BT has opened a new “Alexander Black” concept store in Milan that aims to give customers a tech-heavy taste of the future of retail shopping.
Network sharing agreements have surged in the past five years as a spike in data traffic caused operators to pursue cost-savings as a priority, new findings have revealed.
Google has begun preapproving apps on and introduced a new age rating system for its Play store.
A surge in LTE spending, particularly across China with the market's widespread deployment of TDD-LTE, has led mobile infrastructure market revenue to increase 10 percent to $46.8 billion (€44.0 billion), a new report has claimed.
Low-cost Spanish airline Vueling has launched its first aircraft with high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity from Telefónica using satellite broadband technology.
Innovation may drive changes in the telecoms, but according to Bell Labs' President, the industry may soon hit a limit in just what it can do.
BlackBerry company Secusmart is working with IBM and Samsung to launch a new high-security tablet aimed at enterprises and the public sector.
More than 10 million small cells have been deployed globally, with a new report from the Small Cells Forum claiming over 75 operators are using the technology.
Smart LED lighting is set to be the dominant application of smart homes and cities, with a new report claiming more than half a billion units will be deployed by 2020.
O2 UK is piloting traffic management software in central London in a bid to improve its data performance on its 3G network.
Vodafone Germany has began rolling out Voice over LTE and held a demonstration of 5G technology at CeBIT 2015.
Deutsche Telekom’s T-Systems has expanded its connected car platform to the wider industrial landscape at CeBIT, while also drilling down on big data and mobile security.
Swisscom has built a low-power wide area network (LPWAN) for new trials looking into energy efficient Internet of Things infrastructure.