?The debate around the potential Internet of Things market has continued, with IDC predicting there will be 30 billion connected objects by 2020, with the sector worth $3.04 trillion (€2.44 trillion).
The smartphone market has hit a milestone, breaking through 300 million shipments per quarter for the first time, new research has revealed.
Andy Rubin, the man who brought the Android operating system to smartphones, is leaving Google to reportedly set up a hardware incubator.
Google will update plans for the forthcoming Project Ara modular smartphone, after it announced its second module developers conference.
Russian mobile operator MTS will offer its Android customers special offers and tailored content, thanks to a new custom interface running on handsets.
ARM has launched a roster of new media IPs for smartphones and tablets that promise to deliver better graphic performance at lower energy consumption.
Apple's entry into NFC will help fuel a more than fivefold increase in the number of users of the technology by 2020, but operators could find themselves on the outside looking in, new research has claimed.
The drive by Apple and Samsung to equip their handsets with the latest sensor technology will lead the market to almost triple between 2012 and 2018, new research has claimed.
Proximus is bringing new features to its Wi-Fi network in Belgium, allowing users automatic access based on their SIM card.
Openwave Mobility has launched what it claims is the industry’s first 4K Ultra-HD video optimisation solution for mobile devices.
A new version of the Selfmite SMS worm has been detected, which sends messages to a user's entire contacts book in a loop.
ZTE's latest flagship smartphone, the Nubia Z7, includes a third generation "smart antenna" that delivers high data rates and longer battery life.
Samsung is planning to spend almost €12 billion building a new semiconductor plant in Korea as it looks to rebalance its electronics business.
The smart wearables market is set to quadruple during the next three years, thanks to new entrants to the market like Apple and technological barriers vanishing, new research has claimed.
Apple has issued a fix for its new operating system and joined The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance as it looks into 5G.
Polish operator Polkomtel has held a successful trial of voice over LTE on its Plus network, the first time the technology has been used in the country.
Cisco has set up an Internet of Things innovation centre in Berlin, as well as signing a deal to take over cloud operator Metacloud.
BlackBerry has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual SIM technology that enables multiple phone numbers to be active on a single handset.
MediaTek technology has powered the first Android One smartphones, as Google revealed its attempt to bring connectivity to developing markets.
Smartphones will account for two-thirds of all mobile connections in 2020, according to a new report by GSMA Intelligence, with four out of every five connections coming from the developing world.
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