Boingo Wireless continues to expand its reach in Europe. The latest: The company inked a roaming agreement with WiSIDE Telecom to give its customers access to hot spots in northern Spain.
Groove Mobile, Cingular Wireless, Interlink Global Corporation, World Wireless Telecom, Qpass, Bezeq, Alvarion, Palm, L-3 Communications, Midwest Wireless and Whale Communications.
CTIA named SunCom Wireless Holdings CEO Michael Kalogris as the trade group's chairman. Kalogris, will step into his new post immediately, replacing outgoing chairman Len Lauer, former COO of Sprint Nextel.
LOS ANGELES - Brands want to exploit the mobile channel for advertising opportunities and now there are several platforms available to make it technically feasible. Enpocket is launching its Enpocket Marketing Engine 6.0 that will allow publishers and mobile operators to add banner advertisements to mobile browsing services.
LOS ANGELES - Wireless gaming companies can benefit from associating themselves with carriers, says Mitch Lasky, senior vice president at EA Mobile, but they should have a multipronged strategy to get their content out there.
LOS ANGELES - Merchandizing and retailing are becoming integral parts of the mobile content ecosystem. As part of that growing trend, Amdoc's digital commerce division Qpass is launching version 6.0 of its commerce platform that incorporates these elements.
2ergo, Proteus, Oasys Mobile, GigaBeam Corporation and Tropos Networks, Google, SyncVoice Communications, Contec Innovations, King CenturyTone Technology Co., Virgin Mobile USA, Lantronix, Air Commercial Real Estate Association, Cellit and New Edge Networks.
Sports fan MVNO Mobile ESPN is expanding its retail distribution through a deal with Sprint Nextel that will enable its handsets and service plans to be sold at Sprint retail outlets.
Air2Web, Cingular Wireless, Adobe Systems, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile Slovakia, Cisco Systems, Tellabs, Bluefire Security Technologies, Palm, Spirent Communications, Unity Wireless Corporation, Commerciant, EZCheck Check Services, Catch Curve, Esker and Centurion Wireless Technologies.
On the heels of a successful battle with Research In Motion, NTP is taking on another industry heavyweight. The company has filed a patent infringement suit against Palm. Palm says the lawsuit is "unwarranted."
Internet rivals Yahoo! and Google continue to further entrench themselves in the wireless space. The latest: Yahoo! is ready to try out its graphical advertising platform for its Mobile Web service, while Google has forged a wireless agreement with Leap Wireless International.
Verizon Wireless can keep interested subscribers informed of Election Day happenings with its AP Mobile Elections. Customers with Mobile Web 2.0-capable phones will be privy to the latest election race information.
InPhonic shares surged more than 20 percent at one point following news that the company settled an outstanding consumer protection lawsuit. The company also announced that it expects fourth-quarter earnings to surpass analyst forecasts.
The earnings parade marches on, with companies across the wireless spectrum reporting, including Nortel, SBA Communications, U.S. Cellular, RealNetworks, Glenayre Technologies and Intermap Technologies.
Broadcom has introduced a new Wi-Fi router single-chip solution that combines its 54g wireless LAN (WLAN) baseband and MAC with an IEEE 802.11g radio, fast Ethernet switch and a MIPS processor. The company believes the introduction will enable wireless router developers to keep costs down while gaining access to high levels of functionality.