By Andy McDonald, Vice President, Merchant Retail at ACI Worldwide
Consumers with smart speakers are increasingly opting to use them over smartphones, according to a new survey.
UK consumers bought more SIM-only contracts than PAYG or traditional post-pay methods including a device in the third quarter, leading to warnings that operators need to re-evaluate their business models.
By Leif Bohlin, CEO of eBuilder
By Bengt Nordstrom, Co-Founder and CEO of independent telecoms business consultancy Northstream
Currency fluctuations and limited innovation in smartphones are damaging the UK mobile phone market, according to the CEO of Dixons Carphone.
Smartphone sales in Western Europe grew in the second quarter of 2017 on the back of demand for new flagship devices, new research has found.
Nokia has launched two new healthcare devices as it rebranded the Withings subsidiary it acquired last year.
Mobile internet access revenue will overtake that of fixed broadband in the UK in 2019 as 14.5 trillion megabytes of data are set be consumed on smartphones in 2021, a new report has predicted.
There are now five billion mobile subscribers in the world, according to new data, with the number set to rise to 5.7 billion by 2020.
Wearables sales grew 18 percent in the year to March as market leader Fitbit lost market share to players such as Xiaomi, Apple and Samsung.
Greater competition from Chinese smartphone manufacturers and a lack of a successor to the Note 7 has slowed Samsung's smartphone sales, new research has found.
Vodafone and Proximus have renewed a strategic partnership that will see the two operators continue to offer joint products and services in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Over half of mobile contracts in the UK will be SIM-only by 2021, according to new research.
Android may soon overtake Windows as the most popular operating system for accessing the internet, as smartphones become an increasingly popular browsing tool.
The number of smartphones sold last year increased 6.6 percent, according to new research, despite a fall in the “saturated” market of Western Europe.
Deutsche Telekom and KPN's investment arms have invested in Aryaka and Personal Medsystems as they bet on the success of enterprise connectivity and e-health.
By Artem Fokin, VP of International Business, Yandex
Huawei’s consumer arm has said it expects to achieve revenue growth of 42 percent year-on-year for 2016, which is down from 73 percent in the preceding 12 months.
The battery problem that caused some Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to catch fire in September has lead Samsung to register its ever worst smartphone sales performance.
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