A leading Wall Street analyst firm says Verizon Wireless and Cingular Wireless lead the pack of wireless competitors ahead of a flagging Sprint Nextel in the second quarter of 2006.
Sprint Nextel introduced Sprint Advanced Wireless Solutions, a program designed to provide business customers with an all-inclusive mobility solution. Sprint intends to act as the single point of contact for its business customers, while handling contract negotiations, and solution configuration and integration for its customers.
Vodafone is selling its stake in Belgium mobile operator Proximus. The decision to relinquish its minority stake in Proximus is in line with Vodafone's overall goal of maximizing returns, according to Vodafone.
Nokia Siemens Networks is on pace to being operational in January, according to joint venture (JV) partners Nokia and Siemens. The companies are filling additional leadership roles to ensure the start-date target is met.
Sid and Marty Kroft's classic characters from "Sigmund and the Sea Monsters" and "Land of the Lost" are set to arrive on mobile phones via text messaging or online downloads.
Verizon Wireless, Samsung Telecommunications America, Alltel Wireless, Yamaha Corporation of America, Qualcomm, Mobile Satellite Ventures, Digicel Group, Superscape Group, Movistar and CTIA.
Sprint Nextel Corporation has successfully wiped out another pending lawsuit against the company by snatching up Gulf Coast Wireless. The company also is buying another affiliate, IWO Holdings.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) wants the FCC to better protect individuals' calling records. The group has submitted a petition for proposed rulemaking to enhance security and authentication standards for access to consumer proprietary network information (CPNI).
California-based fixed-wireless Internet provider NextWeb is strengthening its position in the pre-WiMAX broadband sector with the purchase of rival 1st Universe.
Verizon Wireless is expanding its product suite from LG Mobile Phones with the introduction of the VX5200, a handset that will talk back to its users.
On occasion, the right person is at the right place, equipped with the right tools to make a big difference. Serendipity is a wonderful and sometimes harrowing thing. One morning last November, Karen Wagner, wife of Hillsborough County, Fla., police sergeant Darryl Wagner, was one of those people. Karen Wagner, an ex-emergency service dispatcher turned private investigator, was driving a remote
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