The number of LTE subscribers worldwide is rising rapidly, and will continue to do so through the next several years, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli, which predicts that the number of LTE users worldwide will hit 198.1 million in 2013. Over the next few years LTE adoption is expected to surge to 1 billion users in 2016, the research firm said.
The smartphone wave overtaking the overall handset industry will move faster than previously expected, with smartphones making up the majority of handset shipments globally in 2013, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli.
Samsung once again claimed the top handset maker and smartphone vendor spot in the second quarter, powered by its Galaxy S III and other smartphones, according to reports from research firms.
The booming LTE market will translate into 17 percent revenue growth for the overall global mobile communications equipment market in 2012, according to a new report from IHS iSuppli. The report is
LTE is gaining traction throughout the industry--and not just among subscribers. It is also getting an increasingly larger chunk of network operator budgets. A new report from IHS iSuppli indicates
The smoothness of Apple's marketing campaign for its mobile products has to be admired. The subtle messages tempting the uninvolved to become part of an exclusive (if somewhat expensive to join)
Subex won a contract to provide its Revenue Operations Centre (ROC) for fraud management and revenue assurance for a Middle Eastern mobile operator.
The nascent wireless charging market is set to explode this year, according to a new report from research firm IHS iSuppli. The report said the market, which totaled $123.9 million in 2010, is set to
An explosion Friday at a Foxconn plant in China could set Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) back by as many as 500,000 iPad 2 units, according to a report from research firm IHS iSuppli. Foxconn is Apple's largest
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) said it is still trying to determine what the market impact will be of the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, but said it does not expect its first-quarter