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Broadcom has extended its IoT portfolio after introducing the industry’s first dual-band Wi-Fi audio chip and integrating NFC.
Digital wallet company CardMobili is working with technology provider Bango to bring carrier billing to retail stores for the first time.
The co-founder of Skype has backed a new app, aimed at updating messaging for the era of cloud computing.
Operators upgrading their networks to LTE-Advanced and growth in small cell deployments is turning around the microwave equipment market, new research has claimed.
New research from the Wireless Broadband Alliance has revealed a growing appetite for carrier Wi-Fi, with more than half of surveyed providers now backing public Wi-Fi investments.
Alcatel-Lucent has launched a new virtualised security product that allows operators to provide network-based malware protection.
Telecom standards body ETSI and operator organisation NGMN have extended their collaboration to include work on standardising forthcoming 5G technology.
The mobile industry is on the cusp of peak LTE, with infrastructure deployments set to reach a crescendo next year, new research has claimed.
There will be almost two billion LTE handsets shipped by 2020, fuelled by demands for data and evolution in the technology, new research has claimed.
Cisco has launched a joint venture with household appliances company Bosch and technology company ABB to build an open software platform for the smart home.
EE is building a new micro network to wirelessly connect remote areas without a need for broadband or cables, aiming to add 1,500 communities to its network by 2018.
Magyar Telekom has launched an NFC-enabled MobilTárca mobile wallet to customers in Hungary, allowing them to pay, collect loyalty points or redeem tickets on their smartphone.