Newbury Networks introduced a new edition of its WiFi Watchdog wireless security solution: WiFi Watchdog/EWS, and on top of that, the integration of API level integration with Cisco Aironet Access Points.
Verizon Wireless, Motorola, Weathernews, Sprint Nextel, Venturi Wireless, MobileAccess Networks, SRI International, Voltage Security, CipherTrust, Research In Motion, Airpath Wireless and Tatara Systems.
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Blue Frog Mobile unveiled a new mobile storefront designed specifically with Christian consumers in mind.
Many game developers have been critical of wireless operators for what they consider to be a lack of marketing support for their games. Abandon Mobile has a different approach. The company is using its licensing relationship with NBC Sports to promote its games via television.
Another interesting twist to mobile marketing comes in the form of in-game advertising tie-ins. In the console game world, in-game marketing and advertising has become a very hot area and now savvy marketers are looking for ways to tie these in-game advertisements to mobile devices.
There was a time when the only discussion surrounding mobile phones and product placement was when mobile phone manufacturers worked with Hollywood studios to get their latest handsets prominently placed in the latest action movie. But today there's a whole new meaning to product placement.
Wireless operators seem to know a lot about their customers but LogicaCMG CEO Chris McDermott says that his company has recently conducted some interesting end-user surveys to figure out what consumers want from their mobile phones.
Napster, the 1-time ruler of peer-to-peer online music file swapping, is making good on a promise made last December to make a commitment to wireless. The company has teamed with Dwango Wireless to bring the Napstertones mobile phone service to the U.S. market.
In the name of advanced mobile communication technologies advancement, Japan's NTT DoCoMo plans to open a California-based subsidiary. The venture capital firm will open for business on July 1.
It may not be the first MVNO to target the youth market, but Helio is offering a cadre of services to make it the most desirable MVNO for affluent 18- to 32-year-olds.
The consortium putting together a plan for a city-wide Wi-Fi network in Philadelphia has named three finalists in the race for the contract.
Digital Chocolate has caught the eye of six new investors and has rounded up $22.5 million in new funding. The mobile software publisher will use the funds to further its expansion efforts.
NetMotion Wireless, T-Mobile USA, Danger, Amp'd Mobile, Teradata, ClearMesh Networks, MobilePro, Cingular Wireless, Verizon Wireless, Brightstar Corporation, Symbol Technologies, Harvard Battery, Global Technology Systems, Sprint Nextel, iPCS, CalAmp Corporation and Andrew Corporation.