WASHINGTON-The FCC began setting up the rules framework that will support services using 700 MHz spectrum when it's sold off by the agency in 2008.
Nortel managed to reverse a year-ago profit dip and pump up its revenue year-over year. The company's profit gain is attributed in part to a shareholder litigation recovery of $510 million, according to Nortel.
Like a never-ending parade, companies involved in the wireless sector are still reporting their latest quarterly results, including Alltel, InPhonic and Terabeam.
SunCom Wireless is ready to move forward with its first Napster Mobile launch. The service rollout is slated to take place next week, according to Napster.
Verizon Wireless inked two separate deals for its CDMA 1X EV-DO networks. The carrier introduced Novatel Wireless' wireless broadband ExpressCard, as well as certified wireless rugged modems from AirLink Communications.
Buongiorno USA revealed a deal to acquire Rocket Mobile for an undisclosed sum. Buongiorno snapped up the provider of multimedia and messaging software for mobile handsets to flush out its own value-added service offering, according to the company. The deal will give the company up to a 100 percent stake in Rocket Mobile.
Tom Online, Mobile Scope, Qwest Communications International, Samsung, MTV Networks, GoTV Networks, Harrah's License Company, Verizon Wireless, Strix Systems, SnowSports Interactive, July Systems and Semtech Corporation.
Intel Corporation is once again asserting its commitment to WiMAX adoption. The company unveiled the Asian Broadband Campaign in Southeast Asia.
Is 3G a failure? That’s what you might be led to believe if you read a couple of recent news stories. Failure was the word applied to 3G by Kim Ki-ho, a Samsung senior vice president speaking at a Korean technology event sponsored by his company. He said consumers aren’t interested in 3G and “it is already becom
Alltel has forged deals with AOL and MSN to enable its customers access to AOL Instant Messenger and MSN Messenger services from their mobile phones.
Following its completed merger with AirGate PCS, Alamosa Holdings posted first-quarter revenue of $267.8 million and said progress is being made on integrating the companies' systems.
Mobile 365, American Tower Corporation, SpectraSite, TowerStream, Blue Tree Wireless Data, Sprint, SmartVideo Technologies, The Weather Channel, Analysys Research, Radio Waves, MobilePro and RELM Wireless Corporation.
Aperto Networks received an influx of funds that will enable the company to expand its WiMAX product offerings as well as extend its market reach globally.
Samsung Electronics posted an increase in its year-over-year net income during the first quarter, although, despite record shipments during the quarter, the company's results were hit by declining margins in its cell phone business.