Visto Corporation, provider of remote e-mail and data access services, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit in a Texas federal court against Good Technology.
Japan's NTT DoCoMo's net income was down 31.7 percent for the nine months ended Dec. 31 compared to the same period a year ago. Operating income was down 7.7 percent for the period.
MSpot's mSpot Sports, an all-sports mobile radio news service, is attracting more content providers. The latest: CBS Corporation has signed on to make content from three of CBS Radio's sports radio stations available via the service.
Third Screen Media is launching another in its series of MADX products, this time specifically targeting advertising agencies.
AirMagnet, Verizon Wireless, Sierra Wireless, Meru Networks, Andrew Corporation, United Mobile, Primex Wireless, Logia, Colombia Movil, Jacada and Symbol Technologies.
Sprint Nextel unveiled a plate of new wireless voice pricing plans for businesses.
T-Mobile USA agreed to pay a $135,000 fine to settle a lawsuit filed by the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) claiming the carrier misled consumers via deceptive advertising.
GTC Telecom is making its transition to GTC Wireless, rolling out a wireless phone service plan for under $10 per month.
Multi-gigabit wireless solutions provider BridgeWave Communications closed $7.5 million in Series 2 funding. The company intends to use the funds to ramp up manufacturing of its products.
Zingy is moving forward with its plans to deliver made-for-mobile videos and its turning to Bernie Mac to make it happen. The company forged an exclusive deal with the comic actor that will mark Zingy's debut in the original video content space.
With TiVo's former president at the helm and backing from Qualcomm and Redpoint Ventures, AirPlay Network believes it is ready to exit stealth mode and gear up for the launch of its new real-time interactive service that melds wireless and television.
Summus hopes a name change and a new focus on content management can help capture the youth market.
Shares of Intrado jumped up a few dollars on yesterday's news of its sale to West Corp., whose share values remained constant.
News flash—a higher proportion of young adults and males are viewing mobile TV services than other demographic groups. That's the findings of the latest research from Telephia (see the chart above) but it came as no surprise to me.
Mesh networking company Strix Systems is celebrating record growth. The company just made its Outdoor Wireless Systems (OWS) generally available less than 13 months ago, and already customers are snapping it up.