Amp'd Mobile, HurryDate, THQ Wireless, Conspiracy Entertainment, In-Fusio, MobilePro Corporation, Tiger Communications, Calypso Wireless, Ecutel, Cisco Systems, Verizon Wireless, AirDefense, Sogetel, mmwave Technologies, palmOne, TA Orange and SP Holding Corporation.
Boeing announced plans to phase out its Connexion by Boeing air-to-ground high-speed broadband service. After six years of investments, the satellite-based offering just failed to live up to expectations, according to Boeing.
It looks like the rumors were true - Google and China.com announced a partnership to work together in China.
T-Mobile UK is looking to entice its t-zones customers to jump into more game play by launching a play for prizes category. The new offering is being made possible through a partnership with Sennari Entertainment, a developer of mobile entertainment and loyalty applications.
InterDigital Communications Corporation, Nokia, LG Electronics, Texas Instruments, ZTE Corporation, Telus, Google, smarTVideo Technologies, Content Asia Network, SplashData, FaithMobile, Crisp Wireless, fastmobile, Wayfinder and Smart SMS Corporation.
You've heard about it. It's the story about how pulses sent through cell phones turn the recipients into killer zombies. No, it's not the latest public service announcement from escapecellhell.org. It's the plot of Stephen King's latest horror novel, "Cell," which hit bookstores on Jan. 24. As part of the book's marketing campaign, King recorded two "talk tones," similar to ringtones but with
Don Berryman's life is getting more complicated by the day. It's especially complicated during the football season. That's because the head of EarthLink's new municipal broadband division is not only running one of the hottest Internet divisions, but he's also trying to get to football games. Specifically, the Atlanta-based executive is trying to get into No.
When Kris Rinne goes to the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona in a couple weeks, she'll be playing a new role. Instead of listening to how other carriers around the world have been pushing out new technologies, Cingular Wireless' chief technology officer will be teaching more than listening. Rinne and Cingular have put the U.
WASHINGTON–Political complexities can be a significant concern for advancing municipal Wi-Fi networks, and they must be navigated just as efficiently as the networking plans for those projects. As the first big Wi-Fi networks move forward, the importance of managing the political issues is becoming more apparent.
A year ago, ringback tones were considered the hottest new mobile music moneymaker. Two Tier 1 operators and a handful of Tier 3 carriers jumped on the ringback tone bandwagon, but the service quickly faded from the spotlight. Operators seemed to focus their energies, and capex dollars, on full-track downloads, causing ringbacks to take a back seat in priorities.
Mobile TV is one of the hottest topics in the wireless industry and it is generating much discussion about the content, the quality of service, the fees and consumer interest and uptake. Of course, carriers are eager to deliver the best quality mobile TV service at the lowest possible cost, and now there are several new companies that have launched with the intention of helping operators delive
It's been more than two years since Qwest decided to sell its wireless assets and migrate its wireless subscribers off its existing network and onto Sprint's network, effectively changing the company's status from a service provider to an MVNO. Although Qwest hailed this decision – saying the change would give the company access to a nationwide footprint without having to spend millions t
Most wireless carriers and manufacturers are confident they can meet the upcoming deadlines for new FCC requirements on hearing aid compatibility, including those dealing with both RF emissions and telecoil coupling. That's becaue most major carriers and manufacturers, including Cingular Wireless, T-Mobile USA, Verizon Wireless, Motorola, Nokia, LG Electronics MobileComm and Sony Ericsson, alre
Bit by bit and city by city, the overhyped wireless technology WiMAX is becoming a reality. Equipment is being certified and shipped, operators are testing and deploying networks, and customers are being signed up. So far, though, the only ones making money off WiMAX are the equipment vendors. Infonetics Research says WiMAX gearmakers gleaned $142.
In the wake of the historic storms along the Gulf Coast and a series of regulatory setbacks, a key environmental group in the fight over tower lighting appears to be taking a kinder, gentler tack to get wireless tower companies to tone down their tower lights for the sake of migratory birds. Instead of trying to get regulators to shut down towers or force through new tower lighting regulations,