Connected home products were to the fore on the second day of CES.
A number of companies have been pushing the possibilities of wearable tech at CES as they search for a killer app.
Lenovo, Panasonic and Kodak have been some of the first to make device announcements at CES 2015, including an ultra high-end smartphone, a wireless projector and Firefox-enabled television.
Broadcom, MediaTek and Intel were among the companies revealing new chipsets for Wi-Fi and 5G connectivity at CES.
Ericsson is aiming to boost indoor coverage with the help of new technology using a mix of licenced and unlicenced spectrum as well as small cells.
Innovations around tri-band carrier aggregation, including its first commercial launch, were among the Christmas/ New Year news.
Mobile payments made using NFC will account for $130 billion (€105 billion) of consumer retail spending by 2020, according to data and analysis firm Strategy Analytics.
A new consortium has been launched to help enable the Internet of Things (IoT) with a new global standard for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs).
The connected car is proving a focal point for manufacturers at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, with Broadcom, Samsung and Qualcomm all making announcements in automotive connectivity.
Samsung sang from the collaboration hymnsheet at this year's CES, arguing for a collaborative and people focused attitude towards the Internet of Things, as Qualcomm revealed a new smart lighting concept.
Chipmaker Nvidia has unveiled a mobile SoC with over a teraflop of processing power aimed at furthering advancements in machine learning and automation.
The most read stories of 2014 showed the diversity of topics affecting the in-trays of operator executives across Europe. Readers' most popular stories included areas including virtualisation, SIM card innovation, chipset manufacturing and Voice over LTE.
Mobile Europe has launched its CTO of the Year competition, its annual search for the most innovative executive in the mobile industry.