In the wake of several lawsuits being filed against one another, Symbol Technologies and Intermec Technologies Corporation are putting their RFID dispute to rest. The companies say the compromise is fair.
The recently announced joint venture between Nortel and LG Electronics has hit the ground running, inking its first joint deal in Seoul, South Korea, with mobile operator KTF.
Motorola and Apple are expected to officially introduce the anticipated iTunes wireless handset today, although both companies remain mum on the anticipated unveiling.
Two mobile technology firms, Orion Information Services and CellPoint Connect AB, are pooling their resources to better serve the mobile hardware technology and content services market. Terms of the merger were not disclosed.
Panasonic Electronic Devices Corporation of America is adding ZigBee technology to its wireless communications modules and is turning to Freescale Semiconductor to make it happen.
Day 2: WiMAX World in Boston is in full swing today, with a host of companies making technology-related announcement. Here's a sampling of what is being unveiled on the second day of the show.
Sprint and Nextel Communications announced recent regulatory approvals have cleared a path for the merger to close. A completed deal is expected on Friday, Aug. 12.
ABC has enlisted the help of Proteus to power its new online store, which features ringtones and images from its most popular shows. Separately, NBC Sports forged a deal of its own with AEGF Mobile games to connect its broadcasts to the wireless sector through mobile games.
Sun Microsystems has turned to Palm's Treo to deliver real-time access to its corporate applications to its field service workers. Separately, Sun inked a deal support T-Mobile International's t-zones portal.
PacketHop raised $10 million in its latest round of funding. The company also announced a relocation of its headquarters to support expansion efforts.
Payless Communication Holding has filed for a 214 license with the FCC in an effort to stay in compliance with authorization rules.
Looking to beef up its capabilities in Europe, wireless consultancy inCode Wireless has snapped up Northstream for an undisclosed sum.
Motorola, SunCom Wireless, Research in Motion, Ember Corporation, New Frontier Media, IPIX Corporation, Globecomm Systems, SMC Networks, Technitrol and LK Products Oy.
Cingular Wireless continues to push the superiority of its GSM network to consumers, but some customers remain tied to their analog or TDMA phones. In an effort to give customers a little extra push to make the switch to GSM, the carrier plans to impose a $4.99 a month fee to use the older phones.