AeroComm has introduced the ZB2430 "ZigBee Your Way" transceiver. Based on the Texas Instruments (TI) 802.15.4 System-on-Chip and Z-Stack technology, ZB2430 provides OEMs with improved wireless performance in the areas of power consumption, integration, range, features and functionality.
Hypertag, a company that uses Bluetooth technology to make poster advertising campaigns interactive, has introduced a new generation of its content server technology. The new hardware allows the current PC server to be replaced with a small embedded system containing an array of Bluetooth subsystems, each running in hostless mode.
LAS VEGAS - More than 800 TV producers, content providers, wireless carriers and mobile TV startups filled a ballroom at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center here yesterday to learn more about wireless entertainment and the mobile TV opportunity at the NATPE Mobile ++ conference hosted by iHollywood Forum.
There's an inherent difficulty in finding interesting content using a mobile phone, especially beyond the top deck of applications the handsets display. A start-up company called Cascada Mobile thinks it has the answer by making it easy to create peer-to-peer distribution.
Sprint Nextel appears to be raising the bar on mobile chatting. The company today announced the availability of three new ways to chat or keep in touch with friends anywhere: Jumbuck Island, The Lounges and Webdate Mobile.
Andrew Corporation announced this week that it has completed the first phase of a multi-operator cellular system that will allow attendees of the Olympic Winter Games in Turin, Italy, to have wireless services, including broadband, anywhere in the city's underground transportation system.
It's wasn't always a slam dunk, but Sirific Wireless says it has completed the development process to provide a single-chip CMOS high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA)/WEDGE RF transceiver.
It's a girl thing, guys. You're just gonna have to deal. Sisterwoman.com is coming this spring, and company officials say it will provide content and access on various media, including wireless, to give women an environment to communicate privately with close friends or openly with the larger "Sisterwoman community."
Telecom New Zealand launched the Telecom Music Store, a mobile music store the operator is offering throughout the country. Groove Mobile's mobile technology is powering the new service.
Alaska Communications Systems Group, Applied Micro Circuits Corporation, Wi-Fi Alliance, Calypso Wireless, Sleipner S.A., Nortel, Yamaha, fSONA Systems and ARC Wireless Solutions.
As the pool of mobile devices in the corporate network grows, businesses are trying as never before to marshal their resources to protect them, say analysts. And network security providers are scrambling to differentiate their offerings, as awareness among IT managers picks up. "There has been a change in mentality," says Michael Voellinger, vice president of enterprise wireless solutions at Te
Given the choice, most people would probably use their cell phone in a hotel room rather than pick up the room's wallet-draining wired phone. There's no doubt about it – wired phones in hotel rooms are collecting dust. Of course, wired phones likely won't be ripped out any time soon. Too many guest services – such as room service, room-to-room calling and wake-up calls – are t
Even though broadband is available competitively in a variety of forms in suburban and urban areas, the same isn't necessarily true for many rural areas in the United States. Those areas, with vast spaces between subscribers or located in hard-to-reach topographies, can be quite expensive to serve with big wireline pipes.
Michael Serafini loves music, especially dance music – and more than most people. Online music sites call him "one of the unsung heroes" of Chicago's underground dance music scene, and his name shows up frequently as a DJ at several Chicago clubs. Serafini also is a manager and buyer for DJ-focused Gramaphone Records in Chicago, which has earned a faithful following since it was founded i