BlackBerry has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual SIM technology that enables multiple phone numbers to be active on a single handset.
MediaTek technology has powered the first Android One smartphones, as Google revealed its attempt to bring connectivity to developing markets.
Half of all drivers would consider switching to another brand of car if it offered connected car services, according to a new report.
User generated content will drive the market for 4K compatible smartphones, with Germany and the UK set to play a key role in the adoption of the technology, Qualcomm has said.
Network testing and security firm Ixia has announced that its IxLoad NFV testing technology is now available to mobile operators on a virtualised system.
Qualcomm Technologies has extended 4G LTE to lower tier smartphones with the launch of a new Snapdragon processor for entry level devices.
Ericsson has launched a "tablet-sized" indoor small cell with carrier aggregation, featuring double capacity and the ability to deliver LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps.
Smartphones will account for two-thirds of all mobile connections in 2020, according to a new report by GSMA Intelligence, with four out of every five connections coming from the developing world.
Vodafone has rolled out HD voice technology to 3G and 4G customers on its UK network.
EE's forthcoming VoWi-Fi service could face delays after the operator admitted the service "isn't working well enough" in trials, due to the complexity of the technologies involved.
Apple has unveiled a new contactless payment system for its latest iPhone 6 smartphone, in addition to launching a long-rumoured smart watch.
Alcatel-Lucent is working with Qualcomm on a new indoor small cell to improve 3G, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity in workplaces.
Nokia Networks has bolstered its small cell portfolio by launching a new double capacity picocell, announcing new features and unveiling a 3D geolocation service for indoor planning.