Councils across the world have taken action against zombie phone addicts, installing pavement-level traffic-lights to prevent social media-addicted pedestrians absentmindedly wandering into the…
The European Union has clinched a preliminary deal with telecom operators to cap wholesale charges, paving the way for the abolition of roaming fees.
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Redheads, the butt of frequent teasing in some parts of the world, might not be the first group you’d think would complain about a lack of recognition.
The end of the working week in France heralded a minor milestone for workers.
China Mobile has won the prize for the most fourth-generation network customers in 2016 with almost 510 million 4G users.
Virtual and augmented reality, health technology and mobile tech were centre stage at the annual TechCrunch Disrupt startup event in London.
Startup entrepreneurs gathered in Helsinki with one question – when is a mobile phone not a phone?
Samsung fails to address investors' major concerns but announces structural review and a "road map" for the future.
Snapchat seems to move closer to becoming a public company by reportedly filed for an initial public offering of shares to test investor interest.
Samsung pledges to work hard to earn back the public's trust after the Galaxy Note 7 disaster which lowered its third-quarter mobile earnings by 96%.
Britain's telecoms regulator has fined Vodafone a record amount for what it called "serious and sustained" failings in its dealings with customers.
Apple's annual earnings have dropped for the first time in 15 years as it posted a third successive quarter of declining iPhone sales.
Samsung steps up efforts to retain South Korean customers after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco by offering discounts on the future 8 series handset.
In Business Line we look at the hit to Samsung's bottom line and its reputation from the scrapping of the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung is to help its component suppliers hit by the canceling of the Galaxy Note 7 with compensation for unused parts and unfinished components.
Samsung says will take a hit to its operating profit of about 2.7 billion euros in the next two quarters from scrapping the Note 7 smartphone.
Samsung has revealed it is going to take an initial two billion euro hit from scrapping the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
In a statement, the company says it has made a "final decision" to stop making its star product. It comes in the wake of reports of devices spontaneously catching fire.
Samsung halts production and sales of the Galaxy Note 7 and urges users to turn off the device amid renewed reports of fires.
News comes after reports of fires in replacement devices. Sources have not specified if specific problems identified or when production was halted.
Tough times in the telecoms industry mean Swedish mobile phone exchange equipment maker Ericsson is cutting 3,900 jobs - a fifth of its workforce.
Blackberry has shifted away the money-losing handset business to focus on selling software and services.
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Consumers should be exempt from roaming fees no matter how long they spend abroad, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
The European Commission has withdrawn proposals that would limit next year’s abolition of mobile roaming charges, after criticism that the rules should go further to favour…