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.
Apple has unveiled a new contactless payment system for its latest iPhone 6 smartphone, in addition to launching a long-rumoured smart watch.
Qualcomm Technologies has extended 4G LTE to lower tier smartphones with the launch of a new Snapdragon processor for entry level devices.
The smart home of the future will be a range of competing standards and technologies, with gateways central to how the market will develop, new research has claimed.
Huawei has launched the Ascend Mate7 at Berlin's IFA trade show, featuring a single-touch fingerprint sensor.
Fifteen million smartphones were infected with malware during the first half of this year, with Android continuing to be the most vulnerable operating system, a new report has found.
NXP Semiconductors has announced a new passive solution for NFC that it hopes will bring new and intuitive applications for the technology.
Skyfire has unveiled new optimisation capabilities for Rocket Optimizer, its video and data optimisation platform for mobile, that it claims will stop audio stalling whilst streaming.
Samsung Electronics has unveiled Gear S, the latest product in its ever-growing smartwatch lineup, which allows users to make calls over 3G.
Today’s smartphone market is fuelled by manufacturers battling to stay at the bleeding edge of mobile technology, the theory being that the company that comes out on top is the one that can be the most innovative.
Global mobile broadband subscriptions reached 2.4 billion in the second quarter of 2014 as data traffic grew 60 percent year-on-year.
Opera Mini is to become the default browser for certain Microsoft devices after the two companies signed a licensing agreement.
Mobile Europe has launched the second version of its dedicated app, which features a focus on connected car technology.
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