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.
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.
Turkcell has hit downlink speeds of 63MBps by carrying out the world's first demo of three carrier high-speed downlink packet access (3C-HSDPA) on a commercial network with Ericsson and Qualcomm.
Free Mobile has optimised its internet protocol suite, as it bids to improve its data performance among customers.
BT is the latest company to explore network functions virtualisation after signing a deal with network solutions company Ipanema Technologies.
The main challenge facing operators looking to move their business into the connected home is not the threat from Apple or Google, but ensuring the customer experience is solid, Orange has said.
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.
Ericsson has made the first commercial deployment of its fibre fronthaul solution with China Mobile, as the vendor announced the product is being trialled by several other operators.
MVNE Transatel is the latest company to explore network functions virtualisation, with plans to offer real time mobile data control and charging to its customers.
Mobile Europe has launched a survey into the Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualisation markets, as operators gear up with their trials and implementation strategies.
Qualcomm has completed its takeover of Wilocity, which develops 60GHz WiGig wireless chipsets, as it launches a new range of tri-band platforms to support the likes of 4K video and content sharing.