"China is one of the biggest threats to Sweden," the head of the country's security services said.Oct 20, 2020 - World
Its support of new technologies like 5G and lidar can vault them into the mainstream.Oct 14, 2020 - Technology
Apple is expected to debut several new iPhone models supporting 5G wireless networks at the Oct. 13 press event.Oct 6, 2020 - Technology
"I think that those things are real and they are not so in the far off future."Sep 22, 2020 - Technology
Outside of its community of believers, QAnon's appeal remains dimly understood.Aug 18, 2020 - Technology
Students without broadband access will not be able to keep up with all-online classes.Aug 3, 2020 - Technology
Boosting telehealth services with 5G likely won't eliminate the need for physical doctor's visits, Mei Kwong, executive director for the Center for Connected Health Policy, said on Friday during an Axios virtual event on Friday.
The big picture: Telehealth has experienced massive growth during the coronavirus pandemic, as more health providers have had to pivot services for patients stuck at home.
While countries including the U.S. and U.K. grow increasingly willing to challenge China on everything from Hong Kong to Huawei, Germany has steered clear of confrontation with Beijing.
Why it matters: Despite German Chancellor Angela Merkel's reputation as a champion of democratic values, her critics contend that when it comes to China, any such concerns are trumped by the economy.
The U.S. will impose visa restrictions on certain employees of Chinese telecom Huawei and other companies that "provide material support to regimes engaging in human rights violations globally," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday.
Why it matters: The Trump administration's latest escalation against Huawei, which U.S. intelligence officials view as a threat to national security due to its ties to the Chinese military, comes the day after the U.K. announced it will no longer allow the telecom to access its 5G network.
The U.K. said Tuesday that it will no longer allow Chinese tech company Huawei to access its 5G network amid growing pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to take a stand against Beijing, the New York Times reports.