Before exiting on their holiday break, the Senate pushed through legislation that would make pretexting a federal crime.
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Qualcomm gave the Street something to smile about after reporting a 40 percent jump in revenue and a near 40 percent gain in profit. The company attributed the fourth-quarter growth to strong demand for advanced 3G handsets, which sent its shares up 8 percent at one point.
Boost Mobile was looking for a way to help its customers feel comfortable using IM on their cell phones and turned to OZ Communications to help make that wish a reality.
American Tower revealed its first quarterly results as a combined entity with SpectraSite. The tower operator managed to increase its revenue and narrow its loss during the third quarter.
T-Mobile USA has decided to re-up its contract with Syniverse Technologies for clearing and settlement services. Terms of the multi-year contract were kept under wraps.
Handango is extending the reach of its InHand product line by adding support for Series 60 handsets. The company worked with Nokia to develop this latest version of InHand.
PDA shipments are headed for a record-setting year, according to the latest forecast coming out of Gartner, which predicts 15 million units will be shipped this year.
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Texas Instruments' OMAP-DM multimedia processor technology is powering Samsung's launch of mobile digital television in South Korea.
Sybase has completed its previously announced deal to acquire Mobile 365. The company views the all-cash $417 million deal as a strategic move.
WASHINGTON--Another activist group representing families is pressing CTIA and the FCC for more control over emerging wireless services.
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.
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.