devices

Xiaomi taking big steps on the global stage

After taking the lead in the Indian market, Xiaomi has continued the solid progress by snapping up second spot Indonesia, another one of the world’s most lucrative markets.

Aussie watchdog reviews termination regulations

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has kicked off a public inquiry to decide whether to extend, vary or revoke the domestic mobile terminating access service (MTAS) declaration.

Huawei eyes No.1 spot after shipping 95m smartphones

The Huawei Consumer business unit has had a bit of a boast, claiming to have shipped more than 95 million smartphones across the first six months as it leap-frogs Apple to second place in the market share rankings.

Connecting devices: Taking advantage of eSIM

Beyond smartphones, many more devices will be enabled by eSIM over the coming years. For example, the technology is likely to feature inside the multiple ‘smart’ devices in people’s homes.

Nokia phone saviour HMD hits unicorn status

HMD Global, the home of the re-booted Nokia devices, has raised $100 million from multiple investors to become the 24th company in 2018 to hit the $1 billion unicorn valuation status.

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