You're waiting at the bus stop, and you've got a few minutes to kill. So you key in a speed dial on your mobile phone. Within seconds, you're watching a trailer for a movie you might want to see
What's all the fuss about the nation's biggest carriers coming out with all-you-can-eat price plans?
Accolades for one-upmanship at the MWC goes to Softbank's CEO Masayoshi Son, aplomb with success in driving adoption and usage of mobile broadband and Internet in Japan.
Like the old saying goes: "We've said it before, but now we really mean it." Yes, convergence is finally a reality, and it has turned the industry topsy-turvy.
The weekend of June 29 last year was one of little sleep for the folks stationed at Synchronoss Technologies’ operations center in Bethlehem, Penn.
Microsoft tossed a financial and political grenade into the Yahoo! camp with its unsolicited $44.6 billion cash and stock offer to buy the Y! company.
Japan’s innovative wireless carrier, NTT DoCoMo, historically has recorded a high number of subscribers accessing its data services. Even though about half of its 40 million subscribers were using data, though, the carrier wanted more.
The past year has been nothing short of spectacular for some companies in the mobile banking space. Firethorn Holdings sealed deals to provide its mobile banking solution to AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless, the two biggest U.S. carriers.
Although there definitely is a trend toward more functionality on a single-chip platform, there are other factors that will keep multichip solutions alive and well. It remains to be seen just how much market penetration there will be
If you think of mobile advertising as being in its teen-age years, then you probably expect it to feel a lot of growing pains, in addition to the euphoria that comes at that time of life. Maybe there are growth spurts, mixed with bouts of anxiety.
Over-the-air techniques are being used more frequently. However, there’s a disconnect between the industry and users regarding actual performance.
One of the key goals for Nokia’s developer program in 2008 is going to be reaching out to the traditional Web development community, as well as trying to enlarge its base among the Linux community, according to the new head of Forum Nokia.
The FCC auction of 62 MHz of spectrum in the 700 MHz band is still going hot and heavy as this issue goes to press. Although anything can happen, we can draw some conclusions from the 26 rounds of bidding
If the first few weeks of the new year are any indication, 2008 promises to be a tumultuous financial period for wireless telecom stocks. With the notable exception of Sprint Nextel
Besides their Third World status, they all have something else in common. They’re getting telecommunication through wireless networks, some of them powered by the sun or even bicycles.