Another content deal is taking mobile media on a turn for the edgy.
Pegasus Wireless introduced Pandora, a product the company calls the first solution to use wireless audio streaming.
A new study from Senza Fili says WiMAX soon will dominate the fixed broadband wireless market, but its future in mobile isn't as clear.
With BiM Active, there's officially no excuse for not getting in shape.
The spat between Broadcom and Qualcomm continues. The latest: Broadcom has filed a lawsuit alleging Qualcomm is in violation of U.S. antitrust laws. Broadcom has previously lodged fair trade and patent infringement complaints against the CDMA pioneer.
The Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has awarded Vodafone K.K. a preliminary license to test W-CDMA in the 1.7 GHz band, the company says.
In an effort to gain a foothold in the European antenna market, PCTEL has acquired Sigma Wireless Technologies (SWT) from Sigma Communications for $27 million.
It is said a picture is worth a thousand words, but in the case of one Cingular Wireless customer, a picture will be worth $50,000. The carrier has launched the "Raising the Bar" photo contest, which will handsomely reward the customer who best portrays the "five bars" image in real life.
Less than two months after introducing international roaming capabilities to its 3G FOMA customers, NTT DoCoMo is extending the service reach to Korea and Germany.
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