WASHINGTON--FCC Chairman Michael Powell won't be idle on wireless issues in the coming months despite his March departure date, his aides say.
Thanks in part to an 11 percent revenue increase from its wireless business, Alltel recorded a 4.5 percent increase in profit for the fourth quarter.
By the close of 2005, wireless subscriptions will hit nearly 2 billion on a worldwide basis, with cellular mobile dominating the wireless technology field, according to a new trends study from Deloitte Research.
Citing improved credit protection measures and a strengthened balance sheet, Fitch Ratings upgraded Motorola's unsecured debt rating and said its outlook remains positive.
Universal Music Group is looking to extend its reach into the mobile market with the establishment of a U.S. mobile division, Universal Music Mobile U.S. (UMM-US).
Wavelink unveiled the latest version of its Wavelink Emulators wireless terminal emulation software, Version 5.0.
With more than a quarter of a million people killed by the tsunami disaster in Asia, companies in the telecom sector continue to find ways to support relief efforts. The latest: Nokia and Charitable Recycling pledge monetary aid.
Wireless Xcessories Group, Hop-on, ACCESS, Nextel Communications and Enigma.
Despite posting strong first-quarter results, Qualcomm shares slipped more than 7 percent at one point following the CDMA pioneer's second-quarter forecast.
Under its "Save for Growth" initiative, T-Mobile International says it could hand out as many as 2,200 pink slips by the close of 2006. More than half the cuts will to be carried out in Germany.
Intel has taken the wraps off its second-generation Centrino mobile technology, formerly code-named "Sonoma."
Nortel Networks plans to form a joint venture with China Puritan dedicated to the advancement of 3G equipment and services.
Beginning Feb. 1, Verizon Wireless will expand its selection of VCAST-supported handsets with the introduction of the Samsung SCH-a890.
Whether it be to just get a first-hand account of today's Presidential Inauguration parade or to protest the swearing in of George W. Bush for a second term, wireless has taken a front seat at the proceedings.