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Several industry heavyweights were charged with tackling the open mobile ecosystem in a Mobile World Congress (MWC) keynote Tuesday.
HTC has built Vodafone’s first Android-powered smartphone.
In its first big re-haul in two years, MySpace this week is launching a new version of its mobile Web site.
Telecom-related programs will get $7.2 billion under the economic stimulus bill set for President Barack Obama’s signature today.
The GSMA expects to commercially launch an audited mobile measurement service in the United Kingdom the second half of this year.
Now it looks like Certicom will go to Research In Motion (RIM) after all. VeriSign did not exercise its right to match an offer by RIM
President Barack Obama lobbied the head of Intel to talk up the more than $800 billion economic recovery package moving through Congress.
The Samsung Memoir 8-megapixel cameraphone was designed to look and feel like a customer’s point-and-shoot digital camera.
There’s big buzz surrounding the expected unveiling of a Toshiba smartphone at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
The acting chairman of the FCC welcomed yesterday’s news that the U.S. House of Representatives voted to postpone the shutdown of analog TV signals to June 12.
An Illinois judge has given Sprint Nextel Corp. until January to cease operating part of its Nextel phone network across a swath of the Midwest.
Cisco Systems said that incoming orders declined dramatically in January, indicating that the shrinking economy has more pain in store for the industry.
Explay announced that it will unveil the Colibri mobile-projection module with SPEckle-free LCoS laser technology