EE has switched on its LTE Advanced network, offering speeds of up to 150MBps to consumers with compatible handsets across central London.
The Limmex emergency smartwatch could be set to hit new regions, after its Swiss manufacturer began installing remote provisioning software into the device.
Russian mobile operator MTS will offer its Android customers special offers and tailored content, thanks to a new custom interface running on handsets.
Apple's entry into NFC will help fuel a more than fivefold increase in the number of users of the technology by 2020, but operators could find themselves on the outside looking in, new research has claimed.
The envelope tracking (ET) market is set to exceed four billion units per year by 2018, fuelled by inclusion of the technology on 4G LTE smartphones and new Wi-Fi standards.
Network solutions provider BATM has launched a 10 gigabit-ethernet (10GE) NFV platform for edge-of-network IT services.
The drive by Apple and Samsung to equip their handsets with the latest sensor technology will lead the market to almost triple between 2012 and 2018, new research has claimed.
Digits, a new password-free login technology from Twitter, has won the approval of the GSMA, who said the technology “demonstrates the benefits of mobile in protecting our identities”.
ARM has launched a roster of new media IPs for smartphones and tablets that promise to deliver better graphic performance at lower energy consumption.
Alcatel-Lucent is to enable 4G video streaming to French defence and security organisations during this weekend's Course du Rhum ocean race.
Telenor is eyeing a "major investment" in 4G LTE after picking Ericsson to provide 2G, 3G and 4G LTE radio hardware.
UK mobile operator O2 is turning to fibre as it looks to handle increasing data traffic from its 4G LTE rollout.
LG has developed its first mobile processor, with the Category 6 Nuclun chipset being included in its new Korea-exclusive G3 Screen handset.