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USA Mobility announced plans to shrink its three divisions into two, as the company works to fully integrate the Arch Wireless and Metrocall operations.
CTIA does not want the FCC to make any hasty decisions when it comes to relaxing air-to-ground cell phone restrictions. The group expressed concerns about interference with existing terrestrial wireless services.
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BET has made great strides in mobile with its interactive TV service in which BET viewers can buy ringtones, wallpapers and other content using short codes. But now the innovative media company is lining up deals with mobile operators and preparing to bring its video content to mobile phones.
Research In Motion (RIM) may continue to sell its BlackBerry devices in the United States, at least for now. A U.S. appeals court reversed an earlier patent ruling against RIM, but sent some NTP claims back to a lower court for further review.
WASHINGTON--Verizon Wireless is considering the possibility of asking the FCC for more time to meet the upcoming Dec. 31 deadline to equip 95 percent of its subscribers with wireless phones capable of locating them if they dial 911.
Crown Castle International posted a nearly 11 percent up-tick in site rental revenue during the second quarter. Company shares were up 2 percent following the news.
The Street was frowning on Alvarion this morning after the company recorded a dip in revenue and posted a net loss. Despite the lackluster results, the company remains upbeat about its WiMAX prospects.
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Several months ago, two competing groups—TGn Sync and WWise—agreed to build a combined 802.11n protocol proposal that would serve as a compromise between the warring factions. Last month, yet another group comprised of four major companies—Aetheros, Broadcom, Intel and Marvell—popped up. It claimed that it was writing
Qualcomm announced that a federal judge has set a preliminary injunction against Broadcom, which will bar the company from using its confidential WCDMA trade secrets.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled that Qualcomm is infringing on a patent held by rival Broadcom Corporation.
Research In Motion (RIM) is calling Samsung's hand by filing a lawsuit claiming Samsung's BlackJack smartphone name is too close to its BlackBerry brand.
Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless continue to make strides in the mobile broadband market. The latest: Sprint has upgraded its 3G capabilities in 10 new markets, while Verizon Wireless has launched its high-speed network in select new markets.