For a company so used to shouting about itself, whether it's through the actor Kevin Bacon or its bright cyan branding, EE is uncharacteristically cagey about its forthcoming VoLTE launch.
Panasonic Avionics has signed a deal with Eutelsat to use its high throughput satellites to deliver in-flight Wi-Fi coverage.
Amazon is targeting developers for the two new features of its Fire smartphone, the Dynamic Perspective navigation function and the Firefly discovery tool.
Telenor Global Services and Vodafone’s wholesale arm have announced an IPX interconnect and 4G LTE peering agreement.
The European Commission and the South Korean government have signed what they are calling “a landmark agreement” to further the development of 5G mobile technology.
Smart city company Gowex and Cisco are building a smart city for the Dubai Airport Freezone Authority, as the first stage of a new partnership looking to bring M2M to urban areas.
Huawei and Vodafone Spain have announced that they have successfully completed with world’s first GSM-LTE dynamic spectrum sharing (GL DSS) trial.
Swisscom has rolled out an LTE-Advanced network in Berne and Lausanne railway stations as a prelude to it becoming available in the cities of Berne and Biel/Bienne next month.
The maker of the first ever SIM card, Giesecke & Devrient (G&D), has launched a triple SIM card which combines all form factors – from ID-1 (credit card format) to the classic plug-in format (2FF), through to the micro-SIM (3FF) and nano-SIM (4FF) – on a single card so that the same SIM can be used on different devices.