Samsung Electronics' CEO is stepping down from the business next year, citing an "unprecedented crisis" facing the company.
The number of smartphones shipped around the world will grow by 25 percent between 2017 and 2021 as the advent of 5G boosts demand, according to new research.
Qualcomm has signed a patent deal with General Mobile, giving the Turkish handset manufacturer access to its cellular portfolio.
Google has brought the e-SIM to its new Pixel 2 handset, built wireless earbuds and a camera that uses machine learning to automatically snap photos, and sharpened up its AI for connected speakers and smartphones.
Nokia has launched a bespoke version of the Android operating system as it looks to help first responders using mission-critical LTE.
EE customers will benefit from clearer and more robust calls after the UK operator rolled out an upgrade to its VoIP services.
Liberty Global has released a mobile app for its customers to automatically connect to 10 million of its Wi-Fi hotspots, and check data and devices hooked up its their home network.
Nokia and LG have settled a patents dispute over smartphone technologies, with the Finnish vendor set to receive payments from the Korean manufacturer.
Connected clothing and earwear is set for "market-beating" growth in the years ahead, according to IDC's optimistic assessment of the wearables market.
Apple gave its traditional blockbuster spin on technology, as it debuted a cellular smartwatch, facial recognition technology and augmented reality in its latest product showcase.
Huawei has placed artificial intelligence at the heart of a new smartphone chipset that will deliver "real-time, scenario specific and personalised data".
Samsung has rolled out its Bixby voice control capabilities to over 200 countries.
The Nokia brand is taking on the premium smartphone market with the launch of its flagship Nokia 8 device.
Ericsson has taken smartphone manufacturer Wiko to court in Germany over what it claims is infringement of 2G, 3G and LTE cellular technology patents.
The widespread acceptance of mobile payments in physical retail stores in the UK has led to significant growth in the number of transactions, a new report has found.
Qualcomm has acquired Netherlands-based start-up Scyfer and unveiled a new vision of “on-device” AI.
Qualcomm is expanding its camera offering for smartphones with capabilities designed for augmented and virtual reality applications.
Qualcomm has achieved a breakthrough in its patent war with Apple, after US regulatory authorities announced an investigation into the iPhone manufacturer’s trade practices.
Global SIM card shipments are set to exceed 5.8 million in 2020 despite saturation in markets such as Europe, according to new figures from ABI Research.
Samsung has announced the industry’s first LTE modem to support six carrier aggregation.
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