Growth in the Internet of Things sector is being held back a "mess" of competing technologies and standards, new research has claimed.
UK operators have won a reprieve in the amount of money they will pay for 800MHz and 1800MHz spectrum, after regulator Ofcom reduced their proposed charges.
The Mayor of London could open up access to bus stops, lamposts and other street furniture to increase mobile coverage, as he looks to make the UK's capital a 5G ready city by 2020.
Huawei has teamed up with digital content provider FanPlay to build a software solution for stadiums that provides supporters with a range of value added content.
French regulator ARCEP has launched a consultation into the use of open spectrum, particularly by short range devices.
Huawei has built the first LTE broadcast network in Germany for sailing event Kieler Woche, allowing the crowd to view live footage from the competitors directly on their smartphones.
Cisco has built a Hotspot 2.0 network for Orange Romania, allowing the country's biggest operator to offload 3G and 4G traffic in high demand areas onto Wi-Fi.
Huawei is deploying 3D-mapping software by Ranplan in order to increase the efficiency of its small cell deployments.
The increasing appetite for small cells could leave operators vulnerable to potential attacks, new research has claimed.
Nokia Networks is holding a large scale experiment of LTE broadcast technology, transmitting television to a 200 square kilometre area in Germany using the APT700 band.
Orange is using NFC and Bluetooth to connect the healthcare products of TAPCheck after agreeing to host the manufacturer's apps on its computing platform.
Nokia Networks is to deploy its single RAN and radio network controller technology as part of a three year deal with Telefónica to modernise its Spanish network and expand its 4G service.