EE, O2, Three, and Vodafone have all agreed to invest £5 billion in infrastructure to achieve a guaranteed 90% coverage as part of the government plan announced today.
Project AURORAGOLD ensures the NSA can access 70% of the world's cellphone networks by exploiting weaknesses in technology for surveillance purposes whenever required.
Despite all the natural threats they face, it’s time for operators to ensure their networks are running seamlessly 24/7...
Despite many trying to get carrier bloatware banned, a new service from Digital Turbine is about to make the often-criticised practice much worse...
In his first plenary session since his appointment, Ansip opened with: "The Digital Single Market requires our immediate attention; we need the telecoms single market as a solid basis for our future."
Reports say that Hutchison Whampoa, the owner of Three in the UK, is preparing to enter the ring against BT and bid for EE or O2 by the end of the year.
BT might be in talks to swallow-up half of the UK mobile networks, but until then, we can take a look at how all the operators are performing as we continue the transition from 3G to 4G.
Yasser Khattak is a 19 year old entrepreneur who could save the UK economy nearly £2bn through evolving one of the most-used appliances in our homes...
Opera Software has launched an operator-branded app store which promises "all you can eat" access to over 300,000 premium apps and games.
A sophisticated piece of malware called Regin has been found to attack carriers, and has been linked to government surveillance agencies including the NSA and Britain's GCHQ.
BT are in talks with Telefónica to buy the mobile operator back after showing interest in re-entering the mobile space as part of a quad-play effort.