Mobile and fixed IP convergence systems supplier Taqua has acquired VoWIFI developer Kineto Wireless.
Switzerland's mobile operators have launched a new secure form of SIM-based authentication, with Swisscom developing, operating and maintaining the technology dubbed "Mobile ID".
Samsung has ventured into the world of virtual reality, unveiling its first headset amid a busy range of announcements at the annual IFA show in Germany.
Video now accounts for more than half of global mobile network traffic, with five times more data served over LTE networks than 3G, new research has found.
Nokia Networks has combined big data, artificial intelligence and automated processes in trials in a bid to improve the quality of experience across a large number of user sessions on mobile networks.
Swiss operators Swisscom, Sunrise and Orange have extended plans to improve mobile coverage along the country's railways by equipping carriages on regional routes with repeaters.
NXP Semiconductors has announced a new passive solution for NFC that it hopes will bring new and intuitive applications for the technology.
Nokia and Intel are launching a new innovation centre in Bath, UK, to allow networks operators and app developers to test the vendor's new Liquid Applications platform.
Mobile messaging company Acision has moved to strengthen its enterprise security offering by acquiring MindMatics Secure Messaging for an undisclosed fee.
Nokia Networks has released upgrades to its LTE and HSPA Liquid Radio products, increasing speeds of the former to as much as 450MBps and reducing interference.
Ericsson and Polish operator Polkomtel have carried out the country's first successful trial of LTE Broadcast.
Broadcasters and wireless microphones should be pushed off the 700MHz band by 2020 to make way for European wireless broadband services, the European Commission has heard.
LTE broadcast technology is gaining traction with network operators and suppliers around the world, according to a new report.