Global SIM shipments were estimated to be 5.2 billion in 2014 as LTE, NFC and M2M technologies emerged as the prevailing trends in the telco market, new research has revealed.
Wi-Fi, spectrum sharing and dynamic spectrum access are all vital to meet booming data demands, the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance has claimed.
Gemalto, Sierra Wireless and Telit are set to reap the rewards of explosive growth in the mobile M2M module market over the next three years, when it is expected to treble to $4.5 billion (€3.8 billion).
The UK's regulator is exploring the potential of 5G by asking the industry for help in planning for mobile services above the 6GHz mark.
One problem with safety products of any type is you are effectively selling the "worst case scenario".
Messaging spam is moving from SMS to OTT apps, new research has found, as network operators place more sophisticated security measures on traditional texts.
Samsung has finally unveiled its first smartphone running on its homegrown mobile operating system, almost six months after it abandoned a planned Russian launch.
The enthusiasm around the Internet of Things dominated this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) where connectivity was showcased in a myriad of ways, from buttons to BMWs, chipsets, helmets and water heaters.
Google will cease production of its Google Glass Explorer Edition as the unit realigns itself under the command of Nest executive Tony Fadell.
Qualcomm and Virgin Group have joined a project to launch 648 micro-satellites, which will wirelessly connect areas without internet access.
Telit, Telenor Connexion and Allianz Telematics have implemented a “network friendly mode” for the Internet of Things to help ensure optimal performance of connected devices.
Steve Pusey, Vodafone's Group CTO and the public face of its 4G advertising, is to retire from the operator in July.
CardMobili has launched a new beacon solution that can be integrated into digital wallet platforms.