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Samsung Taps TI for Mobile TV

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Texas Instruments' OMAP-DM multimedia processor technology is powering Samsung's launch of mobile digital television in South Korea.

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February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by ds | News | Comments

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Sybase Finalizes Mobile 365 Buy

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Sybase has completed its previously announced deal to acquire Mobile 365. The company views the all-cash $417 million deal as a strategic move.

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Family Group Presses Wireless Content Issues

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Mark Rockwell | News | Comments

WASHINGTON--Another activist group representing families is pressing CTIA and the FCC for more control over emerging wireless services.

Toshiba Unveils Pay-for-Use Mobile Internet Service

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Toshiba's Digital Products Division is offering its MyConnect mobile Internet access customers the ability to pay by the hour, instead of having to pay a flat monthly fee.

Study Dismisses Link Between Cell Phones and Cancer

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

The Institute of Cancer Research in London debunks claims that cell phone use can cause brain tumors. Results of a new study coming out of the institute found no substantial risk of acoustic neuroma in the first 10 years after starting mobile phone use.

Carriers Contend with Katrina

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Hurricane Katrina may now just be Tropical Storm Katrina, but the storm packed enough punch to keep wireless carriers on their toes. Despite the devastation the hurricane inflicted, however, carriers say they are working to restore service in areas affected by the storm.

Nortel Says Aloha to Hawaii

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Coral Wireless plans to unveil its wireless and data network in Hawaii early next year, and it is turning to Nortel to make it happen. Terms of the equipment deal were not disclosed.

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Boingo Wireless Expands Wi-Fi Reach

February 27, 2007 6:39 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Boingo Wireless forged a deal with Opti-Fi Networks to enable its customers to roam at 30 North American airports currently served by Opti-Fi.

AirBand Appoints CEO

February 27, 2007 6:38 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Fixed wireless company airBand Communications named Mark Spagnolo as its new president and CEO. Spagnolo will spearhead the company's growth initiative.

News Briefs for August 31, 2005

February 27, 2007 6:38 pm | by Wireless Week Staff | News | Comments

Smartphone Technologies, Wireless Xcessories Group, InPhonic, Wavelink Corporation, Jamdat Mobile, Research & Markets, Itronix Corporation, Hand Held Products and Microtune.

U.S. Cellular Posts 4Q 2005 Results

February 27, 2007 6:38 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Better late than never, U.S. Cellular has filed its fourth quarter and full-year 2005 financial results with the SEC.

T-Mobile USA Touts HotSpot Growth

February 27, 2007 6:37 pm | by Sue Marek | News | Comments

T-Mobile USA announced today that its HotSpot business has experienced dramatic growth in Wi-Fi usage and adoption during the past six months. The company, which has been offering Wi-Fi service at a variety of locations since 2002, says more than 450,000 unique customers paid for T-Mobile HotSpot service in the past 90 days.

Proxim Goes Chapter 11, Sells Assets

February 27, 2007 6:37 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Along with filing for bankruptcy protection from its creditors, Wi-Fi equipment provider Proxim announced it is selling virtually all its assets to Moseley Associates for $21 million.

Sony Ericsson, Nokia Unveil New Handsets

February 27, 2007 6:37 pm | by Susan Rush | News | Comments

Handset manufacturers Nokia and Sony Ericsson unveiled several new handset models in an effort to grow their market segments. Nokia announced seven new models, while Sony Ericsson unveiled five, including a new Walkman phone.

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