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  • [New] RCS is closely tied to Google in many people's minds and Google offers RCS services to carriers and will even allow consumers to directly use RCS via its services if their carrier does not offer it. / The Verge
  • [New] Mobile devices have become globally ubiquitous: Over six billion people around the world currently own a cellular device, with over 1.5 billion additional cell phones expected to ship in 2021. / Converge XYZ
  • [New] The Australian government plans to provide most of the financing for the acquisition of mobile networks in six Pacific nations, a move that foreign-policy experts say is designed to block China from buying the strategically important assets. / WSJ
  • [New] The mobility plan 'Good Move' (2020-2030) of the Brussels Capital Region entails Mobility-as-a-Service as a key component that integrates transport services into digital platforms. / MDPI
  • [New] By 2030, Volkswagen Group will have systems capabilities for autonomous shuttle fleets, owning some of them and expanding its offerings of mobility services and financing. / Electric Cars Report
  • [New] The U.S. government has an opportunity to engage and lead in the digital financial and ID infrastructure space to help countries unlock their full economic potential while simultaneously achieving their own national security priorities and creating new markets for U.S. goods and services. / CSIS
  • [New] For security reasons, most states have barred use of technology that could allow disabled Americans to cast ballots electronically at home or on their mobile devices. / Center for American Progress
  • [New] Software developer Anyline is creating more opportunities to use a smartphone's camera to its fullest potential, and it just closed on a $20 million growth round to further its mission of becoming the eye of AI. / Built In Boston
  • [New] Mercedes-Benz has a global strategy to become carbon neutral by 2039 as it shifts from a being a vehicle manufacturer to a digital provider of mobility services'. / Auto Talk
  • While shipments of proprietary and cellular LPWA IoT devices are roughly equal today, over the next decade industry experts expect growth of cellular LPWA devices to outpace propriety LPWA devices. / Sierra Wireless
  • The MICA Network will help mobilize investments, grow Canadian SMEs and establish Canada's leadership role in addressing climate change. / MiningFeeds
  • Hitachi ABB will provide complementary technology - charging, asset management and predictive maintenance - to make mobility as a service a reality. / Hitachi Vantara
  • The FN980 series has received global certification, providing OEMs, system integrators and end users with additional, independent verification that their FN980 - based devices will perform as expected on all major mobile operator networks worldwide. / IoT Business News
  • In India, the vehicle Scrappage Policy announced at the beginning of 2021 could boost new vehicle sales and potentially help increase the used and remanufactured parts aftermarket. / Frost & Sullivan
  • As the first company in the world to launch a Mobile Edge Compute service with AWS Wavelength, Verizon is uniquely positioned to unlock new opportunities in video business applications for teams and corporate users. / Verizon Sourcing LLC
  • China Mobile will share its 2.6 GHz network on a paid basis, with China Broadcasting Network able to access its 2G, 4G and 5G infrastructure prior to the launch of the 700 MHz network. / RCR Wireless News
  • Mobile phones could be banned from schools in England as part of plans to promote 'calm classrooms'. / Manchester Evening News
  • Orbit Fab will pay to have Benchmark's mobility service maneuver its tankers into position to replenish spacecraft in need of a fill up. / Space Daily
  • The global market is anticipated to witness growth owing to the factors such as technological advancements as well as high penetration of mobile phones. / Market Research Reports By MRFR
  • Samsung's memory chip shipments, especially for DRAM chips widely used in servers, mobile phones and other computing devices, were larger than expected, contributing to chip profits that dwarfed a steep quarter-over-quarter fall in smartphone shipments. / The Globe and Mail

Last updated: 25 July 2021


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