Telefónica's Labs innovation programme is taking place outside of Spain for the first time, with the operator working with MediaTek to develop Internet of Things and wearable solutions.
The Weightless SIG has launched a new standard for two-way, low-power wide area network (LPWAN) connectivity in IoT applications.
South Korea and Japan are amongst the countries predicted to be the first to deploy 5G commercially, beating Europe and the US to the punch, a new report has claimed.
Smart home IoT organisation Thread Group has released its first IP-based wireless networking protocol and appointed Qualcomm Technologies to its board of directors.
Nokia Networks' new IoT solution, Huawei claiming fresh small cell innovation, and Intel and SK Telecom becoming the latest 5G partnership were among the announcements at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Google has introduced a new, open-source format for Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons.
Huawei has set up a smart parking network for China Unicom Shanghai, using 4.5G technology to tell drivers where they can leave their cars.
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.
Proxmius is planning to launch a LoRa-based Internet of Things network in major Belgian cities this year, with plans to expand it nationwide and into Luxembourg in 2016.
Mobile operators were conspicuous by their absence at a recent conference discussing smart cities, with telcos accused of offering "expensive, restrictive and limited" networks that would be unable to underpin them.
Alcatel-Lucent and Telefónica are to explore how virtualisation fits into the Internet of Things, as part of an expansion of their existing partnership testing NFV technology.
Low-power IoT player Sigfox has launched a seamless connector between devices using its network and the Fiware platform, which it said will allow developers to to build IoT applications faster.
Panasonic is launching its home networking system into the UK, allowing consumers to control smart devices using a smartphone or tablet.
LTE has an important role to play in the Internet of Things, an Orange executive has claimed.
The Wireless IoT Forum officially kicked off this week in a fresh attempt to achieve consensus around the standards of some 50 billion connected devices predicted to hit the market.
Russian operator Megafon will equip up to two million heavy goods vehicles with SIM cards over the next two years as part of an M2M project.
Buses across London have been equipped with Bluetooth Low Energy beacons to send targeted in-app messages to passengers.
Cisco has launched a new Internet of Things system aimed at large-scale deployments and managing the wealth of data they create.
French regulator Arcep has embarked on a strategic review, as it looks to stay up-to-date with the Internet of Things era.
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.
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