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.
Qualcomm used the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to announce a slew of product upgrades and customer wins focusing on the smart home and connected car.
Bouygues Telecom is bringing Google Assistant to its Android TV service as part of a wide-ranging expansion of the search giant's digital helper.
Broadcom’s CEO has urged Qualcomm investors to support its new nominations for the chipmaker’s board amid growing takeover interest, as Samsung announced the launch of a new AI specific application processor.
Apple is losing its reputation as a smartphone innovator in the wake of new software and devices from Amazon and Google, a new report has claimed.
ETSI has launched a new group to explore use cases and specifications for telcos to take advantage of augmented reality.
BlackBerry has paid Nokia $137 million after a court ruled the former smartphone giant failed to make payments from a patent license agreement between the two companies.
Android and iOS devices are increasingly failing users, with the Google operating system experiencing twice as many errors as its closest rival.
Larger screened phablet devices are set to overtake conventional smartphones, as consumers opt for more video and gaming friendly devices, new research has claimed.
5G smartphone shipments will hit 1.5 billion units by 2025, up from an estimated two million in 2019, a new report from Strategy Analytics has forecast.
Intel has launched new modems for 5G and LTE as operators prepare to upgrade their networks.
Huawei is teaming up with security specialist Gemalto on a new line of NB-IoT modules for connected devices.
Samsung Electronics' CEO is stepping down from the business next year, citing an "unprecedented crisis" facing the company.
The number of smartphones shipped around the world will grow by 25 percent between 2017 and 2021 as the advent of 5G boosts demand, according to new research.
Qualcomm has signed a patent deal with General Mobile, giving the Turkish handset manufacturer access to its cellular portfolio.
Google has brought the e-SIM to its new Pixel 2 handset, built wireless earbuds and a camera that uses machine learning to automatically snap photos, and sharpened up its AI for connected speakers and smartphones.
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