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.
One could argue that there aren’t many more places you can go with a smartphone in the current age of QHD displays and octa-core chips, but YotaPhone is hoping it can offer something different.
The co-founder of Skype has backed a new app, aimed at updating messaging for the era of cloud computing.
Vodafone UK has installed an m-health solution at a healthcare trust in London that helps staff to send and receive patient information.
Samsung has lifted the lid on a number of new developer platforms for consumer lifestyle technologies at its 2014 Developer Conference.
Broadcom has extended its channel partner programme to include module makers, design house and original device manufacturers as it looks to build its Internet of Things product range.
Google will update plans for the forthcoming Project Ara modular smartphone, after it announced its second module developers conference.
Digits, a new password-free login technology from Twitter, has won the approval of the GSMA, who said the technology “demonstrates the benefits of mobile in protecting our identities”.
Telefónica has developed a "Lego-like" smart home product for consumers, which connects using 2G.
Nokia Networks has conducted a live network trial of new software that improves smartphone performance on 3G networks.
Telefónica is launching a digital security product that allows it to track developers of malicious apps and delete further risks from app stores.
Nokia Networks will include Flash Networks’ Harmony Gateway as part of its mobile broadband core network offering, after forming a partnership with the company.
Ericsson has made its Bowser web browser and its OpenWebRTC framework free and open source in a bid to stimulate innovation among WebRTC developers.
Mobile and fixed IP convergence systems supplier Taqua has acquired VoWIFI developer Kineto Wireless.
Nokia and Intel are launching a new innovation centre in Bath, UK, to allow networks operators and app developers to test the vendor's new Liquid Applications platform.
Amazon Web Services has launched a range of new features for app developers, including the ability to manage user information and app data across a range of different devices.
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