Smartphone batteries are unlikely to see any significant improvement in the near future despite new technologies presenting a major opportunity for manufacturers, a new report has claimed.
Google will cease production of its Google Glass Explorer Edition as the unit realigns itself under the command of Nest executive Tony Fadell.
Samsung has finally unveiled its first smartphone running on its homegrown mobile operating system, almost six months after it abandoned a planned Russian launch.
A wide range of cellular technology is at the heart of a new patent dispute between Ericsson and Apple.
Google's Lollipop operating system is failing to gain traction, with fewer than one in one thousand Android devices running the OS.
Wi-Fi devices are set to cross the 10 billion mark this month, with the Wi-Fi Alliance building a new feature to make it easier for users to receive information.
A number of companies have been pushing the possibilities of wearable tech at CES as they search for a killer app.
Lenovo, Panasonic and Kodak have been some of the first to make device announcements at CES 2015, including an ultra high-end smartphone, a wireless projector and Firefox-enabled television.
Innovations around tri-band carrier aggregation, including its first commercial launch, were among the Christmas/ New Year news.
The most read stories of 2014 showed the diversity of topics affecting the in-trays of operator executives across Europe. Readers' most popular stories included areas including virtualisation, SIM card innovation, chipset manufacturing and Voice over LTE.
Cisco has launched an analytics service to help organisations extract and interpret big data from connected devices.
Apple and IBM have launched a range of cloud-supported business apps aimed at iOS enterprise customers and the telecoms industry.
The security-centric Blackphone will soon receive a major update to its PrivatOS operating system alongside a new app store featuring privacy-focused applications.
More than half of users will use a tablet or smartphone to go online by 2018, with Wi-Fi also becoming more dominant in the workplace, new research has found.
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.
There will be almost two billion LTE handsets shipped by 2020, fuelled by demands for data and evolution in the technology, new research has claimed.
Nokia has launched a new tablet featuring predictive software technology that runs on Android.
It’s been a rough couple of months for mobile security. First, hundreds of celebrity photos were hacked and uploaded onto the internet in what many stars called a gross invasion of privacy. Then there has been the emergence of the Wirelurker and Masque attacks.
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.
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