Vodafone has connected the London Metropolitan Police with tablets and bespoke apps, as well as launching the first international money transfer service for its M-Pesa mobile money solution.
UK operator EE is expecting a "tsunami" of connected devices from the Internet of Things, with connected cars, health and wearables driving the sector.
London Underground is trialling Bluetooth beacon technology to help blind and visually impaired travellers get around a station.
Silent Circle has launched a privacy platform for enterprises after introducing new mobile devices at Mobile World Congress this week.
Mobile Europe has launched the latest version of its tablet edition, giving readers an insight into its CTO of the Year award and examining the Internet of Things.
Telefónica, Samsung and Sony are among the companies who have set up a working group aimed at developing an interoperable eSIM.
MWC 2015 has kicked off with a deluge of device launches, including a new virtual reality headset from HTC developed in partnership with video game developer Valve.
Google has moved to make Android enterprise friendly, creating a new secure profile for employees wishing to use compatible smartphones at work.
Global smartphone sales crossed the one billion mark for the first time last year, a new report has claimed, with separate research suggesting Apple won big in Western Europe.
LG will launch an all-metal smartwatch at next month's Mobile World Congress aimed at the luxury market and powered by Android Wear.
Android devices are now neck-and-neck with Windows laptops when it comes to the number of devices infected with malicious software, new findings have claimed.
ARM has unveiled a new suite of high performing and energy efficient processors, which it said will power smartphones from next year onwards.
Qualcomm has shrugged off a reported snub from Samsung by announcing it has more than 60 devices in the pipeline featuring its Snapdragon 810 processor.
Industry veterans have discussed the short-term challenges that the Internet of Things must overcome before it can worry about hitting ambitious predictions about what the technology can achieve by 2020.
Wholesale carrier BICS and Openmind Networks have jointly launched a new hosted rich communication services (RCS) solution to allow operators to deploy a range of RCS products.
Russian operator MTS has integrated the GSMA’s Rich Communications Services (RCS) platform into its network in Moscow ahead of a launch later this year.
Qualcomm is pulling in more than half of all revenue from the LTE baseband modem and smartphone SOC markets, despite growing competition from rivals, a report from Strategy Analytics has found.
Microsoft has unveiled its latest computing platform, unifying its product ecosystem while bringing digital assistants and holographics to the fore.
Seventeen percent of global demand for semiconductors came from Apple and Samsung last year, after the companies spent a combined $57.9 billion (€50 billion) on the components.
Smartphone batteries are unlikely to see any significant improvement in the near future despite new technologies presenting a major opportunity for manufacturers, a new report has claimed.
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