Smartphones supporting TD-LTE networks have almost doubled during the past year, following a sharp growth in the number of countries using the technology.
Vodafone New Zealand has teamed up with Nokia Networks to deploy the country's first commercial 700MHz LTE network.
Inflated expectations around the Internet of Things has led research agency Gartner to dub the sector as achieving "peak hype" among various types of technology.
Ericsson has demonstrated a new mobility-based policy in Tokyo to show how user experience can be handled in very congested areas.
Europe was late to the 4G party but the UK was even later, with a combination of squabbling operators and lack of spectrum delaying the rollout of LTE. But according to new figures this week, there are now six million 4G LTE subscribers, amounting to around eight percent of all mobile subscriptions.
Qualcomm has helped watchmaker Timex to produce its first smartwatch, which offers connectivity through AT&T's network across the US and Canada.
OTT players such as WhatsApp and Facebook have lead to a sharp drop in the number of SMS sent in the UK, according to new figures from Ofcom.
British satellite operator Avanti is set to launch its fourth satellite, bringing 28GHz of Ka band connectivity to Europe and Africa.
Digital security specialist Gemalto has bought data protection company SafeNet in a bid to offer customers a complete security solution from core to edge.
The tussle around who will be in charge of 5G innovation has continued with the announcement Huawei is setting up a South Korea-based research centre in partnership with local operator LG Uplus.
A majority of operators have an attitude of "wait and see" when it comes to network virtualisation technology, with 33 percent saying it will be between two and three years when they have a full-scale implementation of NFV, a Mobile Europe and Juniper Networks survey has found.
Arqiva will provide help O2 and Vodafone with network consolidation and 4G LTE deployment, after signing a 10-year site share agreement with both operators.
Wi-Fi vendor Bluepod Media has set up trial Wi-Fi networks on two London buses, with the city's transport operator hoping to roll it out across the entire fleet.