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    Phones 4U had ‘conspiracy theory’

    It was just the fifth-biggest player in its market The owners of UK retailer Phones4U were “more concerned with lining their own pockets than running...

    Orange urges Europe to Re think

    Only one in a hundred phones is recycled Orange Group is telling its European divisions to refurbish, return, reuse and, most important of all, recycle...

    Nokia launches energy saving services for MNOs to sell

    Care for some Energy and Home Management SaaS? System maker Nokia has launched two services for network operators to sell, bot of which promise to...

    Vodafone building three UK solar farms

    Three sights that could drive 15, 000 cars off the road UK mobile operator Vodafone has signed a 10-year deal to build three new solar farms in...

    Ericsson Dallas to serve a better class of grid

    What if utilities were run with cloud-like efficiency? Ericsson is seeking a way to distribute power as efficiently as the cloud distributes computing resources...

    Flex IT buys MKCL, Peak Technologies creates Net Zero enabling kit refurb plan

    Mobile supply chain Circular economy is deal breaker - report A new trend is emerging in technology supply chains with the ‘circular economy’ increasingly likely...

    Every telco’s power consumption could be slashed with crystals – Berkeley study

    Every transistor across entire network could process for less A new power saving breakthrough in Silicon technology could dramatically cut the carbon consumption of telecoms...

    Vodafone Ukraine and Lifecell have restored services to 34 recaptured regions and towns of Irpin and Romanivka

    Phone shops refused to close even as war raged around them Vodafone Ukraine has restored its services in the towns of Irpin and Romanivka in...

    Kenya’s new €361m Peace subsea cable already making waves

    Link up with Asia and Europe fuels Africa’s fastest growing economy Thirteen years after Kenya welcomed its first ever fibre optic cable, the country has...

    Vodafone appeals for pre-loved devices in technology for refugees scheme

    Brilliant to see telcos support our work says Refugee Council The Vodafone Foundation has responded to the refuge crisis caused by Russia’s war on Ukraine...

    It took a Lorawan for Aqualabo, DTS and Kerlink to help clean up Mauritian oil spill

    Their Internet of Things keeps African economy clean and green Two French Internetworkers of Things (IoTs) are helping to clean up the island of Mauritius...

    DT, Orange, Telefónica, TIM and Vodafone update O-RAN story after MOU

    O-RAN is moving but NTT Docomo might get you there faster Five key European mobile operators have described how they intend to help Open Ran...

    BT and Nokia install 5G Standalone at UK Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC)

    Private network could help manufacturers work smarter UK telco BT is building a publicly funded 5G Standalone (SA) core network testbed project with Nokia’s 5G equipment at Coventry’s Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC). This...

    Achieving a sustainable mobile management: top programmes that work

    Sponsored: Taking care of the planet is a critical mission that the telecommunications industry needs to address. The evolution of technology has been extremely fast...

    Nokia one of the world’s most ethical companies – but few telcos make list

    Nokia's social practice make it a party with ethisphere Nokia is one of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies” according to the Ethisphere Institute, which nominated...