It's fair to say that Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's handset business has not reinvented the smartphone game, but developments this week show it still manages to dominate the headlines.
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.
Apple has previewed new software for its Watch and iPhone devices during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
EE has unveiled a 4G connected camera that enables customers to broadcast HD video content to other connected devices.
Qualcomm is working with Google to produce the first smartphone for the latter's Project Tango 3D mapping platform.
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.
Wi-Fi and mobile devices have been identified as primary drivers of a predicted threefold growth in IP traffic between now and 2019, when numbers are expected to hit two zettabytes (2,000,000,000,000 gigabytes).
The volume of data traffic generated by smartphones, tablets and feature phones will hit nearly 197,000 petabytes (PB) - approximately 197 billion gigabytes - by the end of the decade, according to new forecasts.
The value of smartphone sales in Western Europe has fallen for the first time, dragged down by Spain and France as device penetration reaches saturation point.
Google has brought its low cost Android One handset to Europe, with Turkey the first market to start selling the smartphone.
Smartphones and tablets are fuelling a 50 percent increase in the amount of time people are spending online, new findings from Ofcom have claimed.
Facebook has added video calling functionality to its mobile Messenger service.
LTE user devices are on the cusp of breaking through the 3,000 mark, with the number of products almost doubling during the last 12 months, new figures have revealed.
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 western European smartphone market is set to peak in 2017, with a lack of radical innovation hindering future growth, new research has claimed.
The European SIM market remained flat during 2014, despite making in-roads in NFC, LTE and M2M, new figures from the SIMalliance have revealed.
Google has begun preapproving apps on and introduced a new age rating system for its Play store.
BlackBerry company Secusmart is working with IBM and Samsung to launch a new high-security tablet aimed at enterprises and the public sector.
Google has launched an update to its Android operating system, offering smartphone and tablet users the ability to use multiple SIMs and HD voice calling.
Apple’s foray into the wearables market has been a long time coming but, while the Apple Watch is set to instigate a new age of devices, for now it simply marks another evolution of an industry struggling to meet a more urgent requirement.
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