Citing an 80% delinquency rate among users, Montreal has decided to end a pilot of 680 e-scooters and e-bikes that started in June.
Sony is introducing two flagship 5G smartphones and demonstrated its first 5G handset, the Xperia 1, due to start shipping in coming months.
The United States will host a conference on 5G that President Donald Trump will attend, according to Larry Kudlow, national economic council director.
Though total revenue is down, sales of Fitbit devices increased from 14 million in 2018 to 16 million last year, as the company awaits approval to be acquired by Google.
Nokia and Odakyu Electric Railway are working together to work on artificial intelligence-based railroad safety.
Citi Bike, operated by Lyft, is bringing its e-bikes back to New York City after a recall of 2,500 of the ride-sharing bikes last year.
With LTE coverage of 98% of the U.S. population, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said at an investor event that the cellular carrier is expanding its 5G coverage into additional markets.
Researchers at Rutgers University have created a blood-sampling robot to provide quick results to allow healthcare professionals to spend more time treating patients.
At a planned pre-Mobile World Congress event, Huawei introduced the lightest 5G base station and updated on its number of commercial contracts.
A digitized public highway network including thousands of individual sensors is being added to a smart city being built in the U.K.