Over the past years, several telecommunications markets around the world have become increasingly competitive.
TV and video are the newest battle fronts for cellular carriers trying to refresh their increasingly mature businesses.
Female gamers are set to spend more than £1bn on video games over the next 12 months, thanks to the growth in mobile gaming.
The Central African Republic has been plagued by internal conflict over the past few years.
Last year almost $80bn was spent in mobile advertising, making up 45 percent of all digital advertising revenue.
The humble ATM, or cash point, is celebrating its 50th birthday today.
London-based startup Memrise recently won Best App at the 2017 Google Play Awards for changing the way we learn languages.
In Botswana 4G subscriptions will soon be the fastest growing mobile generation in the country.
Total mobile data traffic in France will advance due to the increase in data-intensive applications, such as video, web browsing, social networking and M2M, among others.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)’s telecom market has been hit by many problems.
4G is the fourth and latest generation in mobile communication technology, billed as a better and faster upgrade on 3G.
Have mobile phones replaced landlines?
More and more people are using their devices to access the internet rather than make traditional phone calls, and Ghana is no exception.
British retailers are falling behind their European and US counterparts when it comes to mobile.
As of 2016, Uruguay had reached a broadband penetration of the population of 27 percent, the highest in the region, and well above the regional average of 12 percent.
India’s telecoms industry is the midst of a shake-up as Vodafone India confirms it is acquiring Idea Cellular.
Satellite company Inmarsat claims to have a global Internet of Things (IoT) network that could be a threat to traditional mobile carriers.
As if the world wasn’t already millennial enough shoppers are increasingly trying to avoid other people, even when they are already in a store.
Despite banks’ ongoing focus on mobile, people aren’t signing up.