The expected boom in wearable technology is creating opportunities for companies to leverage data for the healthcare sector, new research has claimed.
Small cells will be central to the implementation of 5G technology, according to NSN, as the industry gears up for the next talking shop about the future of wireless technology.
The debut of 802.11ac Wi-Fi with MIMO technology and a plethora of new sensors has lead the cost of building the Samsung Galaxy S5 to soar, according to teardown estimates from IHS.
Telefónica and investment vehicle Blackstone's GSO Capital Partners' new mobile advertising joint venture is to use the recently acquired MobClix platform to help app developers sell instantaneous adverts on their products.
Mobile operators may be able to analyse the increasing video usage on their network in real time and in more granular detail, thanks to a new product launch.
Paypal has launched its biometric identification service for the Samsung Galaxy S5, meaning consumers in 25 countries can make payments by using their fingerprint.
Smartphones with a pixel density of more than 500 per inch have moved one step closer after a Taiwanese firm produced the world's highest resolution quad HD (QHD) screen.
Intel is banking on forthcoming Category 6 LTE chipsets and recent deals with Lenovo, Asus, Dell and Foxconn to turnaround its mobile business, which lost €671.2 million during its most recent quarter.
Data now accounts for 98 percent of all mobile traffic globally, putting networks under strain and leading to a more than doubling of dropped calls, new research has claimed.
The company behind the Fon Wi-Fi network is trying to raise $250,000 (€181,000) to build a wireless jukebox controlled by smartphones.
Google has beaten Facebook to acquire Titan Aerospace, a company specialising in solar-powered, pilotless drones that can remain airborne for years at a time, as the battle for finding new ways to deploy wireless internet hots up.
Growing excitement over Bluetooth and beacon technology will result in 2014 being a "breakout" year for indoor location technology in retailers, analysts have claimed.
Today saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, the world’s biggest smartphone maker’s latest attempt to tighten its grip on the handset market.