DukeNet Communication Services (DNCS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Duke Energy Corporation, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 115 wireless communication towers
Red Bend Software's latest software for over-the-air device updates is vDirect Mobile, a client program spun out from the popular vCurrent system.
One of the more curious acquisitions Nokia has made in recent years is the one announced this week to buy Trolltech.
Microsoft has made a bid to acquire Yahoo! for $44.6 billion in cash and stock, in its biggest acquisition move ever.
Sprint announced that it may write off as much as $30.7 billion in goodwill value of its acquisition of Nextel.
Ericsson reported a decline in net profits for the quarter and announced plans to lay off around 1,000 employees in Sweden, due to cost-cutting measures.
Americans spent $208.4 billion on wireless communications technology in 2007, according to Grant Seiffert, president of Telecommunications Industry (TIA).
Wavecom has signed a definitive agreement to buy Anyware Technologies, a machine-to-machine (M2M) client-server software company based in Toulouse, France.
With a U.S. recession knocking at the door and global economic stability in question, we are in for a bumpy ride ahead.
The next time you’re in Las Vegas and grab a bus to ride from one casino or restaurant to another, you may feel a little bit safer. That’s because the Las Vegas bus system has installed wireless video surveillance cameras
Vodafone Group posted better than expected quarterly results, in part due to growth in emerging markets through recent acquisitions.
Sprint Nextel and wireless broadband provider Clearwire are reportedly back in talks about combining their efforts for a national WiMAX network.
The term "mobile payments" often elicits some degree of skepticism, depending on who is being asked. Consumers don't often understand what mobile commerce means to them
T-Mobile USA reported adding 951,000 net new customers during Q4 2007, compared with 857,000 the previous quarter and 901,000 for Q4 2006.
EarthLink founder and current Helio CEO Sky Dayton announced he is stepping down, but will remain active in the company as chairman.
Kyocera plans to pull out of China's handset market, due to competition from cheaper producers.
Mauro Montanaro has been named CEO of mobile entertainment provider Jamba. He will begin in his new role Feb. 4.
Palm announced plans to close all but one of its retail stores, as part of plans to narrow the focus of the company as it aims to compete with rival smartphone makers.
Chipmaker Broadcom posted Q4 results saying that its net income doubled during the quarter, due in part to royalties from patent license agreements and orders for wireless chips.
SendMe this week announced a strategic agreement with EMI Music that gives SendMeMobile.com members access to EMI's catalog of mobile content, including works from The B-52s, Coldplay, Norah Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Dean Martin, The Rolling Stones and more.
Ad Infuse raised $12 million in a financing round led by new investor SoftBank Capital. The round included existing investors ComVentures and Storm Ventures.
MoConDi is warning folks to get ready for mobile viral marketing to join mobile advertising and ad-supported distribution as trends to watch in 2008.
AT&T shares rose almost 3% in pre-market trading, after the telecom posted higher quarterly profits and better-than-expected growth in its wireless business.
Wireless components giant Qualcomm significantly increased its revenue and income for the first fiscal quarter of 2008, officials said yesterday.