BARCELONA, Spain--The GSMA said the 2013 Mobile World Congress attracted more than 72,000 attendees, surpassing the 67,000 who were at the 2012 show and setting a new record. In addition, GSMA Director General Anne Bouverot said the organization will work hard to improve the transportation issues that many attendees experienced getting to and from the Fira Gran Via.
The following technologies are the hottest ones in the industry right now, generating support from carriers, device makers and network vendors. Some of these technologies were introduced in 2012 or even before, but we think that they will gain widespread attention and adoption in 2013.
Apple unveiled its next handset, the iPhone 5, at an event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco.
Apple's next iPhone, expected to be announced on Wednesday, will support multiple LTE bands for worldwide service and possibly China's TD-SCDMA 3G standard, according to various reports.
FierceWireless has compiled the five most prominent iPhone 5 rumors, starting with the most plausible and and ending with the least plausible.
Here at Current Analysis, we get a lot of questions about Huawei and ZTE. If you don't already know, our focus is the Competitive Response Lifecycle; instead of market
In much expected fashion, the mobile phone market so far this year has provided us no shortage of newsworthy events: the arrival of the iPhone at Verizon Wireless, AT&T's announcement to acquire
Hewlett-Packard will add Near Field Communications technology to its webOS smartphones and tablets, according to a Bloomberg report. The news, if true, would make HP the latest mobile device company