Sprint Nextel, TechnoCom Corporation, MobilePro, Glenayre Messaging, CSR and Traffic.com.
Kyocera Wireless, Leap Wireless International, SMC Networks, IceWEB, Palm, KT, NDS, Garmin, EME Tec Sat SAS, Alvarion, Numerex, Millennium Cell, Gecko Energy Technologies, Superior Communications, Mobility Electronics and Insystcom.
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) doesn't officially open until Thursday, but the lineup of announcements is well under way, and for the wireless industry, it's all about entertainment.
CTIA's Wireless 2006 and GLOBALCOMM 2006
A software upgrade caused intermittent service outages for some BlackBerry users this week, according to Research in Motion, which contends the problems have been rectified.
Strong subscriber growth fueled positive results for Leap Wireless International in the fourth quarter. The wireless company posted a fourth-quarter profit, which reversed a year-ago loss.
Alltel snapped up the remaining interest it did not already own in wireless partnerships in North and South Carolina. The deal was signed with Palmetto MobileNet.
WASHINGTON-Renewed calls by movie theater owners for the FCC to allow wireless phone signals to be blocked met with stiff resistance from the wireless industry this morning.
Samsung Telecommunications America took the wraps off of its first high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) handset in the United States. Cingular Wireless has signed on as the exclusive U.S. provider of the SGH-zx20.
WASHINGTON- Bidding in the FCC's Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) auction is approaching $13.5 billion, even though bidders have slowed the pace considerably in the last few days.
In the wake of Sprint Nextel's accelerated migration to EV-DO Rev. A, the carrier is commercially launching the Novatel Wireless S720 Sprint Mobile Broadband Card to its customer base.
The Wi-Fi Alliance says in the first half of 2007 it will start to certify interoperability of Wi-Fi products that include baseline features from the developing IEEE 802.11n standard.
Motorola is reinforcing its commitment to WiMAX by announcing plans to develop mobile WiMAX chipsets for next-generation wireless devices. The company views the technology as a path to offering a transformed mobile experience to the masses.
The Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) hopes to bring the wireless industry together by launching the WIPConnector, an online resource tool that offers networking opportunities and helps navigate the wireless business.
Realizing October will be here before the company knows its, NTT DoCoMo is outlining fees that will be associated with switching mobile carriers while keeping the same phone number. Mobile number portability (MNP) officially takes effect in Japan on Oct. 24.