Vodafone is connecting cats and dogs, vehicles, bags and cameras as part of its long-awaited consumer IoT play.
Telefónica is working with SEAT on how 5G, blockchain and data can transform the car industry after the two companies signed a new collaboration agreement.
Deutsche Telekom has extended its NB-IoT network in Bonn to start offering a range of new use cases.
Governments need to get involved with securing the Internet of Things, with 90 percent of consumers lacking confidence in how safe the products are, a new survey has claimed.
MTS is embarking on a wide-ranging €400 million network upgrade project as it looks to prepare for rolling out NB-IoT and LTE-M as well as 5G infrastructure.
Smart gas meters are set to become one of the first high-volume applications for NB-IoT, a new report from Berg Insight has claimed.
Orange and Deutsche Telekom are working together on a project that aims to demonstrate how smart home devices can be integrated through open source software and open standards.
Nokia has teamed up with electronics maker Bosch to launch a portfolio of industrial IoT products.
Samsung has launched an Internet of Things-connected tag that allows users to keep track of valuables or people.
TIM is set to switch on an NB-IoT network covering 5,000 municipalities at the end of October, the Italy-based operator has revealed.
Orange is pausing its NB-IoT plans amid an immature ecosystem and better options with LTE-M and LoRa technology, Mobile Europe can reveal.
VodafoneZiggo is the latest operator to start down the road to 5G, working with Ericsson on a wide-ranging capacity upgrade of its network.
Liberty Global has opened its second European innovation centre as it looks to explore the Internet of Things and potential 5G technologies.
Huawei and Vodafone have topped a new scorecard measuring Internet of Things connectivity management platforms (CMPs), edging out rivals Cisco Jasper and Ericsson.
Orange has extended its LTE-M trials in Spain as it looks to introduce the tech to Belgium and France by the end of this year.
Telia Norway and Datek Light Control have built a narrowband IoT-based prototype for a smart street lighting network, which they said would simplify the installation and control of lamp posts.
Tele2 has launched a new infrastructure-as-a-service solution aimed at collecting, routing and managing IP data for the Internet of Things.
Companies are "complacent" about IoT security threats, with more than half not testing for vulnerabilities before and after deployment, Vodafone's Director of IoT Erik Brenneis has said.
Hardware built on Weightless low-power wide area network (LPWAN) technology has been launched globally.
Telenor is opening a research lab in Norway aimed at helping start-ups, developers and students build and test new solutions for the Internet of Things.
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