NEW YORK (AP) — Vonage Holdings Corp., a pioneer in Internet-based home phone service, is launching applications for the iPhone and BlackBerry that undercut the international calling rates of major wireless carriers.
Research In Motion (RIM) has been fending off competitors in its enterprise segment while trying to tap the consumer market...
IBM announced new subscription-based managed services and support for the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution.
As Castaldo found, many phones are now sophisticated enough, and have good enough screens, to be used as e-book reading devices. In addition, e-book reading on computers is already surprisingly popular.
Barnes & Noble yesterday announced the launch of an eBookstore. Customers will be able to buy ebooks and read them on a range of platforms, including the iPhone and iPod touch, BlackBerry smartphones, as well as most Windows and Mac laptops or full-sized desktop computers.
A Frost & Sullivan report concludes that mobile operators will trend toward fully maximizing their high-speed packet access
Nothing ever stands still if you are a wireless operator. New technologies are always around the corner that demand attention, even ones that haven’t been fully defined. No one has yet officially defined what a fourth generation wireless network will be
WASHINGTON (AP) — He won the fight to keep it. Now, Barack Obama is putting his beloved BlackBerry to work.
Companies in the News: InterDigital, Samsung, Ericsson, TeliaSonera, mig33, Yahoo, AllOne Health, Diversinet, Onset Technology.
Base stations and their microchips aren’t the market they used to be, so tough times are ahead for such vendors, In-Stat said in its latest wireless industry research today.
Manufacturers of 3G modems did well in 2008 despite the overall economic slowdown, research firm In-Stat said today.
Attention Vermont residents: AT&T will sell its mobile phones in your state beginning next Thursday.
Wireless operators who plan for LTE may be able to flank the negative economy, ABI Research analyst Nadine Manjaro said today.
The first news of 2009 for the machine-to-machine (M2M) space includes a new company, a new chief executive and a new 3G embedded modem.
Analysts and other industry figures paint a clear picture of what’s coming in 2009 for data plan pricing trends. Big carriers will copy the simplicity of smaller competitors, or possibly just acquire them, while the smaller competitors copy the technology of big carriers and may even offer some postpaid services of their own.
At the recent CDMA Developers Group Conference held in San Diego, one of the central topics was the migration of 3G networks to 4G, which for this conference anyway, meant both LTE and WiMAX (next-generation WiMAX).
ConvergenceNow Plus+ is Synchronoss Technologies’ latest update allows devices to become wireless-enabled.
Telstra is working with Ericsson, Qualcomm and Sierra Wireless to upgrade its Next G network
Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the new emerging standard for 4G wireless networks.
Two items regarding operation of the new 3G iPhone made the news recently, In one, AT&T announced that it would ban from its network any iPhone users that it catches doing so-called peer-to-peer file transfers on its 3G network. Then it became known that iPhones will not be able to download music from Apple’s popular iTunes site using 3G. Instead, as with the older version of the iPhone
ARCEP said it will try again to sell the country’s final 3G license after considering the proposals of 23 parties.
AT&T and middleware provider Antenna Software are at Oracle’s OpenWorld in San Francisco, showing the operator’s new capabilities in mobile enterprise applications.
3G Americas shines a light on the shortcomings of third-party Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) in a new research report.