Last week, Tzero Technologies garnered headlines when it announced it would deliver on the promise of a wire-free home with its ultrawideband (UWB) chipset. The chipset for OEMs starts shipping in July.
There are various kinds of security measures being adopted in the mobile world, but a California company has added a new wrinkle.
At least one analyst firm believes the Democratic turn in Congress could bring more scrutiny to telecommunications issues, particularly merger activity and possibly spectrum, but it won't bring a major shift in telecommunications policy in general.
American Tower Corporation posted a 26-percent jump in quarterly revenue. Currently in the midst of a stock option grant practices review, the company only reported select results for the third quarter. Restated results for some prior quarters are forthcoming.
KPN Mobile is calling on Amdocs to make its OSS system more efficient by enabling KPN to model and synchronize data across its entire mobile network. Terms of the newly signed contract were not disclosed.
Verizon Wireless, along with Alhambra-Granfork Cellular Telephone Company, snapped up limited partner interests in the Illinois RSA 6 & 7 Partnership from First Cellular of Southern Illinois.
LGC Wireless says it has a new solution for all those subscribers making cell phone calls inside of buildings. The in-building solutions provider announced Fusion SingleStar.
Sprint Nextel, CSI Wireless, Telular, Virgin Mobile USA, airBand Communications, WindChannel Communications, Motorola, Cingular Wireless, Handango, GN, TeleCommunication Systems, Research In Motion, SmartVideo Technologies, Zhone Technologies, SercoNet, Spirit DSP and Research and Markets.
Danger is upping the ante, updating software for all T-Mobile Sidekick II users in the United States and Germany.
ABI Research Pinpoints Niche Markets Ripe for a New Breed of MVNO Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) are becoming common alternatives to facilities-based wireless network service providers. Yet MVNOs were until recently thought of in the United States as service options of last resort for people with bad credi
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has overcome one hurdle in the spy scandal surrounding the company by agreeing to pay $14.5 million to settle civil charges filed in California by the state's attorney general.
Alltel Wireless wants to make sure its customers are always pointing in the right direction. With this hope in mind, the carrier is launching the TeleNav GPS Navigator service on select devices.
Looking to introduce its m-Publishing platform to a wider base of mobiles, Mobifusion is making the platform available across multiple platforms. The company also plans to add video and animation capabilities in 2007.
NTT DoCoMo announced it lost 17,500 subscribers during the month of November, in large part to the beginning of local number portability in Japan. The Japanese operator still managed to attract more 3G subscribers during the month, however.