T-Mobile International is opening up the World Wide Web to its customers in Germany and Austria, thanks to new partnership forged with Google and a newly launched web'n'walk service.
Virgin Mobile USA introduced a new Kyocera Wireless handset designed to keep text-happy teens satisfied. The Switch_Back handset comes preloaded with AOL Instant Messenger (AIM).
PCIA is coming out in support of Sprint Telephony, PCS in its legal battle with San Diego County. The association, along with T-Mobile USA, filed a brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals to uphold a lower court's decision in favor of Sprint.
iPass forged a deal with European wireless network operator The Cloud to integrate its 6,000 Wi-Fi hotspots and hotzones into iPass global broadband roaming network. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
InfoSpace, NEC Engineering, Freescale Semiconductor, Wherify Wireless, Siemens, Rogers Wireless, AskMeNow, Vodafone, BITE Group, Nortel, Moteiv Corporation and Bandwave Technology.
SMC Networks, Skype, FON, Bea Systems, Huawei Technologies, Cascada Mobile, Oasys Mobile, Synchronica, Tropos Networks, Sybase, ArrowSpan, Nomadix, Aperto Networks, Veraz Networks, Mitel and ScanSource.
Leap Wireless International has completed a deal to purchase 13 spectrum licenses that will enable the operator to extend the reach of its wireless service brands in both North and South Carolina. The spectrum buy came with a price tag of $31.8 million.
Alltel Wireless continues to work to stay in compliance with requirements set forth by regulators to enable its merger with Western Wireless. To that end, the carrier has inked a deal to sell four rural southern Minnesota markets to Rural Cellular.
RadioShack has signed a deal that will bring Sprint Nextel's Boost Mobile brand of wireless services and products to its retail locations. The pay-as-you-go service is now for sale at 672 RadioShack retail stores nationwide.
SunCom Wireless Holdings intends to fight to keep its listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) current, despite receiving a delisting notice set to take effect on Dec. 19.
After three years of operation in a number of secondary markets, wireless Internet service provider Clearwire finally has launched its WiMAX service in one of the top 20 U.S. urban areas. As a keenly interested observer of the wireless landscape, I find it convenient that Clearwire chose my home town – Seattle – for its big-city debut.
Sprint Nextel is helping its subscribers control their eating habits with the launch of MyFoodPhone, which enables customers equipped with cameraphones to track their food consumption and have remote access to nutrition counseling based on their eating habits.
Universal Studios Consumer Products Group announced the creation of the Universal Mobile Entertainment group. The division was created to enable the company to better capitalize on the growing mobile entertainment sector.