Google brings 5G Pixels into focus

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Google fleshed out the details of its first 5G Pixel smartphones, after a limited unveiling early last month. The Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 both feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G…

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Google prepares Pixel for 5G

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Google revealed its first 5G smartphones will be released by the end of the year, as it refreshed its budget handset series with a new Pixel 4a featuring an upgraded…

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Reliance readies home-grown 5G kit

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Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani (pictured) outlined his bold vision for its mobile unit, declaring Jio Platforms engineers designed and developed a complete 5G system from scratch which will be…

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3 African startups selected to take part in Google for Startups Accelerator on SDGs

Alongside eight other startups, African startups—mDoc, Flare and Solar Freeze—have been selected to participate in Google for Startups Accelerator programme on Sustainable Development Goals which begins on April 21.

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Google and Facebook invest in trans-Pacific infrastructure

By Lucy Spencer: Google and Facebook have teamed up to build the largest-capacity trans-Pacific undersea internet cable to date, between Los Angeles to Hong Kong. The 12,800 km Pacific Light Cable Network (PLCN) will have an estimated cable capacity of 120 Tbps once completed in 2018 – double the speed of FASTER, which is also backed by Google. Google said […]

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