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The worlds fastest wireless-connection this is 4G Broadband LTE.
Sprint is cashing in on its investment less than a year after it contributed its entire 2.5 GHz spectrum holdings to Clearwire’s mobile WiMAX effort.
Alcatel-Lucent is shuffling executives after the head of its 4G/LTE wireless networks unit announced her departure less than eight months after taking the job.
Carriers’ push to beef up 3G networks and deploy 4G networks has forced them to increase testing. Everything from base stations to femtocells must work seamlessly to ensure the flawless performance expected by customers, and all that means good business for testing companies.
Wireless service providers continue to fare well despite the recession.
Verizon Wireless’ recent invitation to Java developers to attend a conference on July 28 is not indicative of the carrier’s preference or future plans.
Qualcomm says momentum is growing for its Snapdragon platform.
Now wireless operators have another option for an application store provider: Qualcomm.
Companies in the News: Nokia, TIM, Google, Yahoo, Strategy Analytics, IMS Forum, Aricent, American Tower, CommScope, Quantenna Communications, IMshopping, Twitter, SK Telecom Ventures, Sorenson Media, Qualcomm.
Shares of Qualcomm rose almost 8 percent in early Nasdaq trading after the company said sales will be higher than expected.
Chip maker Qualcomm delayed its quarterly earnings report today because it's in "advanced" settlement talks with rival Broadcom.
Qualcomm is offering its endorsement for the Third Generation Partnership Project’s (3GPP’s) recent approval of the eCall in-band modem specification.
Qualcomm’s FLO TV is tackling one of its big challenges – coverage – head on with the launch of its service in 19 more markets around the country.
Not so widely reported was the younger Jacobs’ plan to take a 25 percent reduction in salary for fiscal 2009.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs was given a big vote of confidence as he was appointed to succeed his father as chairman of the company.
Chip maker Qualcomm raised its regular quarterly dividend by a penny to 17 cents.
Companies in today's news: Nokia, Qualcomm, iSuppli, Texas Instruments, InterDigital, Global Wireless Technologies, Palm, Bell Mobility, PCTEL
Samsung Telecommunications America and T-Mobile USA, along with photographer and model Helena Christensen, officially unveiled the Samsung Memoir
iSuppli’s teardown of the BlackBerry Strom revealed the Research In Motion (RIM) product includes a Qualcomm baseband chip
Qualcomm’s first-quarter income was cut in half by heavy losses in its investment portfolio
The U.S. House yesterday failed to pass a bill delaying the transition from analog to digital TV
It took years to get this far, so what’s four more months?
Qualcomm this morning said it’s buying assets from AMD’s handheld graphics division for $65 million.