Given the seemingly endless surge in connected devices, the conundrum facing operators is that the more capacity that is built into a network, the more users will consume data.
Microsoft has taken over an app development platform that allows developers to build cross-operating system products.
Operators including Deutsche Telekom, Orange and Vodafone, Google and the GSMA have launched a new initiative aimed at reigniting the rich communication services (RCS) market.
The GSMA has issued a new specification allowing consumers to remotely activate an embedded SIM in the likes of smartwatches, fitness bands or tablets.
Smartphones could serve as an early warning detector of earthquakes, thanks to a joint project between Deutsche Telekom and the University of California.
Microsoft has bought keyboard app maker SwiftKey for a reported $250 million.
Orange is opening up more than 20 APIs to developers in a new self-service platform as it looks to encourage innovative services.
Netflix is working on improving its mobile experience, trialling streaming efficiency technology for customers watching videos on smartphones.
Lenovo is building the first device for Google's forthcoming Project Tango 3D mapping platform, which is set to launch this summer.
MTS is launching a rich communication services app next week to its iOS and Android using customers, offering them the ability to make calls, send messages and share files.
Huawei has unveiled new quick charge technology, which can reach 50 percent capacity in minutes.
Telefónica has launched Europe's first smartphone running the Android-based Cyanogen OS, which it said offers consumers higher levels of privacy and security.
Android's app developer tools lag behind rivals Apple and Microsoft, new research has claimed, criticising the OS for lacking functionality.
Huawei is partnering with the University of Manchester in the UK to explore the potential uses of graphene, the ultra-thin form of graphite.
BT is involved in a new programme aimed at the development of quantum technologies for the IT and communications markets.
Google’s latest Nexus-brand smartphones landed this week alongside two new versions of the company’s Chromecast media streaming stick.
Facebook wasted no time in revealing its rumoured 360 video app, in a week where it helped bring a (relatively) cheap VR headset to the masses with Samsung.
BlackBerry is set to acquire enterprise mobility player Good Technology for $425 million (€381 million) in an effort to expand its cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) offering.
Samsung has launched yet another smartwatch, this time with a revamped design, wider device compatibility and featuring the manufacturer’s new m-payments service.
Mobile app testing company Perfecto Mobile has released new guidelines for developers to help them maximise the compatibility of their applications on mobile devices.
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