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
Like elephants, large corporate telecommunications customers may be a little less sensitive to small irritants, but they have very long memories. That's according to a recent study showing that wireless carriers have garnered a lot of satisfaction among the enterprise group. The group, however, says if carriers price the services too high, they will walk, according to the Walker Loyalty Report
Despite mobile messaging regulations and a swarm of new firewall and filtering products, many businesses are finding themselves in a spam jam. A particular blight in SMS messaging, enterprise spam is growing from a nuisance into a downright security threat, with the rise of multimedia messaging and its ability to potentially carry damaging worms and viruses into corporate computer systems.
In the accelerating world of mobile video content, Qualcomm's MediaFLO is moving forward with equal parts promise and peril. Banking on the momentum in mobile video, the $800 million endeavor has so far gained positive marks from industry watchers and potential content partners. But while Qualcomm is assembling a strong case for the fledgling mobile TV content and delivery service, its ultimate
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld lamented in a speech recently that one of the military's biggest challenges is dealing with the spread of information around the world. He was talking about the traditional media, but the world of instant reporting of information is getting a big boost from ordinary people with mobile phones.
Verizon Wireless, Alltel, UTStarcom Personal Communications, Motorola, Skype, PCTEL, Weathernews, 4Info, NTT DoCoMo, StarHub, Mobitex Technology, Interexport Telecommunications, Jamdat Mobile, Activision, Telefonica Moviles Espana and Acme Packet.
WASHINGTON--As the sixth round of bidding got under way here in the FCC's auction of broadband PCS spectrum, gross revenue aimed at winning the licenses topped a billion dollars among a variety of carriers.
Shares in Sierra Wireless were down more than 35 percent this morning as investors reacted to the company's first-quarter guidance.
The earnings parade has kicked into high gear, offering investors a mixed bag. Siemens posted mixed results, while Andrew announced a positive quarter and Cypress Semiconductor said its revenue dipped and outlined plans to restructure.
Sprint has inked a 2-year agreement to enable the delivery of Tiger Woods-themed mobile content to its Sprint PCS Vision customers.
PalmOne launched a free online training site designed to offer basic handheld usage training to administrators, teachers and students.