G: “We see ...

2|26|2016 BARCELONA -- The hot corner at the Mobile World Congress this week is an area called Innovation City. The GSM Association has joined with AT&T, the Global ...

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