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5G presents security challenge for telcos

5G will deliver not just faster phone and computer data but also help connect up cars, appliances, cargo and crop equipment.

Intel aims to push beyond phones with 5G infrastructure deals

Intel got into the wireless data business with its acquisition of German modem maker Infineon in 2011.

Facial recognition: Coming to a gadget near you

While facial recognition has been on smartphones for some time, some newer uses include in care and entry systems for homes and offices, along with retail applications

China’s Huawei slams Australia 5G mobile network ban as “politically motivated”

The ban signals a hardening of Australia's stance toward its biggest trading partner at a time when relations between the two have soured over Canberra's allegations of Chinese meddling in its politics.

Huawei teases ‘real upgrade’ for P20 Pro, Mate 20 Pro gets...

Huawei fans could be in for a treat as the brand confirms the P20 Pro will feature a triple lens camera with 40MP, as well as 5x zoom and "much more", according to a recent tweet.

New iPhone X ‘Unleash’ ad targets gaming

Apple's latest iPhone X spot focuses on mobile gaming with 5-on-5 team game "Vainglory" as its specimen of A11-powered multitasking.

It’s confirmed! Malaysians can’t go without phones even for one day

Survey also shows over 70% prefer digital books than physical books.

Sony announces 48MP smartphone image sensor, the industry’s highest

Sony’s new IMX586 image sensor achieves a whopping 48MP, which can provide smartphone cameras with higher-definition photographs.

Verizon shuts down Go90 video service,makes oath home for media

With the service ending, Oath, the media and advertising unit that’s home to AOL and Yahoo’s online products, will become home for Verizon’s video operations starting June 30, the company said Thursday said in a statement.

Survey: 9 in 10 Malaysians are sleep deprived

A national survey shows 52% of respondents are unable to sleep due to stress, anxiety and depression, and 31% feel sleepy throughout the day.

Bangladesh Islamic school burns students’ mobile phones

A hardline Islamic school in Bangladesh said Tuesday it had confiscated hundreds of mobile phones and torched them in a bonfire because they were distracting students from their learning.

Security flaws put virtually all phones, computers at risk

Intel and ARM insisted that the issue was not a design flaw, but it will require users to download a patch and update their operating system to fix.

Over 46,000 fined for using mobile phones while driving

Police say unfair to claim enforcement weak when so many summonses have been issued for this one traffic offence every year.

Just how dangerous is driving and texting?

The use of mobile phones while driving is among the top six causes of accidents in Malaysia, say police.

14-year-old among 8 held for robbery, snatch thefts

Police seize 34 mobile phones and handbags believed taken from victims in a series of raids.