Gogo has partnered with Virgin Atlantic to offer customers high-speed in-flight internet using 2Ku satellite-based technology.
The UK is Europe's biggest LTE market in terms of subscribers, new research from Ovum has revealed, as global subscriptions passed the quarter of a billion mark.
Smartwatches will account for 40 percent of consumer wristworn devices within 18 months, as demand for Apple's Watch and cheaper devices from Chinese OEMs and ODMs stimulates the market.
MediaTek is embedding data compression software onto its LTE system on a chip, allowing consumers to consumer half as much data as on their normal monthly plan.
Huawei has made the first commercial deployment of its "zero footprint" Blade base station, working with Omnitel in Lithuania.
Telecom Italia Digital Solutions is offering customers a turnkey Internet of Things platform after signing a deal with Jasper to power its service.
MediaTek technology has powered the first Android One smartphones, as Google revealed its attempt to bring connectivity to developing markets.
Cisco has set up an Internet of Things innovation centre in Berlin, as well as signing a deal to take over cloud operator Metacloud.
Telefónica and Cisco have launched a testing platform to find out the key benefits of converging IP and optical networks.
Consumers can now use NFC to travel on the London Underground, after a successful trial of contactless payments was held this year.
BlackBerry has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual SIM technology that enables multiple phone numbers to be active on a single handset.
Smartphones will account for two-thirds of all mobile connections in 2020, according to a new report by GSMA Intelligence, with four out of every five connections coming from the developing world.