Huawei has launched a mobile money solution for operators, comprising banking, payments and marketing.
LTE femtocells are driving the growth of the small cells market, as operators deploy them to support the rolling out of macro networks, new research has claimed.
The GSMA director general has attacked Facebook's plans to use drones to connect the unconnected as "scary", claiming terrorists could mistake them for military devices and try to shoot them down.
Telekom Austria subsidiary VipNet has demonstrated HD video streaming by using LTE and network function virtualisation, becoming the first operator in the group to demonstrate NFV.
Almost half of operators are sceptical about how much money can be made from the launch of rich communication services (RCS), with further concerns about interoperability of the technology, a new survey has claimed.
F-Secure will offer real-time multi-device security to Telecom Italia's customers, as the operator looks to cope with the growing threats to smartphones and tablets.
The Tizen Developer Conference started with a bang yesterday with the long awaited announcement of Samsung's first smartphone running the OS.
Taiwan's FarEasTone has become the first operator to launch a commercial LTE service on the APT700MHz band, which is seen as the world's future harmonised 4G frequency.
SpiderCloud has announced it will launch further trials on dual-band LTE radio nodes this summer, as it starts commercially shipping the 3G version of the same product.
Chip maker Cavium has released a new range of ARM-based 64-bit system on chip products which it said offers the best performance on low power for data centres and cloud apps.
The number of M2M connections is set to quadruple within the next five years, with GSM technology likely to dominate in the short term, new research from Ericsson has found.
Apple is targeting health and the smart home as it launched what it called its "biggest developer release ever", with more than 4,000 new APIs for developers ahead of the release of iOS8.
Demand for tablets is slowing amid heavy demand for phablets and consumers deciding to hold onto their devices for longer, with research agency IDC reducing its sales predictions for the category for 2014.