Gogo announced new technology that lets passengers uses its inflight Wi-Fi system to send text messages and make phone calls using their own smartphone.
Huawei said it will invest at least $600 million (€444 million) in research for so-called "5G" technology over the next four years, as the Chinese vendor outlined a growth strategy based on R&D strength and a strong consumer business rather than on acquisitions.
After years of reverse-engineering electronics gadgets and looking for infringing products, a patent consortium owned by Apple, Microsoft, Ericsson, Sony, EMC and BlackBerry has filed a battery of lawsuits against Google and Android manufacturers like Samsung, HTC, Huawei and others. The action opens another, major front in the patent-infringement war that has engulfed virtually all of the world's major mobile players.
Halloween is over, but that doesn't mean the nightmares that plague wireless industry executives are going away anytime soon.
You can dismiss a lot of negative feedback in online forums as mere griping from "comment trolls," but it's going to be harder for Apple to brush Lawrence Lessig aside. The company...
The past 24 months have seen an explosion of innovation in the area of smart wearable technology, and 2014 looks poised to be the "year of wearables," according to a new report from CCS Insight. However, challenges remain to ensure that the whole market does not get off to a false start.
The market has long talked of the democratisation of smartphones in order to connect people in emerging and developing markets, but the mobile community still has a deal of work ahead to ensure there are more attractive devices out there at a lower cost to give people more options.
Combining public Wi-Fi networks with Apple iOS apps can result in a dangerous mix, given a coding issue uncovered by an Israeli startup.
Orange added two new Orange-branded smartphones to its mobile device line-up, and claimed its policy of offering operator-branded devices at more affordable prices is paying dividends in some markets.
The global smartphone market has calcified at the top, with Samsung Electronics and Apple continuing to lead the field by large margins, according to the latest reports from research firms Strategy Analytics and IDC. The fight is over which companies can clamor over each other to get to the No. 3 spot--and in the third quarter analysts concluded it was Chinese vendor Huawei.