Apple’s foray into the wearables market has been a long time coming but, while the Apple Watch is set to instigate a new age of devices, for now it simply marks another evolution of an industry struggling to meet a more urgent requirement.
Apple has launched its smartwatch alongside a new open source toolkit designed for medical and health research.
UK operator EE is expecting a "tsunami" of connected devices from the Internet of Things, with connected cars, health and wearables driving the sector.
Silent Circle has launched a privacy platform for enterprises after introducing new mobile devices at Mobile World Congress this week.
Mobile Europe has launched the latest version of its tablet edition, giving readers an insight into its CTO of the Year award and examining the Internet of Things.
Telefónica, Samsung and Sony are among the companies who have set up a working group aimed at developing an interoperable eSIM.
Telekom Austria has launched Europe's first LTE-based smart meter in its home market.
Vodafone has connected the London Metropolitan Police with tablets and bespoke apps, as well as launching the first international money transfer service for its M-Pesa mobile money solution.
London Underground is trialling Bluetooth beacon technology to help blind and visually impaired travellers get around a station.
Telekom Austria's wide-ranging virtualisation plans will be up for review after majority shareholder Américan Móvil parachuted in an Argentinian executive to take over the duties of CTO Gunther Ottendorfer.
Vodafone is deploying new, multi-standard Ericsson small cells in stores in the Netherlands.
Telefónica has chosen HP to be the technology provider and systems integrator of its UNICA virtualisation project.
Nokia and Ericsson will collaborate with Korea Telecom on 5G and IoT following the signing of new memorandums of understanding (MoUs) at Mobile World Congress.