Vodafone has started trialling an e-SIM powered air traffic control network for drones as it looks to help attempts to regulate the changing airscape.
Qualcomm has increased its share offer to take over NXP, finally winning the agreement of the remaining recalcitrant shareholders.
Operators could gain twice the service revenues from unlicensed Internet of Things technology than cellular connectivity, a new report has claimed.
Deutsche Telekom is talking up the versatility of NB-IoT as it announced its network was powering new services for wine, tools and bridges.
Sigfox has outlined further targets for 2018 as it aims to connect six million objects by the end of the year and announced a series of developer camps.
Google has tapped the former CTO of Samsung Electronics to head up its Internet of Things business.
Telefónica is bringing its IoT and data analysis technologies to agricultural development projects through a new partnership with a United Nations agency.
Sigfox's reach has expanded to 45 countries, with Hungary and Switzerland the latest European markets to offer the low-power, wide-area connectivity.
Nokia is working with EDF to explore how cellular low power, wide area technologies can connect millions of sensors and other devices across the energy giant's facilities.
Telia Company is hoping to deliver millions of euros in savings to the Finnish postal service, after piloting new NB-IoT connected postboxes.
Deutsche Telekom has started deploying NB-IoT tech to improve a smart parking system across Hamburg, with plans in place to roll out up to 11,000 sensors by the end of next year.
Deutsche Telekom has teamed up with IBM to launch a new IoT innovation space in Munich, as it targets nationwide NB-IoT coverage across its European footprint.
Telefónica and Volkswagen are seeking start-ups to develop new smart city solutions.
Operator revenues from wide area IoT applications will grow 150 percent over the next five years, while overall smart city revenues will grow the same amount in nine years, according to analysts.
Huawei is to launch a smart city project and build a Joint Innovation Centre in Duisberg, Germany.
Vodafone has been dubbed the market leader in Europe for cellular IoT but China is fuelling mass volume adoption of the technology, a new report has found.
At first glance, a visitor arriving at Telecom Italia’s TIMLab in Turin could be forgiven for thinking it focuses on the history of telecoms rather than its future.
Connected and autonomous cars were in the spotlight again at CES in Las Vegas, with Cisco announcing plans to help launch a "hyperconnected" vehicle next year.
Samsung is pushing to make its IoT devices more open and interoperable as it aims to bring connectivity to every single device it makes by 2020.
Qualcomm used the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to announce a slew of product upgrades and customer wins focusing on the smart home and connected car.
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