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.
Nokia Networks will upgrade Three Ireland’s 2G and 3G networks, the two companies have announced.
Opera Mini is to become the default browser for certain Microsoft devices after the two companies signed a licensing agreement.
TeliaSonera and cableco DNA have announced a mobile network sharing agreement in rural Finland.
EE is the overall top-performing network in the UK, but Three is slowly catching up, according to a new report.
Samsung has taken a major step towards realising its IoT ambitions after acquiring smart home platform SmartThings.
Global mobile broadband subscriptions reached 2.4 billion in the second quarter of 2014 as data traffic grew 60 percent year-on-year.
Mobile Europe has launched the second version of its dedicated app, which features a focus on connected car technology.
New data from Infonetics has revealed a “period of correction” for the Voice over IP (VoIP) and IMS markets, as large operators accelerate the launch of Voice over LTE.
BlackBerry has announced that its portfolio of technology patents and assets are to be brought together in a new business unit as the company continues to move away from manufacturing devices.
Spreadtrum Communications has begun production of a “next-generation” multimode LTE modem that it hopes will speed up the introduction of 4G devices in China.