Too bad it's only in a lab. Mass deployment of such technology isn't expected until at least 2020.
Network-gear vendor publishes report highlighting key trends in mobile market it says will drive explosive growth.
Ericsson will open an "innovation lab" on the Facebook campus to help with the development of apps and services on mobile networks.
The telco company will demonstrate how a phone can simultaneously communicate over three network conduits for higher data-transfer rates.
Scratch another candidate supposedly on Microsoft's short list of possible replacements for Steve Ballmer.
The Korean electronics giant agrees to make ongoing royalty payments to Ericsson under a cross-licensing deal on cellular technologies.
Hans Vestberg is among several candidates under consideration to replace departing CEO Steve Ballmer, Bloomberg reports.
Following the release of the fingerprint sensor-enabled iPhone 5s, more smartphone makers could soon jump on the bandwagon, if Ericsson's predictions prove true.
The company's Mobility Report projects 85 percent of North American mobile subscriptions will be tied to an LTE network by 2019.
Sony Ericsson follows up its ultrastylish Xperia Arc with the Xperia Arc S, a slightly faster version of the posh European model that runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and rocks a powerful camera. Its high price, single-core CPU, and slow data speeds will leave Android experts wanting more.