Qualcomm has released a new suite of multi-user Mimo (Mu-Mimo) products that it said can triple network and device performance.
Google is looking to use electropermanent magnets to hold together its forthcoming Project Ara modular smartphones, the digital company has announced ahead of a developers conference this month.
Avanti Communications, the British Association of Public Safety Communications Officials and software company Quortus have tested a new programme to allow UK emergency services to communicate on 4G LTE networks through satellite backhaul.
The SimAlliance has released its most recent set of Open Mobile API specifications to detail how apps can access the various secure elements (SE) on a handset.
Intel has demonstrated its new low-cost System on Chip (SoC) architecture, which it is aiming at the Chinese 3G market, for the first time.
More than half of operators will start deploying SDN by the end of this year, with multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) backbone core and cloud services seen as the first priority, according to new research.
UK operators can only choose between suppliers of backhaul in eight percent of sites, the CEO of Three UK has claimed, as he led calls for the country's regulator Ofcom to have more powers to strengthen competition.
British consumers will be able to make payments to friends and family thanks to a new secure service that only requires a banking app and the recipient's phone number.
Four Romanian operators have boosted their networks with fresh chunks of 1800MHz spectrum, following the 2012 auction of new bandwidth.
Smart Wi-Fi connection and data trackers are among the welter of new features unveiled by Microsoft in its new Windows Phone 8.1 OS.
NSN and SK Telecom have announced the first-ever commercialisation of Uplink Cooperative Multi-Point (CoMP), a technology that boosts uplink speeds to 4G LTE networks.
Operators should be given spectrum from broadcasters to feed forthcoming demand for capacity, as viewing habits and technologies change, the GSMA has said.
Cisco, IBM and Intel are among the companies who have co-founded a group aiming to drive standards and adoption of the Internet of Things.