Vodafone has dropped a strong hint that Apple is preparing to launch a new smartphone, as it has chosen to delay the launch of its UK LTE network, pending something happening around August or September time.
USA's Dish Network has stepped up the public rhetoric in its battle to beat Japan's Softbank to control of Sprint Nextel.
Malaysia based Axiata is reportedly mulling an offer to buy a smaller Indonesian rival, Axis Telecom, which is currently owned by Saudi Telecom.
The head of Sony Mobile in China is reported to have resigned with immediate effect for unknown reasons.
Oberthur Technologies says that it has obtained certifications from MasterCard and Visa for its dragonFly NFC SIM card.
Samsung is buying a minority stake in the local handset manufacturer, Pantech, making it the third largest shareholder in the company.
The sheer growth in need for information, ability of enterprises to convert raw data into business insights, the increasing partnerships between systems, and the rising need for remote monitoring solutions for distributed assets are three drivers that have the greatest impact on the North American machine-to-machine (M2M) software and services market.
Singapore's MobileOne (M1) has announced plans to deploy between S$5 million and S$20 million worth of 3G femtocells to improve indoor phone coverage.
Etisalat's Nigerian subsidiary has signed a US$1.2 billion medium term loan facility with a consortium of 13 Nigerian banks.
Malaysia's Green Packet has confirmed that it is looking at selling some of its assets in a move to improve its financial situation.