Research In Motion (RIM) is facing another patent battle. The latest: Predictive-text technology developer Eatoni Ergonomics is suing to stop RIM from manufacturing and selling its 7100 line of products.
Sprint Nextel is sticking with what it knows; the company has renewed its services contract with Syniverse Technology for an undisclosed amount of time.
T-Mobile International plans to work with Siemens Communications to upgrade its networks in Germany and Austria with high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA) capabilities.
The hacker who compromised the information on Paris Hilton's Sidekick II earlier this year plead guilty to hacking her cell phone account. The guilty party is a 17-year-old, whose name is being kept under wraps because of his age.
Wisair, provider of WiMedia Ultra Wideband (UWB) chipset solutions based on Certified Wireless USB, is taking the lead in the PULSERS Phase II Research Project. PULSERS Phase II is a consortium of 36 industrial and academic organizations, which was formed to research and promote short-range wireless systems based on UWB.
On one side, you have Aperto Networks, developer of WiMAX base stations and subscriber units, and on the other, you have EDX Wireless, a network design and optimization specialist. Together the two bring a certain soup-to-nuts solution for WiMAX providers.
At the annual meeting of the National Association of Broadcasters, ComVu, which specializes in personal mobile video broadcasting, demonstrated its live video broadcasting from a 3G camera phone direct to the DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting -- Handheld) network.
Brightstar Corporation, Cranite Systems, Redline Communications, CSR, Verizon Wireless, Nokia, Wireless Facilities, Endwave Corporation and YLE.
Verizon Wireless continues to push into the high-speed wireless space. In its latest move, the company has signed up Lucent Technologies to deliver 1X EV-DO Revision A technology.
WASHINGTON--FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein rattled off a number of efforts his agency has championed in the name of more flexible spectrum, but he is still lamenting the handling of the terms for the upcoming Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) auction.
BellSouth is teaming with Alcatel to test Alcatel's WiMAX technology in the lab. The trial will kick off next quarter using the 2.3 GHz WCS spectrum to conduct the tests.
Shares in Research In Motion (RIM) bounced back today after a judge yesterday ruled its planned $450 million settlement with NTP was invalid.
Nokia now expects mobile device industry volumes in 2006 to grow more than 10 percent, from the 780 million units it estimates for 2005, the company said at its annual Capital Market Days in New York.
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Virgin Mobile is launching a community where its gamers can gather, post their scores, recommend games and challenge other players. Using Motricity, Virgin's Players Club will let Virgin gamers chat with others, challenge and recommend games, post scores or even take on gamers from other U.S. operator networks. Thi