Smartphone sales will drop seven percent in Europe this year, thanks to underwhelming new handsets and an incremental increase in their functionality, a new report has claimed.
Sales of augmented and virtual reality devices will rise fivefold over the next four years, according to new predictions.
Smartphone shipments are set to shrug off a disappointing 2017 and sales will hit almost 1.9 billion this year, a new report has suggested.
Qualcomm has launched new software development kits for virtual reality solutions that aim to support new applications on standalone headsets.
VR and AR headsets have been predicted to bounce back from a lacklustre 2017 thanks to new vendors, use cases and business models.
BT has live-streamed a high-quality video feed of a Champions League match to a smartphone app in what it claims as an industry first.
Orange is adding an IBM and Salesforce-powered virtual assistant to its banking app as it looks to differentiate its offer.
Deutsche Telekom and Telefónica have both revealed new SIM solutions at Mobile World Congress as methods of enabling the Internet of Things.
Deutsche Telekom is aiming to dive further into 5G research and deployments with the formation of a new subsidiary company dedicated to the technology, as football star Manuel Neuer made a guest appearance at its Mobile World Congress press conference.
Huawei's CEO has criticised “groundless suspicions” about the security of its products at a Mobile World Congress media roundtable and at the US government's effective blacklisting of its products.
Global smartphone sales have fallen year-on-year for the first time, as upgrades slowed down and manufacturers failed to bring substantially new benefits to new devices, Gartner has claimed.
Qualcomm signalled a more cordial tone while rejecting Broadcom’s latest takeover offer, as it announced a number of new handset deals for its 5G New Radio (5G NR) chipset.
Deutsche Telekom, EE, Elisa, Telia and Vodafone Group are planning to verify and trial new 5G New Radio infrastructure and devices devised by Nokia and Qualcomm.
Qualcomm and Samsung have signed a multi-year strategic partnership to focus on mobile device development and the shift to 5G.
Google has vowed to continue "building and investing for the long run" in its hardware business, after the digital company formally closed the takeover of HTC's hardware arm.
iOS and Android are tightening their grips on the European smartphone market as Windows Phone continues to decline, according to new figures from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Qualcomm is working with a range of Chinese OEMs to launch devices based on the 5G New Radio standard as early as 2019, as it won new deals to supply them with radio components.
The number of augmented reality (AR) users will exceed one billion in 2018, according to Deloitte, as technological advances make it more widely accessible.
Ericsson researchers have started exploring how augmented reality can be used to troubleshoot problems with factory equipment.
Samsung is pushing to make its IoT devices more open and interoperable as it aims to bring connectivity to every single device it makes by 2020.
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