Southern LINC has changed its name to SouthernLINC Wireless to better reflect the company's product offerings.
Blue Wireless & Data is continuing its buying spree with the purchase of Light Speed Wireless. The buy will expand Blue Wireless' business.
Qwest Communications International reportedly is in talks to snap up MCI, according to circulating media reports. The spike in chatter comes on the heels of SBC Communications' planned acquisition of AT&T.
Verizon Wireless, Sesame Workshop, Nortel Networks, Horizon PCS, iPCS, ICOA, Panera Bread, Linksys, Dust Networks and SureWest Communications.
Hoping to turn up the heat on the competitive smartphone OS market, Symbian has upgraded its operating system with the launch of Symbian OS version 9 (v9). Devices sporting the updated OS will hit the market in the second half of this year.
palmOne has unveiled the Treo 650, an EDGE-enabled device featuring a digital camera, PDA functionality and a mobile phone. Cingular Wireless will begin selling the smartphone later this week.
Cincinnati Bell said it needs a little more time to file its fourth-quarter results as it works through its refinancing plan. The company also reiterated its full-year 2004 guidance.
On the heels of its acquisition of YYireless1.Net, U.S. Wireless Online has secured $3 million in institutional funding, with $1.5 million of the commitment already distributed.
Six months after acquiring European game publisher Macrospace, Sorrent is relaunching the combined brands as Glu Mobile. The goal, according to the renamed company, is to create a single global identity.
SAN DIEGO--Any doubts about what Qualcomm sees as the flashiest use of its BREW platform were allayed today at the start of the BREW 2005 Conference when a 3D game was recreated on stage. Even Paul Jacobs, CEO-elect, got into the act when he descended from the ceiling wearing a Ninja outfit.
Qualcomm's BREW Developers Conference is in full swing today in San Diego. Here's a glimpse at what's making news at the show, including new product unveilings.
Sprint Nextel continues to push the mobile video envelope. The latest: the carrier has taken the wraps off of a new mobile sports and entertainment network. Sprint Power View will feature made-for-mobile video programming that will be centered on sports and entertainment content.
Lucent Technologies may be in the midst of an international tie-up with Alcatel, but that isn't stopping the company from making plays designed to strengthen its position in the mobile space. To that end, Lucent revealed a deal to acquire Mobilitec for an undisclosed sum.
Nokia is rolling out the Nokia E62 wireless e-mail device in an effort to make wireless e-mail more of a mass market application. The device will be available exclusively in the U.S. from Cingular Wireless.
I was in Denver last week when a gunman walked into a classroom and opened fire, forcing the mass evacuation at a school complex in Bailey, Colo. Although the Columbine massacre was nearly seven years ago, the fragile sense of safety in schools was once again rocked to the core. In this recent tragedy, the gunman took six hostages, but released four of them during the 4-hour siege.