Research and Markets, Lucent Technologies, New World Telecommunications, NTT DoCoMo and Aquafairy Company, mobilkom austria, TriQuint Semiconductor, Intel, NeoMedia Technologies, Nokia, Symbian, WiderThan Company and Verizon Wireless.
New research from Telephia indicates that 53 percent of games played on mobile phones are downloaded by the subscriber. Of those, 71 percent are downloaded on-portal and 29 percent are from off portal downloads.
U.K.-based IMS Research predicts that mobile phones with MP3 capability will likely steal a significant proportion of the MP3 player market.
The tried-and-true mobile games Bejeweled and Tetris continue to dominate when it comes to popularity with consumers.In M:Metrics top 10 rankings for May, EA Mobile’s Tetris tops the chart with 7.9 percent share, followed by EA’s Bejeweled with 5.9 percent share.
MobileSphere unveiled CellularLD, a long-distance calling service offering wireless customers international calling rates as low as 5 cents per minute.
Wisair is stepping up its expertise in the ultrawideband (UWB) space with the release of its Wireless Universal Serial Bus (WUSB) reference design. The Israeli-based company says the WUSB Hub seamlessly replaces a wireline USB connection.
FCC, Cingular Wireless, Verizon Communications, Nortel, Freestyle Interactive, m-Qube, Bitstream, Glu Mobile, Solectron Corporation, IPWireless, T-Mobile (UK) Limited, Teleglobe International Holdings, NetMotion Wireless, StarHub, Comverse and NexTone Communications.
Will Rene Obermann, former CEO of T-Mobile International, keep a place in his heart for you-know-who now that he’s CEO of Deutsche Telekom (DT)? T-Mobile USA is the largest contributor to T-Mobile International’s bottom line, and Obermann in the past has been a big supporter of the U.S. contingent.
Cincinnati Bell, Digicel, FunMail, Zapptrio, Cingular Wireless, McAfee, Bluesocket, Airgo Networks, Actix, D-Link and AdventNet.
It's a question often asked: Will WiMAX replace 3G and fixed broadband? Research & Markets delved into this question with a recent report, appropriately titled "Will WiMAX Replace 3G and Fixed Broadband?," noting that wireless broadband technologies will make a dramatic comeback compared with their unsuccessful attempts in 1999 and 2000.
Digital Tech Consulting (DTC) is estimating more than 300 million mobile devices that can process protected content will be shipped by 2009, and more than $500 million in annual content protection revenue will be generated by 2009. The race will be won within the next three years, with front-runners grabbing an "insurmountable" lead, says DTC President Myra Moore.
Dublin, Ireland–While a slew of mobile TV trials and commercial services have been launched in Europe, some serious questions around the business model plague the emerging service. Two types of technology platforms are being considered. The first, which can be commercially launched now, involves streaming TV content over the mobile network.
In an effort to get to that often under-served market of girls, Smartphones Technologies is teaming with G Studios to license Earth 2 Jane and Chosen Girls for mobile phone content. Under the partnership, Smartphones will create the Earth 2 Jane and Chosen Girls mobile content and distribute it to wireless carriers and content providers worldwide.
Peter Adderton had a helicopter standing by in San Diego in early June, when he was scheduled to speak at the 2005 BREW conference. As founder of several youth-oriented businesses, including the new MVNO Amp'd Mobile, Adderton is about as close as you can get to being a rock star in the wireless carrier business, so the helicopter fit the image.
Virtual private network (VPN) technology has been used at least as long as the Internet, which made it possible to create a global network but also opened up those networks to intruders. VPNs were created to make those global connections secure, initially with a landline connection but increasingly using wireless telecommunications.