Today’s smartphone market is fuelled by manufacturers battling to stay at the bleeding edge of mobile technology, the theory being that the company that comes out on top is the one that can be the most innovative.
Global mobile broadband subscriptions reached 2.4 billion in the second quarter of 2014 as data traffic grew 60 percent year-on-year.
Opera Mini is to become the default browser for certain Microsoft devices after the two companies signed a licensing agreement.
Mobile Europe has launched the second version of its dedicated app, which features a focus on connected car technology.
BlackBerry has announced that its portfolio of technology patents and assets are to be brought together in a new business unit as the company continues to move away from manufacturing devices.
Smartphones supporting TD-LTE networks have almost doubled during the past year, following a sharp growth in the number of countries using the technology.
Europe was late to the 4G party but the UK was even later, with a combination of squabbling operators and lack of spectrum delaying the rollout of LTE. But according to new figures this week, there are now six million 4G LTE subscribers, amounting to around eight percent of all mobile subscriptions.
Google is offering app developers early access to the development version of its forthcoming 'L' version of Android, as the digital company unveiled smartwatches, connected car software and an emerging markets version of its phone OS.
Apple is targeting health and the smart home as it launched what it called its "biggest developer release ever", with more than 4,000 new APIs for developers ahead of the release of iOS8.
The Tizen Developer Conference started with a bang yesterday with the long awaited announcement of Samsung's first smartphone running the OS.
SRD Wireless has built what it has described as the first secure messaging app that is resistant to attacks from quantum computing.
Silent Circle has "substantially rewritten" its iOS messaging app, offering the ability to send secure messages to those who do not use it.
The latest innovations in smartphone operating system technology will fail to make a dent in the dominance of Android and iOS, with Firefox, Tixen and Ubuntu struggling to hit a market share of five percent by 2018.
Steve Horowitz, Motorola's head of global software engineering, is an Android pioneer, having led the engineering team to create the mobile operating system for Google almost 10 years ago.
More than 99 percent of new mobile threats in the first three months of 2014 targeted the Android ecosystem, a new survey has revealed, with the UK experiencing the most attacks.
F-Secure has announced the launch of an anonymised connection, tracking, browsing and malware protection app for iOS and Android.
The number of LTE-enabled devices has almost doubled during the past year, with the bulk of products using the 1800MHz band, according to the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).
JT and Progressive Platform have unveiled a smart tracking M2M device that combines GPS tracking, “black box”-style data recording about acceleration and cornering and a SIM card to communicate through the mobile phone network.
The Channel Islands operator aims to provide the device as part of a managed service to the motor insurance market.
Jasper Wireless has launched the world's first commercial end-to-end Global SIM product after signing a technical partnership with Giesecke & Devrient (G&D).
Broadcom has unveiled the industry's first Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) system-on-chip (SoC), which it said will help consumers track their health and fitness better by using more accurate fitness trackers on smart watches.
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