In the name of convergence, Nokia is collaborating with Kineto Wireless on unlicensed mobile access (UMA). Specifically, Nokia plans to incorporate Kineto's UMA Network Controller into its network convergence solutions.
Movida Communications is teaming with Hispanic-owned Brightstar Corporation to extend the MVNO's reach deeper into the Hispanic market.
Adobe Systems and Macromedia are one step closer to become one company. The latest: The companies' stockholders voted to approve the proposed merger.
Global Signal and USA Mobility have completed contract negotiations, which will renew USA Mobility's ability to lease space on Global Signal towers through 2008.
Another company is looking to cut the iPod cord, with the unveiling of new software that enables mobile handsets to grab podcasts, or downloadable recorded audio files.
Electronics Arts (EA) inked separate deals with Verizon Wireless and Sprint to beef up its presence in the world of wireless. Terms of the agreements were not disclosed.
Virgin Mobile USA is hoping to increase its ability to offer special promotions, bill for new services such as mobile games and offer even more compelling prepaid services to its subscribers. The company hopes to achieve that flexibility through its deployment of the advanced rater functionality of Telcordia's ISCP System.
Handango is now offering a go-to-market Symbian Signed Certification program to mobile applications developers. Testing runs $200 for Handango Software Partner Program members.
NextWeb is finding its voice, in more ways than one. As it prepares to add voice services to its fixed wireless broadband data offering, the pre-WiMAX service company is trying to pump up the volume on its own brand as well.
It’s entirely possible to have 1 trillion images over 1 billion cameraphone devices by 2008, according to Mark Cook, manager of Worldwide System Marketing for Eastman Kodak Company.
Sprint Nextel issued another press release this week discussing its continued commitment to investing in the iDEN network. The company has invested nearly $162 million in New York state so far this year on both the iDEN and CDMA sides.
Fixed wireless service provider Airband Communications extended its reach in Texas with a service rollout in San Antonio. The company now offers broadband in the state's four largest metropolitan markets.
Verizon Wireless is taking the wraps off its new V CAST Performances service, which will give V CAST subscribers access to broadband-quality video clips from more than 50 live music performances.
Online, phone, and mobile movie ticketing service Fandango named Chuck Davis as its new CEO. Davis has served as the company's chairman since January.
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