Google has launched a new project aimed at making it quicker for device manufacturers to offer the latest version of Android.
Qualcomm is aiming to bring longer battery life and faster LTE speeds to mid-tier smartphones with its new Snapdragon 660 and 630 chipsets.
Manufacturers of smartwatches for enterprises must focus on security if they are to take advantage of potential sales growth, a new report has warned.
The eSIM market will almost break through the one billion shipments mark by 2021, driven by M2M and handset adoption, a new report has claimed.
Cisco Jasper has released a new platform to help enterprises automate the running of employee smartphones and other devices.
Google has unveiled the latest version of its Jump VR camera, boasting 17 4K cameras and weighing less than eight pounds.
Orange cited the space age in its annual technology showcase, with CEO Stéphane Richard saying the operator's aim was to help create the "augmented planet".
Nokia has upgraded its OZO product with improved software as it seeks to broaden the reach of its virtual reality camera.
Google has been fined more than €7 million by Russian regulators for the "anti-competitive" pre-installation of its apps onto Android devices.
Manufacturers are expected to ship 100 million 5G-ready phones in 2021, a new report has claimed, but Western Europe will see no growth in wider handset sales during the next five years.
Europe saw SIM shipments fall by five percent in 2016 as market consolidation amongst telcos drove down sales.
Google has signed a patent agreement with smartphone manufacturers including Samsung, LG and HTC to share software licences for qualified devices.
Samsung is launching a new voice-controlled assistant for devices that uses AI to improve the user experience.
MVNO FreedomPop has launched a low-cost, “Wi-Fi centric” handset as it aims to win new subscribers for its free monthly plans.
Huawei, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE vied for attention with high-profile device launches as the telecoms industry descended on Barcelona for Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Nokia made headlines last month when it was found to have filed a patent for a new digital assistant.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices caught fire because of two separate faults with batteries, the company revealed, as it announced measures to prevent the same incidents happening again.
High-end smartwatches will be the biggest casualty of the wider slowdown in wearable sales, as consumers remain unconvinced by their appeal, a new report has claimed.
Fingerprint scanners will become more common on smartphones throughout 2017, a new report from Deloitte has claimed, with around 40 percent of devices in developed markets offering the feature by the end of the year.
Samsung has brought iOS compatibility to the latest generation of its Gear wearables.
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