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.
T-Mobile USA will deploy its long awaited 3G network to 27 markets by the end of this year, covering two-thirds of its customer base.
The United States has finally caught up with Western Europe in the adoption of 3G
Hutchison Whampoa reported better-than-expected first-half net profit, as the conglomerate run by tycoon Li Ka-shing posted a smaller loss.
In it continuing 3G expansion in its network, T-Mobile USA announced the launch of 3G in Las Vegas.
It wasn’t long ago that when people talked about high-speed wireless data, they were talking in terms of 1 Mbps or less.
Agilent Technologies announced new testing products for LTE and W-CDMA/HSPA mobile networks yesterday.
Mobile WiMAX players had hoped to capitalize on technology capabilities and time-to-market. As time goes by, it seems possible that the once-perceived dominance is evaporating.
Alcatel-Lucent announced that it has been awarded a $1 billion framework agreement to provide mobile communication equipment and services to China Mobile.
AT&T says that it’s seen a speed increase on its 3G network of up to 20% faster downlink speeds and 50% for uplink speeds.
Companies in today’s briefs include: T-Mobile UK, Sierra Wireless, AT&T, Namco Networks, Alltel Wireless, Broadcom, Ubiquisys, 3GPP
Wireless markets in major countries have become zero-sum games in which the simplest way for a carrier to grow revenues is by luring away customers from another carrier.
More news from Infineon Technologies this week, the chipmaker announced the availability of its new 3G platform family.
According to a report from Gartner, embedded 3G radios in laptops might finally make sense for enterprises.
The FCC is reportedly considering a plan to auction off more airwaves, this time with the stipulation that the winner would provide free broadband Internet access to the whole country.
Industry adviser Analysys Mason is rocking the traditional wisdom boat with its latest report, Critical Ingredients of Mobile TV.
AT&T announced that by the end of June it will have completed the rollout of its high-speed 3G network.
How will the model of fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) play out in the next few years? From carriers to consultants, the consensus is that FMC will definitely happen.
Also on the heels of the Sprint Clearwire WiMAX venture, cable TV provider Cablevision announced plans to offer high-speed wireless Internet services based on Wi-Fi.
NMS Communications is getting into the mobile TV business, only not in the way that companies like MediaFLO USA and MobiTV are in the business. Nonetheless, it’s helping carriers launch new services.
AT&T has delayed the launch of a 3G BlackBerry, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.