The smartphone market has hit a milestone, breaking through 300 million shipments per quarter for the first time, new research has revealed.
The proposal from the UK government’s Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to boost mobile coverage across the country has been criticised as challenging, complex and damaging to the industry.
KPN has launched the first cloud-based push to talk (PTT) service in Europe across 3G, LTE and Wi-Fi networks.
Telenor has launched a new NFC-based m-payment system across more than 400 stores in Norway.
Telcos risk losing out to retailers on a predicted 500 percent growth in Europe’s hotspot market as non-telco brands drive new monetisation models for Wi-Fi connectivity.
Andy Rubin, the man who brought the Android operating system to smartphones, is leaving Google to reportedly set up a hardware incubator.
Google will update plans for the forthcoming Project Ara modular smartphone, after it announced its second module developers conference.
Mobile Europe has launched a survey into the highs and lows of 2014, and what the industry can expect from 2015.
Telenor Global Services and Telefónica Global Solutions have signed an IPX peering agreement, allowing roaming signalling services like SS7 over Sigtran and LTE diameter.
An ultra-dense cloud-based radio access network will be the first priority of the University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), as the research organisation received a £5 million (€6.39 million) investment from partner Huawei.
Technology to protect busy shipping lanes from GPS interference and jamming has been deployed across Dover and the east coast of the UK.
Ericsson has launched a certification programme for the Open Platform for Network Functions Virtualisation (OPNFV) initiative, in a bid to create an environment where solutions and infrastructure can be tested with existing standards.
SK Telecom and Ericsson have co-developed a new smart cell technology to improve the energy efficiency of base stations by dynamically controlling when they are activated.