As China and Europe plough research dollars into 5G, the pair have thrashed out a key trade agreement over mobile networks that should make cooperation a little easier.
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Europe sets out how UHF spectrum in the 470-790 MHz band will be used to support future demand on 4G networks.
Swisscom and Bouygues Telecom have rolled out LTE-A network-side, and commercial availability is now tantalisingly close.
Mobile app developers in many regions outside the US and Europe are choosing to develop apps in HTML5 rather than iOS but it's iOS that's earning devs the biggest bucks.
Aircraft passengers in Europe can expect carriers to permit the use of mobile devices on flights in coming weeks, so long as the devices are operating in 'airplane mode'.
The European agency's decision to allow phones and tablet use from gate-to-gate follows a similar move by its U.S. counterparts.
The news, outlined at VMworld Europe, comes as many virtualization players are moving to support mobile devices a they do desktops and laptops.
Europeans should start to see more 'roam like at home' packages from their operators, but they won't necessarily cover the whole of the continent for now.
Europe is quizzing mobile operators about Apple's distribution methods for its mobile hardware.
Telefonica and Dell have struck a deal to provide integrated mobile data connectivity across Europe for some laptops.
Samsung firms up Tizen release dates as mobile head says there's "lacklustre demand" for its Windows Phone 8 devices in Europe.
The mobile operator is set to raise charges for sending and receiving calls and text messages from countries outside Europe at the end of November - with some prices set to more than double.
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High-tech training has obviously been around for years and infiltrated many sports. But the London 2012 Olympics is a showcase for how mobile has also infiltrated modern athletics.
The opening ceremony of the Games is here, the starting gun for massive amounts of traffic to begin flowing across content and service providers' networks in the UK. What have they done to prepare for the surge?
People travelling from France to the UK for the Olympics will get to use French operators' services 100 metres under the sea. UK operators will push their services live in the other half of the tunnel after the Games.
The 2012 Olympics kick off in London this week, with the first football games starting up today. You can follow all the action on your smartphone or tablet with one of several available applications.
Nearly half of adult Americans will be heading to their mobile devices to tune into live coverage of the Olympics, according to a new survey.
Vodafone has hired Phillipp Humm, who was until earlier this week the chief of T-Mobile USA, to head up its northern and central European operations.The operating region is a new one, as Vodafone also announced on Thursday that it was splitting its European business in two: northern and central Europe, and southern Europe.
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