Semiconductor maker Broadcom Corporation has unveiled a new series of next generation devices promising better performance for residential, business and outdoor markets.
MediaTek has lifted the lid on what it is describing as the world's first 64-bit octa-core LTE system-on-chip (SoC) which offers 2K display support.
The emergence of Category 6 chipsets could challenge Qualcomm's dominance of the LTE chip market, new research has claimed.
The French regulator has forced SFR and Free Mobile to correct their 4G coverage claims, after both French operators were found to have published "less accurate" figures than rivals.
Security company Silent Circle has launched an encrypted IP calling service, offering secure calls to people in 79 countries.
IBM is spending €2.2 billion during the next five years to look "beyond silicon" and develop semiconductors for the cloud computing and big data markets of the future.
Bluetooth Low Energy beacons are set to break through the 60 million unit mark by 2019, but the bulk of sales will not be from retail, despite recent hype about uses of the technology, new research has claimed.
LTE connections are set to break through the one billion mark by 2017 and then almost double in the following two years, new research has claimed.
Samsung, ARM and Google's Nest Labs are among the companies launching a new, low-powered smart home protocol aiming to solve issues with interoperability and reliability in the sector.
Amazon Web Services has launched a range of new features for app developers, including the ability to manage user information and app data across a range of different devices.
The entry of Apple and Google into the connected car market is set to fuel adoption of in-vehicle apps, with predictions the iPhone maker will see more than 24 million new cars using its CarPlay service by 2019.
VoLTE is set to be the biggest driver of IP multimedia subsystems (IMS), although operators have been warned that that product alone will not be enough to justify investment.
Samsung, Intel and Broadcom are among the companies working on new open source standards for the Internet of Things in a smart office or home, after founding a new consortium to improve interoperability in the sector.