Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has the potential to streamline and improve airline baggage handling, according to a new study from ABI Research. The research predicts that overall systems revenue for RFID airline baggage handling will ring in at $11.8 million this year – and will grow to almost $27.
Visto Corporation has no intention of letting rival Research In Motion (RIM) have all the fun in China. The company announced a partnership with Lenovo to launch an enterprise-grade mobile push e-mail solution in China.
Motorola adds to its WiMAX product portfolio and pushes the idea of personal broadband everywhere.
Motricity secured $40 million in funding, bringing its total funds raised to date to more than $120 million. The mobile marketplace management company plans to leverage the funds to help fuel its expansion efforts in the mobile content sector.
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As promised, Dwango Wireless is continuing to boost its independence from Dwango Co. The latest: The mobile media company has changed its name to Dijji Corporation.
While there is debate among analysts whether full-length movies could be a hit on wireless phones, Sprint Nextel is willing to take its chances and be the first out of the gate. The carrier, along with partner MSpot, debuted a service that streams full movies to handsets.
If you're going to sell to small and medium businesses, it helps to work with someone who already knows them. That's what carriers are doing through value-added distributor (VAD) programs. The VADs recruit, train, support and provide products and services from various vendors to their resellers or solution providers.
Protecting privacy has always been a sticking point when deploying location-based services (LBS), sometimes pinpointed as one of the main reasons it has taken so long for LBS to reach the consumer market in any significant way. But these days, some enterprise users are discovering that when the technology works on their behalf, it's not so bad having Big Brother along for the ride.
Switches, base stations and other network hardware may be the big-ticket items that make up the bulk of wireless equipment vendors' revenues. But today's equipment makers must be able to do much more than just help carriers build an efficient and reliable network. In fact, over the past year most infrastructure vendors have steadfastly morphed into full-service shops that not only help their cu
Some providers of wireless services and phones are saying they're extremely personal. It's not a secret that as it becomes increasingly expensive to get new customers, wireless carriers and phone sellers are pushing ever-more-personalized capabilities at their customers in hopes of binding those customers closer to them.
In the early days of mobile entertainment, aggregators played a critical role in the wireless content ecosystem. Aggregators worked with record labels, movie studios, game developers and other content shops to build a vast portfolio of mobile content. These middlemen then sold that content through the wireless carrier's deck to consumers and were reimbursed for their efforts through a revenue-
Now that News Corp. has committed $188 million for a controlling interest in Verisign's Jamba subsidiary, it wants to see other entertainment firms follow suit. While that commitment doesn't necessarily need to come in the form of a pricey joint venture, News Corp. does believe that without more investment from entertainment firms, mobile content will not meet its potential.
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