Global m-payment revenues based upon NFC technology will climb to nearly $50 billion by 2014, according to a new study from Juniper Research. The firm claims that, following services launches in
Around 500 million people could be using their mobile devices as travel tickets to make journeys on buses, metro services and trains, according to a new report from Juniper Research. Juniper expects
By 2015, the majority of traffic (63 per cent) generated by handsets and tablets will move onto fixed networks using femtocell and Wi-Fi links, according to a new report from Juniper Research. Of
A new report from Juniper Research estimates the amount of mobile data traffic generated by smartphones and tablets will exceed 14,000 petabytes by 2015, equivalent to 18 billion movie downloads. The
The last two years have been, without a doubt, a renaissance in mobile games. Driven by the iconic iPhone and its complementing App Store, developers great and small are reaping the rewards of...
New LTE networks are now being announced so frequently that the technology has recently been called "the fastest developing system in the history of mobile telecommunications," according to the GSA.
A new report from Juniper Research concludes that the initial beneficiaries of LTE networks will be business users in developed countries led by the U.S. and Japan. The firm forecasts that global
ABI Research predicted that more than 4 billion people will have access to 4G technologies by 2015. The research firm, which defines 4G as either LTE or WiMAX, said its figure is double the more than
Wireless operators deploying LTE this year probably do not expect to garner much revenue from the next-generation network technology before the year is out. However, in the years ahead they likely
Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) boosted the profile of mobile video calling when it debuted its native FaceTime video application for the iPhone 4, but according to a new report, the technology will remain very