3M has announced that it is in the final stages of commercializing a new film for LCD screens that can allow up to 50% more colour to be displayed.
Three-quarters of public transport travelers in some of the world's major cities believe that electronic ticketing would make travel easier, and an overwhelming 92 percent would welcome paperless travel, Click here for more.
Samsung balanced a remarkable period of innovation with chasing market share -- it spent $1.6 billion more on advertising in the last year, a 33% increase as a percentage of its revenue.
Wyless, the M2M managed services provider, announced today an agreement with Telefonica Digital allowing Wyless partners to use the Telefonica Global SIM along with Wyless Managed Services Click here for more.
In a not entirely unexpected move, Sprint Nextel has raised the price it is willing to pay to buy out the minority shareholders in its Clearwire subsidiary.
Spirent Communications has announced that its 8100 Location Technology Solution (LTS) now offers support for end-to-end VoLTE based E911 testing.
The Indian government may need to modify two separate laws in order to be able to sign off on a negotiated settlement with Vodafone in its US$2.
UK based mobile network operator, Telefonica O2 has named Capita as the preferred bidder for a 10-year customer management outsourcing contract.
Apple has been accused of trying to find the "Holy Grain" of tax avoidance schemes by a committee of US politicians who are investigating the company's tax affairs.
Australia's Telstra says that it has turned on its 1,500th 4G base station as part of its program to extend 4G coverage to 66 percent of the Australian population by the end of next month.