Ericsson and Polish operator Polkomtel have carried out the country's first successful trial of LTE Broadcast.
Swiss operators Swisscom, Sunrise and Orange have extended plans to improve mobile coverage along the country's railways by equipping carriages on regional routes with repeaters.
NXP Semiconductors has announced a new passive solution for NFC that it hopes will bring new and intuitive applications for the technology.
Skyfire has unveiled new optimisation capabilities for Rocket Optimizer, its video and data optimisation platform for mobile, that it claims will stop audio stalling whilst streaming.
Deutsche Telekom and Canyon Bicycles have developed the first “intelligent bike”, featuring in-built emergency call and anti-theft functions.
Today’s smartphone market is fuelled by manufacturers battling to stay at the bleeding edge of mobile technology, the theory being that the company that comes out on top is the one that can be the most innovative.
Global mobile broadband subscriptions reached 2.4 billion in the second quarter of 2014 as data traffic grew 60 percent year-on-year.
Broadcasters and wireless microphones should be pushed off the 700MHz band by 2020 to make way for European wireless broadband services, the European Commission has heard.
LTE broadcast technology is gaining traction with network operators and suppliers around the world, according to a new report.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled Gear S, the latest product in its ever-growing smartwatch lineup, which allows users to make calls over 3G.
CommScope has announced a new range of passive components designed to boost the quality of wireless networks by limiting unwanted radio frequencies.
Nokia Networks will upgrade Three Ireland’s 2G and 3G networks, the two companies have announced.