Three is the latest firm to switch on its 5G network, starting with a 5G home broadband service across parts of London.
The launch of Huawei’s delayed foldable smartphone, the Mate X, looks set to be pushed back further.
Cyber-bullying and lack of sleep have a bigger impact on children’s mental health than social media use, a study has found.
Millions of people are at risk of mobile signal blackouts because their area is not adequately served by full 4G coverage, Which? has reported.
Google Maps users on smartphones can now use virtual arrows to help them follow directions in the navigation app.
Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Note 10 line-up of smartphones, including its largest screen on a Note device and a 5G-ready version of the phablet.
Samsung has unveiled two new versions of its big-screen Galaxy Note smartphone, as the tech giant tries to maintain its position as the world’s biggest phone maker.
Samsung is set to unveil its latest Galaxy Note smartphone, with support for 5G expected to be among the feature updates on the new handset.
BT has pledged to ramp up competitive measures as it reported a dip in sales and profits during the first quarter.
It takes young people in the UK less than one minute to get annoyed while waiting for phone content to download, research suggests.
The Department for Education is to launch a competition to find the best apps to help disadvantaged families to boost their children’s education.
Three and Sky Mobile have become the first UK mobile operators to offer Huawei’s 5G smartphone to customers as part of the rollout of their new 5G mobile networks.
As the UK set a new record temperature for July, it’s not just people who are feeling the heat but electronic devices too, with some iPhone users reporting their handsets struggling to deal with the weather.
A mobile network is planning to roll out 5G coverage to Aberdeen in summer next year.
Samsung’s Galaxy Fold smartphone is “ready” to be released following a delay after issues with the device’s screen were discovered.
The UK’s second biggest mobile phone operator has revealed it will roll out its 5G network in October this year.
Apple has denied claims that it favours its own apps when ranking search results for its own App Store.
The era of 5G is upon the UK, with faster speeds not only expected to transform everyday smartphones but also everything from virtual reality to healthcare.
Mobile users across the UK can now switch network provider via text message in a move aimed at simplifying the process.
Nokia has distanced itself from a senior executive who took aim at Huawei over the ongoing debate surrounding the safety of its 5G technology.
Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has revealed another glimpse of its hidden selfie camera technology as manufacturers explore new designs to maximise display space.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has said his “greatest mistake ever” was allowing Google’s Android, rather than his own company, to become the world’s biggest mobile operating system.
Huawei has claimed many of its newest devices will be able to receive the next version of the Android operating system, despite a US trade ban restricting access to products.
Utility Warehouse owner Telecom Plus attracted higher numbers of customers last year, as the company said it was poised to take advantage of the “challenging” energy marketplace.
Google’s attempt at taking a bigger bite out of the hardware side of the smartphone sector continues in its Pixel range, which now includes a budget version of its third handset.
Huawei’s P30 Pro phone is creating a stir among mobile photography enthusiasts.
Huawei is to delay the launch of its first foldable smartphone, the Mate X, saying it wants to test the device further after rival Samsung suffered issues with its own foldable phone earlier this year.
Vodafone is working to fix a fault which has affected some customers’ access to its mobile data and broadband services.
Motoring groups believe a drop in the number of roads police officers means many drivers are not deterred from using a mobile phone behind the wheel.
Facebook has launched a new app which will pay users to allow the social network to collect data on how people use their device and the apps downloaded to it.