Vodafone’s vehicle diagnostic technology has been used in a smart parking trial in London.
Google is set to make a fresh effort to get Android One up and running in India after a lacklustre first attempt, it was revealed this week.
System-on-chips (SoCs) are becoming so complicated that even chipset companies themselves are unable to understand how they work, the CTO of debugging tech firm UltraSoC has claimed.
Yahoo has launched a new Livetext app for Apple and Android, combining text and video together in a push to rival youth oriented messaging services such as Snapchat.
Deutsche Telekom is offering customers a new encrypted file transfer service for enterprises, allowing business to transfer sensitive data via a smartphone or web browser.
Facebook has opened its Internet.org service to all operators, allowing them to offer basic internet services to its customers for free.
The demand for corporate mobile apps will outstrip businesses’ capacity to deliver them by five to one within two years, a Gartner report has warned.
Mobile messaging business Acision has been taken over by Comverse in a bid to strengthen the latter's digital services for operators.
Orange has launched a new Internet of Things starter kit built by Bell Labs to help companies create new kinds of wirelessly connected objects.
Apple has previewed new software for its Watch and iPhone devices during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
EE has followed in the footsteps of Periscope by developing a new personal broadcasting app called skeegle.
One, common network platform shared across multiple industries is required in order for the Internet of Things market to fully take root while conserving limited spectrum resources, Ericsson’s CTO has claimed.
Google has lifted the lid on its next mobile OS update at its annual I/O conference in San Francisco, alongside a new IoT platform and its latest attempt at cracking payments.
NetCracker has launched version 10 of its products suite, which introduces new virtual network functions (VNFs) for operators wishing to deploy virtualised networks.
Global wholesale carrier Bics has launched a new cloud platform to help app developers and small-scale service providers launch international SMS services.
Google has launched its own wireless service that aims to offer users ubiquitous coverage through a combination of cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Google said it is looking forward to discussing its Android operating system after being placed under investigation by the European Commission over possible market abuse.
The enthusiasm around the Internet of Things dominated this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) where connectivity was showcased in a myriad of ways, from buttons to BMWs, chipsets, helmets and water heaters.
Google will cease production of its Google Glass Explorer Edition as the unit realigns itself under the command of Nest executive Tony Fadell.
Authentication specialists Nok Nok Labs has introduced support for the new Fast Identity Online (FIDO) 1.0 security standard, which will help introduce stronger authentication beyond current username and password methods.
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