Mobile operators in the UK will be able to deploy networks on the 700MHz frequency band after Ofcom announced plans to free up some of the airwaves currently used by digital television and wireless microphone services.
One statistic was all it took to show how far Europe has fallen behind Asia when it comes to mobile innovation.
Nokia has launched a new tablet featuring predictive software technology that runs on Android.
Telekom Austria has joined the Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance (NGMNA) in a bid to influence the development of 5G technologies.
SIMalliance has appointed Gemalto exec Hervé Pierre as its new Chairman.
Mavenir is set to take over mobile gateway business Stoke in a bid to expand its global footprint, improve its product portfolio and enter the small cell market.
Alcatel-Lucent is bringing LTE connectivity to Norway on the 450MHz band, as part of a pan-Scandinavia project with AINMT Holdings.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have completed an interoperability test of LTE Category 9 carrier aggregation in which they claim to have achieved download speeds of 450Mbps.
The amount of mobile data traffic generated between 2019 and 2020 is predicted to be greater than all that that has occurred before 2013, according to new research from Ericsson.
Cisco has launched a new Wi-Fi product, allowing operators to offer the likes of high definition voice over Wi-Fi calling to its customers.
Huawei has become the latest company to work with advertising giant JCDecaux to bring small cell connectivity to advertising hoardings.
It’s been a rough couple of months for mobile security. First, hundreds of celebrity photos were hacked and uploaded onto the internet in what many stars called a gross invasion of privacy. Then there has been the emergence of the Wirelurker and Masque attacks.
Samsung has lifted the lid on a number of new developer platforms for consumer lifestyle technologies at its 2014 Developer Conference.