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.
Telcordia has launched Telcordia Ringback Tones and location-based services as additional components of the Telcordia Converged Applications Suite.
Buyers of Samsung SPH-V6800 phones will get the latest and greatest MobileTouch interface solution in their handsets, Synaptics has announced.
Orange Dominicana, Ericsson, Crown Castle International, Fitch Ratings, Telus, TDK Corporation, Krusell, Zi Corporation, Telcel, palmOne and Hop-on.com.
Sprint Nextel, Electronic Arts, Energizer Holdings, Verizon, Dobson Cellular Systems, Radvision, iPass and AirTegrity Wireless.
Although Leap Wireless International will not release its most recent quarterly results until next month, the operator did announce it landed 166,000 net new customers during 3Q.
PayPal officially took the wraps off its PayPal Mobile service today at the CTIA Wireless show in Las Vegas. The new SMS-based payment service has already attracted several high-level merchants, such as MTV and Fox Home Entertainment.
Ah, the famed Triple Play and network convergence based on Internet protocol (IP). I just returned from Globalcomm, where the talk centered on IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) technology and how carriers intend to add value by bundling services – such as wireless, landline and Internet (with a potential nod from video to create the Quad Play.
Machines have had the ability to talk to one another for decades, but the industry that machine-to-machine (M2M) communications was supposed to foster is still in the emerging stages. There's renewed energy in the industry, though, with the advent of new technologies, consolidation and the rise of M2M mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs).
This issue, two items caught our eye as interesting in a twisted sort of way.
The debate over pricing of full-song downloads delivered over the mobile phone continues to gain steam.Sprint Nextel currently charges $2.50 per song download. However, Amp’d Mobile has indicated that it will charge just 99 cents per download to mimic Apple’s iTunes pricing.
Mobile content is a growing portion of wireless carriers’ revenue streams and an exciting outlet for entertainment firms looking to increase brand awareness and grow their audience. But many challenges remain.The value chain is complex, the customer experience can be poor and the business model—particularly distribution--is still evolving.