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Developers react to Lenovo's plans to offer Google's Project Tango in a consumer device

Google's ambitious Project Tango is a smartphone platform that uses computer vision, depth sensing, and motion tracking to generate on-screen augmented reality (AR) features and functions on top of physical environments. It's a potentially exciting technology.

Qualcomm asks U.S. court to force Apple, Samsung and others to surrender documents

Qualcomm is hoping to force some major tech companies including Apple and Samsung to surrender documents that were supplied to South Korean antitrust regulators investing the San Diego-based chip maker.

The IoT generated plenty of buzz at CES, but huge challenges remain

There's clearly a tremendous amount of interest in the IoT, and much of it is justified. IDC recently predicted worldwide spending on the IoT will reach $1.32 trillion in 2019, representing an impressive 17 percent compound annual growth rate. Other forecasts are equally optimistic. But the IoT must overcome some huge hurdles before it reaches its potential.

Qualcomm, Ericsson, Red conduct spectrum sharing technology pilot in France

Ericsson, Qualcomm and French technology start-up Red Technologies are taking part in a pilot to test new technology designed to enable the sharing of licensed spectrum bands to improve spectral efficiency and flexibility.

Qualcomm eyes the IoT at CES, touts new chipset, Wi-Fi development

A wide variety of IoT gadgets such as cars, health monitors urban sensors and appliances are playing a major role at this year's CES.

Nokia sees small cell momentum in North America, China

Despite the same old challenges related to power and backhaul that small cells historically have had, Nokia Networks is seeing a lot of momentum for small cells, especially in North America and China.

Wi-Fi Alliance takes lead in controversial LTE-U test development

Heading into 2016, the Wi-Fi Alliance is confident the industry can reach a consensus on LTE-U in unlicensed spectrum, and it's demonstrating its ability to bring a diverse set of stakeholders to the table that are committed to develop a testing system that ensures LTE-U products fairly coexist with Wi-Fi. All of which is key if the industry is to avoid tighter scrutiny by the FCC.

Qualcomm to remain a single company, won't split its chipset and licensing businesses

Qualcomm said it will remain a single business, finally putting to rest speculation that it would split its chipset and licensing businesses.

Nokia Networks prepares SK Telecom for TD-LTE following 'industry first' 3-carrier aggregation demo

Nokia Networks said it has paved the way for the introduction of TD-LTE in South Korea following the industry's first demonstration of 3-carrier aggregation (CA) with 256 QAM using the 4G mode.

Verizon's McAdam: 5G speeds will be up to 1 Gbps and will be live at Verizon HQ in January

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam said that the carrier expects to be able to offer 5G wireless speeds up to 1 Gbps, and that he expects the company  to begin a commercial test of the technology as early as next month at the carrier's Basking Ridge, N.J., headquarters.