President Donald Trump issued an executive order to make things harder for Chinese companies, especially Huawei, which was also added to the Entity List.
The Justice Department said U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh should be careful not to rush to punish Qualcomm in the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s antitrust case.
Cox Communications introduced a Cox Elite Gamer service that allows people to pay $15 per month for better connections to popular multiplayer titles.
The CIA reportedly warned its allies that Huawei is funded by several members of the Chinese government's intelligence apparatus.
The UK ISP Vodafone has had its "Gigafast" broadband package advertising pulled after Virgin Media complaints to Advertising Standards Agency
Intel demoed its latest silicon photonics transceiver that pushes data at 400G speeds via lasers embedded onto a silicon die.
Amazon confirmed that it plans to create a satellite constellation that could provide internet access to tens of millions of people via Project Kuiper.
Intel has annouced the release of the Wi-Fi 6 supported AX200 W-Fi adapter. The module supports speeds up to 2.4 Gbps MU-MIMO (2x2) and Bluetooth 5.
Nvidia said at GTC 2019 that it partnered with SoftBank and LG U+ to form the GeForce Now Alliance, which is meant to improve cloud gaming around the world.
Infinera "smashed through efficiency records for data transfer, nearly doubling data capacity and approaching the theoretical limit for such a transfer."
Qualcomm announced at MWC Barcelona 2019 the Snapdragon 8cx 5G compute platform to allow PC manufacturers to connect their devices to 5G wireless networks.
The U.S. reportedly plans to formally ask Canada to extradite Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou amid the looming trade war between the U.S. and China.
Huawei's CEO told workers that “mediocre employees” will probably be laid off in the coming months as the company struggles with global distrust.
Bad packets sent by a single bad network card in CenturyLink's infrastructure reportedly led to 911 service disruptions in several states over the holidays.
Qualcomm announced new chipsets for the 802.11ay wireless protocol, which operates on the 60GHz band and offers significant improvements over its predecessors.
The Wi-Fi Alliance is doing away with the official 802.11n/ac/ax designations in favor of the much easier to understand Wi-Fi 4, 5 and 6 version numbers.
The Trump administration spared Bluetooth devices with its latest round of tariffs, but it also said it will target "network router-type devices."
There has been several times in this life as a technology journalist when expanding my wireless network would have helped what I do.
The U.S. and UK released a joint statement accusing Russia of sponsoring groups attacking routers, switches, firewalls, and Network-based Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) devices.