Explay announced that it will unveil the Colibri mobile-projection module with SPEckle-free LCoS laser technology
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) announced the launch of the Flexi Multiradio Base Station, which covers GSM/EDGE, W-CDMA/HSPA and LTE.
iPhone users are more than twice as likely as non-iPhone users to browse the mobile Web
Companies in the news: Handmark, FreeRange Communications, Cincinnati Bell, TracFone Wireless, Syniverse Techologies, RF Micro Devices, Mojiva, Motorola, WiMAX Forum, TeleCommunication Systems, Bluegrass Cellular, Flat Wireless, NTCH-Cleartalk-Colorado, Cricket Communications.
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Alcatel-Lucent posted its eighth-straight quarterly loss after its earnings were wiped out by a $5.03 billion write-down of its assets.
MetroPCS announced that its flat-rate unlimited wireless services, with no signed contract
Nothing ever stands still if you are a wireless operator. New technologies are always around the corner that demand attention, even ones that haven’t been fully defined. No one has yet officially defined what a fourth generation wireless network will be
OK, so it’s grim out there. We’ve got job cuts up the wazoo in what is for most of us the worst economic downturn in our working lives.
Six years after many developed countries began their commercial use of 3G networks, the three newly licensed Chinese telecoms will invest about $41 billion in building their 3G infrastructures, with billions of additional investment dollars expected to flow into applications and terminals/handsets.
Easy-to-use smartphone interfaces, like BlackBerry and iPhone, have given mobile social networking a big boost. A recent Nielsen survey showed social networking was the fastest growing sector of mobile Internet use from November 2007 to November 2008.
For years, GPS has played a role in helping solve one of the industry’s stickiest problems: fixing the location of phones for E911. But as location-based services (LBS) increasingly go commercial, engineers are looking for ways to improve the performance of GPS indoors.
Wireless observers and experts - from CEOs to analysts - are busy formulating their impressions of just how the new Obama administration is likely to treat the wireless industry. The initial reaction has been relatively positive, based on early indications
While the wireless industry is not immune to the troubles of the ailing economy, its future is not as bleak as, say, the auto manufacturing sector. Still, news at the start of year shows everyone from the top down is looking for ways to not only survive, but thrive.
Few people outside of the cellular industry are familiar with the three-letter acronym M2M as shorthand for machine-to-machine communications. But those in the know, when asked to characterize the focus of M2M applications, usually respond with just one word: industrial.