Boost Mobile, Rand McNally, Motorola, Rural Cellular Corporation, Amp'd Mobile, Proxim Wireless, SkyPilot Networks, NuTel Broadband Corporation, BSG Clearing Solutions GmbH and InfoSpace.
Sprint Nextel says its Sprint Music Store has reached the 1 million song mark with its mobile music download service.
The new mobile Internet domain won't fully launch until sometime this summer, but at least one site is getting an early start.
MobilePro reversed its net income from a year ago, posting a substantial net loss for the second quarter. The company admits it has work to do.
WiderThan, Tom Online, Progressive Direct Group of Insurance Companies, EarthLink, New Edge Networks and Integrated Mobile.
WASHINGTON–Wireless carriers could glean a lesson or two from last month's FCC approval of the SBC Communications/AT&T and Verizon Communications/MCI mergers, which marked an end to the two toughest long-distance competitors, analysts say. The wireless children of SBC and Verizon Communications – Cingular Wireless and Verizon Wireless – are unlikely to see any direct disc
The Sprint cable deal, rise of VoIP, Yahoo! phone announcement and steadily growing wireless substitution are all indications that the residential landscape is in store for structural change. Of course, data services and content will be a big part of this, but let's explore what this means for basic voice.
Nokia may be king in the global handset market share, but Motorola still rules in the U.S. market, garnering three of the top five spots for the most handset models sold during the third quarter. That was due in part to a significant gain in share within Verizon Wireless' portfolio, reports The NPD Group.
Median age: 43 Median income: $141,000 Percent of U.S. households: 3.8 Affluent couples with children are 1.42 times more likely to have at least one mobile phone than the average U.S. household, according to Denver-based market research firm Cohorts. Such families also are likely to spend more than $150 per month on their mobile phone bills, a large proportion of them spending between $200 and
Here's the good news: Worldwide wireless operator service revenue will surpass $698 billion on an annual basis by 2009, according to the Yankee Group's Global Wireless/Mobile Premium Forecast. The firm says data services will account for just over 21 percent of the total. If that's not enough to look forward to, other projections include: As for the downside? "There's not a lot of bad news,"
Microsoft maintained its position as the leading PDA operating system supplier in the third quarter, as it accounted for 49.2 percent of worldwide shipments. Research In Motion (RIM) secured the No. 2 position with 25 percent of the market. Although the U.S. market was relatively flat, it still accounted for 41 percent of worldwide PDA shipments in the third quarter.
Women outpaced men in purchasing ringtones by two to one during the third quarter, reports Telephia. Sixty-nine percent of mobile ringtones were bought by women, while purchases by men comprised 31 percent of the total revenue share. Overall, more than 9 percent of the wireless population purchased a ringtone during the last quarter, with The Pussycat Dolls' Don't Cha attracting the highest per
After at least two separate accidents in which Demetrius Thompson was a pedestrian in the path of drivers talking on cell phones, he decided it was time to do something about it. Thompson, with the help of longtime friend and software composer Derek Butcher, developed a system that will warn drivers via their cell phones when they're approaching an intersection.
Cingular Wireless is rolling out a new 3G handset from LG Electronics MobileComm that features push-to-talk (PTT) capabilities. The CU400 is the first 3G handset in Cingular's portfolio that supports PTT, according to the carrier.