Smartphone sales in Western Europe were down by one percent in the second quarter of 2016, on both a quarterly and annual basis, according to market research company GfK.
Nokia will launch its OZO professional virtual reality (VR) camera and software in China next month, it said today.
Intel has announced a wireless virtual reality (VR) display unit at its developer forum in San Francisco, which carries all its computing power within the headset itself.
Google has released its simplified video-calling app, Google Duo, for Android and iOS.
Researchers at security firm Check Point have identified cyber vulnerabilities in 900 million Android smartphones running Qualcomm chipsets.
Orange has invested in a digital start-up that connects consumers with lenders who are unable to finance their smartphones.
MVNO Project Fi has been extended globally, with Google signing a roaming partnership with Three Europe.
Vodafone has launched its latest branded smartphone, its first to offer virtual reality to consumers.
Google's augmented reality Project Tango will launch in September, after Lenovo announced the first compatible handset for the technology.
Fast and wireless charging, flexible displays, virtual and augmented reality and e-SIMs are among the features smartphone makers should build into their devices during the next 18 months, a new report has claimed.
Portugal Telecom and SFR are in line bring the first 3D holographic smartphones to Europe after parent company Altice signed a strategic partnership with HP's technology spin-off Leia.
Microsoft has signalled a change in handset strategy after writing off a further $1 billion on its acquisition of Nokia and bringing the costs of the takeover to more than $15 billion.
Samsung's Gear S2 classic 3G, the first smartwatch with the GSMA-backed e-SIM, has gone on sale in Europe, with exclusive deals in place in the UK and Switzerland.
Google has lifted the lid on a new digital assistant, more messaging apps and the latest iteration of its Android OS as part of its annual I/O developer conference.
Nokia is set to reappear on smartphones and tablets after the Finnish company signed a licensing deal to shepherd in a new generation of Android devices.
Apple is aiming to grow its enterprise app portfolio after partnering with SAP.
Europe's SIM market returned to growth in 2015, with LTE card volumes exceeding one billion globally for the first time, new figures from the SIMalliance have revealed.
The European Commission has said Google is in breach of anti-trust rules, accusing it of harming consumers through a stifling of competition and restriction of innovation.
Apple's entry into the mobile payments market has signalled the "death knell" for operator offerings, new research has claimed.
Android has continued to dominate the European smartphone sector across its biggest markets, thanks to the continued appeal of low-cost devices, new research has found.
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