Sony Ericsson is targeting the entry-level wireless market with the introduction of three new handsets, which will run about $50 less than the company's average selling price.
Three Canadian wireless carriers are calling on Syniverse Technologies to help facilitate their cross-Canada Wi-Fi hot spot network. For its part, Syniverse will provide mobile data roaming services.
Vodafone, Universal Music Group, Enterasys Networks, Andrew Corporation, Skyware Radio Systems, Radcom, Rural Cellular Corporation, sunrise, Comverse, Cantor Market Data, Sprint, Smartphones Technologies, Digital Orchid, Nextcode Corporation and Critical Mas NZ.
OfficeMax has signed on to peddle the EarthLink Wireless Treo 650 smartphone by palmOne in its stores.
Agere Systems is getting on the high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) bandwagon, now offering an HSDPA chipset designed for feature phones in the $150 price range.
Popstar! Magazine and wireless company mobZilla are debuting Popstar! Magazine Radio on mobZilla's streaming music service for mobile phones and PCs.
Sprint Nextel, Global Care Quest, VeriSign, Jamdat Mobile, Electronic Arts, Leap Wireless International, Alaska Native Broadband, Qualcomm, Openwave Systems, Sun Microsystems, TeleNav, Research In Motion, Brightstar, Brightpoint Sweden, Motricity, Spirent Communications, Axalto, Optus, PCTEL, Novatel Wireless, IPWireless, Convergys, Mobile 365, Namco Networks, Airwide Solutions, SIPquest, Cohda Wireless, In-Stat, Andrew Corporation
Reducing customer care costs without jeopardizing service requires carriers to walk a thin line. Lean too far into the cost savings realm and you risk alienating your customer base and making your churn spike. Go too far the other way and your customer care costs eat into the bottom line. No doubt about it, customer care is an expensive part of the business.
Claiming a first in the color department, T-Mobile USA and Research In Motion (RIM) launched the new white BlackBerry Pearl.
CSR acquired NordNav Technologies and Cambridge Positioning Systems (CPS) in a move the company says will allow it to provide software-based, low-cost GPS solutions suitable for mass-market consumption.
San Francisco’s municipal Wi-Fi project doesn’t pass the sniff test as administered by city budget analyst Harvey Rose.
Wireless operator Horizon Wi-Com announced plans to launch 802.16e-2005-based WiMAX services in Northeastern U.S. markets using customer modems, base stations and network management systems from Texas-based Navini Networks.
Helio is giving its retail stores a unique look, and mCosm is helping. The MVNO and mCosm, an interactive retail solutions company, say they are developing a fresh consumer experience for Helio members using mCosm’s mCast software to create, manage and distribute various digital media – from signage and video to 3D effects and animation.
Hingi is launching Hear It N’ Get It, a service that promises to provide users with mobile content in just two clicks.