Over half of mobile contracts in the UK will be SIM-only by 2021, according to new research.
Android may soon overtake Windows as the most popular operating system for accessing the internet, as smartphones become an increasingly popular browsing tool.
The number of smartphones sold last year increased 6.6 percent, according to new research, despite a fall in the “saturated” market of Western Europe.
Deutsche Telekom and KPN's investment arms have invested in Aryaka and Personal Medsystems as they bet on the success of enterprise connectivity and e-health.
By Artem Fokin, VP of International Business, Yandex
Huawei’s consumer arm has said it expects to achieve revenue growth of 42 percent year-on-year for 2016, which is down from 73 percent in the preceding 12 months.
The battery problem that caused some Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire in September has lead Samsung to register its ever worst smartphone sales performance.
Global internet usage on mobile and tablet devices has exceeded usage on desktop computers for the first time, according to new research, providing both challenges and opportunities for telcos.
Orange is to launch an own-branded virtual reality (VR) headset in select European markets before the end of the year.
Samsung has told all carriers to stop selling and replacing its Galaxy Note7 devices after reports that they continue to catch fire.
HMD Global, the newly formed company looking to relaunch the Nokia smartphone brand, has appointed Nokia veteran Pekka Rantala as its Chief Marketing Officer.
Orange is to launch a new smartphone and trial solar energy and smart metering technology in Africa.
Consumers are increasingly putting customer care and operators’ service, device portfolios as their key reasons for being loyal, a new report had found.
BT is continuing to develop its MVNO offering with the launch of pay monthly contracts.
Corporate strategies must not be developed with a focus on a single segment of the internet value chain, a new study has warned.
Amazon’s attempt to disrupt the tablet market last year looks to have paid off, with an estimated five million devices shipped in the fourth quarter of 2015.
The market research firm exec discusses key findings from its end-of-year smartphone tracker report
Telefónica has struck a deal with China-based smartphone manufacturer Phicomm to offer one of its devices to customers in Latin America.
Orange’s Head of Strategic Partnerships has said she hopes to explore more opportunities with Google after the two companies announced a joint project in Africa at Mobile World Congress.
Orange has struck a deal with Google to provide its customers in Africa and the Middle East with a tailored package of Google services on Orange smartphones to meet local needs, the company said at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
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