US blocks Huawei from public safety LTE trial
Chinese equipment maker calls on authorities to be more transparent; insists it is still committed to expanding its U.S. operation.
Sony Ericsson sees weakening demand in Western Europe
Mobile handset maker says consumers are waiting longer to upgrade their phones.
M2M revenues worth $1.2 trillion to operators by 2020 – GSMA
Industry body rounds up operators, vendors and a research firm to encourage collaboration; consumer electronics identified as most lucrative M2M opportunity.
Everything Everywhere axes 22 middle managers
U.K. mobile joint venture's CEO Olaf Swantee gives acting chief technology officer Fotis Karonis permanent CTO role.
End of an era as Verizon sells most of its pay phones
Pacific Telemanagement acquires majority of U.S. operator's remaining 50,000 pay phones.
US telcos hope data plans offset slowing long-term contract growth
AT&T now facing off against Sprint for share of iPhone sales; Verizon's lack of unlimited data tariffs may result in customer losses.
Friday Review: Where there's a will there's a way
Apple grapples with iCloud issues, RIM reels from the great BlackBerry blackout and a survey reveals 11% of U.K. consumers plan to bequeath Internet passwords.
Imitation is the worst form of cloud innovation - analyst
Service providers berated for copying Amazon; urged to deliver solutions that address local demands.
BlackBerry service experiences problems in UK again
Source claims server handling consumer BlackBerry traffic has 'gone down'.
The Mobile Application Market
98 billion mobile applications will be downloaded in 2015