Smartphone Technologies, Wireless Xcessories Group, InPhonic, Wavelink Corporation, Jamdat Mobile, Research & Markets, Itronix Corporation, Hand Held Products and Microtune.
Better late than never, U.S. Cellular has filed its fourth quarter and full-year 2005 financial results with the SEC.
T-Mobile USA announced today that its HotSpot business has experienced dramatic growth in Wi-Fi usage and adoption during the past six months. The company, which has been offering Wi-Fi service at a variety of locations since 2002, says more than 450,000 unique customers paid for T-Mobile HotSpot service in the past 90 days.
Along with filing for bankruptcy protection from its creditors, Wi-Fi equipment provider Proxim announced it is selling virtually all its assets to Moseley Associates for $21 million.
Handset manufacturers Nokia and Sony Ericsson unveiled several new handset models in an effort to grow their market segments. Nokia announced seven new models, while Sony Ericsson unveiled five, including a new Walkman phone.
Motorola is investigating an incident involving a V300 handset that overheated earlier this week in Utah. No injuries were reported.
Lucent Technologies is teaming with eAccess to launch a wideband-CDMA network trial in Japan, which will initially test peak data speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps.
It seems MCI will end up married to another telecom operator, but the question remains, who? Verizon Communications reportedly is stepping up its efforts to snap up MCI, according to "The Wall Street Journal," which cites people familiar with the matter.
Vyyo, Vodafone Group, T-Mobile International, e-SIM, nCore, Blue Wireless & Data, Speed Of Light Broadband, Qpass, ucp morgen, Cellport Systems and Cingular Wireless.
RealNetworks expanded its licensing deal with the world's largest handset manufacturer today and also created a new licensing structure for handset manufacturers for its multimedia players.
In an effort to help Cingular Wireless achieve operational efficiencies and lower operating expenses on its 3G UMTS network in the United States, Siemens has turned to Spatial Wireless. In short, Siemens plans to deploy Spatial Atrium.
WASHINGTON--As it will soon be illegal to send unwanted messages to wireless devices, the FCC on its Website yesterday gave marketers the capability to identify domain names for wireless devices.
CDMA pioneer Qualcomm has signed two licensing agreements for its technology, including one with BenQ and one with Axesstel. Both deals represent an expansion of existing agreements with Qualcomm.
Nextel Communications and Sprint are moving full speed ahead with their planned "merger of equals." The latest: The companies filed their joint "Application for Transfer of Control" with the FCC.
The quarterly earnings parade once again has kicked into high gear with several companies posting results, including AirGate PCS, InPhonic, U.S. Cellular and Cisco Systems.