Universal Music Group is burrowing further into the wireless sector with the introduction of a music-focused wireless phone, designed in conjunction with Single Touch Interactive. The phone will accompany the record label's own branded wireless service.
Brazilian mobile operator Vivo moves forward with its plans to upgrade its network. The latest: The company signed a contract extension with Lucent Technologies to further expand its network in the country's largest states.
In the name of high-speed wireless advancement, Sierra Wireless has unveiled PCI Express Mini Cards that support EV-DO and high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) standards.
Cingular Wireless is committed to investing more than $60 million in its Colorado network as part of an effort to expand coverage capacity and its retail reach.
SmartVideo Technologies' on-demand video content is now accessible via HotPoint Wireless' Wi-Fi network, thanks to a newly signed deal between the two companies.
Marconi Wireless, LS telcom, Pipex Communications, Airspan Networks, Palm, Audi of America, Freescale Semiconductor, Seaway Networks, Phantom Fiber Corporation, Aspinalls Online Casino, Ecutel Systems and Boost Mobile.
Bill Owens intends to hand Nortel Networks Corporation's reigns over to Mike Zafirovski, who has been named president and CEO, on Nov. 15.
New product launches fueled positive results for Sony Ericsson in the third quarter. The company recorded a 16 percent increase in net profit for the quarter.
Flarion reached a milestone today with the country-wide deployment its Flash-OFDM technology in Slovakia. T-Mobile, using Siemens equipment, announced the commercial deployment in 19 Slovakian cities, including the capital, Bratislava.
Agere Systems made good on its Vision platform, announcing its X115 chipset for mainstream EDGE feature phones and smartphones that will provide high-quality video and CD-quality audio.
Motorola, tele.org, Andrew Corporation, Calypso, Sleipner, Zingy, Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products, PanGo Networks, Orange Netherlands, Intellisync Corporation, DragonWave, Cirronet, Chipcon, In-Fusio, LG Electronics, Sagem, Trango Broadband Wireless, Aperto Networks and BroadSoft.
Sprint Nextel is extending the capabilities of its Direct Send service by adding the ability to send photos from one handset to another while on a walkie-talkie call.
Good Technology believes it is taking mobile security to the next level with the introduction of its Good Mobile Defense security solution. The company also announced a new virus protection tie-in with McAfee.
Calling early termination fees (ETF) a “top priority,” CTIA officials tapped a former FCC commissioner to make their case in favor of the fees at the FCC.