Operators of China's digital "itinerary card," a smartphone function that has played a key role in authorities' pursuit of zero COVID, announced on December 12 that the service will officially go offline at 0:00 on December 13.
Reports emerged recently claiming that Chinese tech giant Alibaba and state-owned China Telecom signed a strategic cooperation agreement on November 2. However, China Telecom stated on November 3 that this news is totally false.
This month, Apple released its new iPhone 14 series. In contrast with the Chinese version, the US version of the iPhone 14 no longer has a SIM card slot, but replaces it with an eSIM.
The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 4-0 on Thursday to revoke the 214 license of a China Unicom subsidiary on the grounds of "national security concerns."
Evident at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018, 5G has become a hot topic in China and the rest of the world. Unlike 2G, 3G and 4G, China’s 5G deployment is timely with other countries.