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Cybersecurity firm DarkMatter has unveiled its first smartphone named 'Katim.' Its CEO Faisal Al Bannai breaks down the device's key features.
DarkMatter CEO Faisal Al Bannai talks about the recent hacking activity that's taken place in the cryptocurrency space.
Planet Computers showed off its Gemini smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Internet of things devices can be hacked and the computing power off all the gadgets can be used to mine the digital coin monero.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, the handsets on display all looked very similar.
At Mobile World Congress, a number of smartphone makers were showing off devices that looked very similar to Apple's iPhone X.
Andrus Ansip, the EU commissioner in charge of the Digital Single Market, said that all companies should be able to use user data to make money.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins calls for collaboration between the world's economic superpowers.
McAfee CEO Christopher D. Young said ransomware is a “constant game that we’re working against.”
Ramon Fernandez discusses 5G and Orange Bank.
Ramon Fernandez speaks to CNBC's Karen Tso about mobile innovation.
Katim is an Android smartphone with a 5.2-inch display and strong encryption.
Andrus Ansip, vice president of the European Commission, speaks about mobile innovation and cybersecurity.
The Chinese tech giant has bolstered its cloud computing presence in Europe with new products aimed at taking on the dominance of Amazon and Microsoft.
The SIKURPhone has an in-built cryptocurrency wallet designed to keep digital coins like bitcoin safe.
There needs to be an equal playing field between telecommunications operators and social media platforms, Andrus Ansip said.
The EU must encourage deeper collaboration on spectrum in Europe, Andrus Ansip, vice president of the European Commission, said.
The SoftBank Vision Fund has already deployed about a third of its capital and invested in 30 companies.
Jim Whitehurst speaks about the rollout of 5G.