This week saw the spectre of Apple becoming an operator raised and then dashed within days.
Qualcomm Technologies has developed a way to wirelessly charge metal encased smartphones and tablets.
Nokia has continued its return to the hardware market by revealing OZO, a product it is dubbing as the first commercially available virtual reality camera.
If you thought Will.i.am made an unlikely advocate of the technology industry, news that David Beckham is backing a new video streaming platform will come as even more of a shock.
BlackBerry has continued its move away from traditional smartphones with the acquisition of crisis communications specialist AtHoc.
The SIM as we know it could be a thing of the past, if Apple and Samsung have anything to do with it. The Financial Times reported this week how an e-SIM is on the horizon, allowing consumers to switch provider almost instantly, and stop those troublesome hunts for a paperclip when you want to change your SIM card.
It was with a liberal pinch of salt that many took Amazon’s idea to deliver packages via drones when it first came to light in 2013, with many questioning the feasibility of something so science fictional.
Traffic from mobile and online messaging services will top approximately 438 billion per day before the end of the decade, new forecasts have claimed.
Connected animals and an “emotion-feeling” robot were some of the more unusual topics to catch the eye of the Mobile Europe team this week.
Orange has brought Wi-Fi calling functionality to its Libon app in the UK.
More than 300 companies are producing LTE devices, with over a third now supporting carrier aggregation, new figures have shown.
It's fair to say that Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's handset business has not reinvented the smartphone game, but developments this week show it still manages to dominate the headlines.
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.
Apple has previewed new software for its Watch and iPhone devices during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
EE has unveiled a 4G connected camera that enables customers to broadcast HD video content to other connected devices.
Qualcomm is working with Google to produce the first smartphone for the latter's Project Tango 3D mapping platform.
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.
Wi-Fi and mobile devices have been identified as primary drivers of a predicted threefold growth in IP traffic between now and 2019, when numbers are expected to hit two zettabytes (2,000,000,000,000 gigabytes).
The volume of data traffic generated by smartphones, tablets and feature phones will hit nearly 197,000 petabytes (PB) - approximately 197 billion gigabytes - by the end of the decade, according to new forecasts.
The value of smartphone sales in Western Europe has fallen for the first time, dragged down by Spain and France as device penetration reaches saturation point.
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