Telecom New Zealand launched the Telecom Music Store, a mobile music store the operator is offering throughout the country. Groove Mobile's mobile technology is powering the new service.
Alaska Communications Systems Group, Applied Micro Circuits Corporation, Wi-Fi Alliance, Calypso Wireless, Sleipner S.A., Nortel, Yamaha, fSONA Systems and ARC Wireless Solutions.
As the pool of mobile devices in the corporate network grows, businesses are trying as never before to marshal their resources to protect them, say analysts. And network security providers are scrambling to differentiate their offerings, as awareness among IT managers picks up. "There has been a change in mentality," says Michael Voellinger, vice president of enterprise wireless solutions at Te
Given the choice, most people would probably use their cell phone in a hotel room rather than pick up the room's wallet-draining wired phone. There's no doubt about it – wired phones in hotel rooms are collecting dust. Of course, wired phones likely won't be ripped out any time soon. Too many guest services – such as room service, room-to-room calling and wake-up calls – are t
Even though broadband is available competitively in a variety of forms in suburban and urban areas, the same isn't necessarily true for many rural areas in the United States. Those areas, with vast spaces between subscribers or located in hard-to-reach topographies, can be quite expensive to serve with big wireline pipes.
Michael Serafini loves music, especially dance music – and more than most people. Online music sites call him "one of the unsung heroes" of Chicago's underground dance music scene, and his name shows up frequently as a DJ at several Chicago clubs. Serafini also is a manager and buyer for DJ-focused Gramaphone Records in Chicago, which has earned a faithful following since it was founded i
Nokia and Intel are joining forces in the name of WiMAX. The companies have agreed to work together to accelerate the development and deployment of the technology.
Solomon Trujillo has been tapped to take the reins from Ziggy Switkowski at Telstra Corporation. Trujillo will relocate to Australia to take up his new post on July 1.
Freescale Semiconductor unveiled its i.MX31 and i.MX31L multimedia processors that according to the company can provide wireless carriers with enhanced protection against malicious service attacks.
Wireless public safety solutions provider BIO-key International secured $4.5 million in a private placement. The company plans to use the funds to pursue growth opportunities.
Customization and personal style are paramount for two new 2G handsets Vodafone plans to introduce next month.
Fun Technologies, Qualcomm, Def Jam Enterprises, AG Interactive, Zi Corporation, Sony Ericsson, Lucent Technologies, Delta Telecom, Brightpoint, Skype Technologies, Wireless Services Corporation, USA Mobility, Advanced Metering Data Systems, Sensus Metering Systems and Semiconductor Industry Association.
Qualcomm is joining forces with China TechFaith Wireless Communications Technology Ltd. to fund a new mobile software company that will focus its energy, at least initially, on advancing 3G services.
Security technology company McAfee is teaming with SmartTrust to enable carriers to deliver an integrated mobile virus protection solution to their customers. The over-the-air (OTA) solution will deliver updates directly to mobile devices.