Also in today's EMEA roundup: NSN goes Dutch with 4G; GSMA tells Europe to get a move on; how much competition is enough?
It's not its primary focus now, but Qualcomm isn't abandoning 3G network technologies as it looks to evolve for future networks.
Ma Bell has upped its total of 4G markets covered to 397 as it aims for 420 towns and cities and 270 million potential users by year's end.
The chipmaker wants to show its partners what's possible in wearable computing with new Toq watch, but its partners are already launching their own versions.
CEO says his company's strong 2013 financial performance is proof network operators are investing in packet-optical nets, not legacy gear.
In our latest community poll, Alcatel-Lucent emerged as the favorite to become the new No. 3 vendor in cable tech land.
Also: Samsung's smart watch is set for its German debut, Huawei extends its ARM deal, and Swisscom introduces direct carrier billing.
Regional carrier ditches its "Belief Project" brand along with several customer service perks from it.
A new LTE toolset is designed to give the complete picture by testing the device, network, and apps in the labs and in the field.
Did Stephen Elop just deliver the goods to Microsoft?
The fifth largest TV manufacturer partners up with Hillcrest for motion control technology.
Developers at Qualcomm's Uplinq conference hope the acquisition means more tightly integrated services for Windows Phone.
Acquiring Actix brings both RAN analytics and self-optimizing network technology for mobile operators into the Amdocs fold.
Here, Light Reading presents our choice for the 10 most absurd in-flight offerings du jour.
A snapshot of where we're at with 4G, as LTE-Advanced and VoLTE come into view.
Bill Burns gets the chop as test vendor looks for a new CEO to take it into new markets.
New after-market insurance offerings include disabling text messages when in transit.
The CBS blackout comes to an end for Time Warner subscribers as the two companies agree to a new content licensing deal.
One story dominates today's Euronews. Can you guess what it is yet?
Nokia is selling its mobile phones and services business to its partner for €5.44B, leaving it with NSN, its patents, and little else.
Sales of champagne set to rocket in City of London as Vodafone plans to hand over $84 billion to its shareholders.
UPDATED 1PM EST: Expect an M&A frenzy if Vodafone completes the sale of its stake in Verizon Wireless.
Plans three new tech facilities in Sweden and Canada to support R&D and customer testing.
Helping unite disparate voice, video, and messaging systems is something the cloud can do easily, say Cisco and IDC.
Also in today's EMEA roundup: Free Mobile boosts its profits; UAE operators suspend services; new CEO for Zain Saudi; NEC small-cell success in Russia.
Qualcomm's annual developer confab kicks off this week in San Diego, where everything from LTE-Advanced to WebRTC and augmented reality is on the agenda.