Google’s latest Nexus-brand smartphones landed this week alongside two new versions of the company’s Chromecast media streaming stick.
Facebook wasted no time in revealing its rumoured 360 video app, in a week where it helped bring a (relatively) cheap VR headset to the masses with Samsung.
BlackBerry is set to acquire enterprise mobility player Good Technology for $425 million (€381 million) in an effort to expand its cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) offering.
Samsung has launched yet another smartwatch, this time with a revamped design, wider device compatibility and featuring the manufacturer’s new m-payments service.
Mobile app testing company Perfecto Mobile has released new guidelines for developers to help them maximise the compatibility of their applications on mobile devices.
Viber has launched a new API for application-to-person (A2P) messaging that enables enterprises to deliver personalised messages to customers.
Google has released the final software development kit (SDK) for Android 6.0, revealing that the next version of its operating system will be labelled “Marshmallow”.
Vodafone’s vehicle diagnostic technology has been used in a smart parking trial in London.
Google is set to make a fresh effort to get Android One up and running in India after a lacklustre first attempt, it was revealed this week.
System-on-chips (SoCs) are becoming so complicated that even chipset companies themselves are unable to understand how they work, the CTO of debugging tech firm UltraSoC has claimed.
Yahoo has launched a new Livetext app for Apple and Android, combining text and video together in a push to rival youth oriented messaging services such as Snapchat.
Deutsche Telekom is offering customers a new encrypted file transfer service for enterprises, allowing business to transfer sensitive data via a smartphone or web browser.
Facebook has opened its Internet.org service to all operators, allowing them to offer basic internet services to its customers for free.
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.
Mobile messaging business Acision has been taken over by Comverse in a bid to strengthen the latter's digital services for operators.
Orange has launched a new Internet of Things starter kit built by Bell Labs to help companies create new kinds of wirelessly connected objects.
Apple has previewed new software for its Watch and iPhone devices during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
EE has followed in the footsteps of Periscope by developing a new personal broadcasting app called skeegle.
One, common network platform shared across multiple industries is required in order for the Internet of Things market to fully take root while conserving limited spectrum resources, Ericsson’s CTO has claimed.
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.
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