Qualcomm powered devices are capturing the high end of the device market and this overriding factor has resulted in Qualcomm attracting an average implied subsidy of $530 compared to $341 for other IC vendor based products.
Bulgarian WiMAX network operator, Max Telecom says that it has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to deploy an LTE network overlay, which is due to go live in Q4 2013.
Rovio Entertainment has outlined plans to expand the number of consumer goods sold with the Angry Birds branding plastered over them.
USA based ATandT has deployed a number of free phone chargers around New York City, all powered by solar energy as part of a pilot trial of the facility.
Essar Telecom Kenya (Yu) has reversed a previous policy of not deploying a 3G network, and has said that it will now apply for a 3G license from the regulator.
Cisco Systems has opened an innovation center in Israel to test the world's first self-optimizing heterogeneous configuration that combines small-cell, Wi-Fi and macro technologies.
An attempt to broadcast short targeted messages at the potential occupants of other planets has been launched.
Huawei has shown off what it says is the world's slimmest smartphone -- a 1.5Ghz quad-core Android device that is 6.
Specifically, 55% of Apple Siri users and 50% of Google Now users are "very" satisfied with the technologies.
Vodafone is facing a potential rival in its US$9 billion bid to buy the German cable operator, Kabel Deutschland in the form of USA based Liberty Global.