A lot of mobile game announcements were made at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco this week.
What's all the fuss about the nation's biggest carriers coming out with all-you-can-eat price plans?
Mobile coupon usage has increased by 119% over the last six months at Cellfire.
AT&T and Palm announced the availability of the Palm Centro from AT&T for $99.99.
Research In Motion (RIM) raised its expected subscriber growth for the quarter 15% to 20% higher than the 1.82 million subscriber additions it had initially forecast.
Not to be outdone by Verizon’s announcement yesterday, AT&T and T-Mobile also announced new unlimited voice plans for just $99.99 a month; AT&T’s plan is set to start Feb 22, while T-Mobile’s plan goes live tomorrow.
Although the cellular infrastructure market has experienced tremendous growth over the last two decades thanks to the buildout of wireless networks in developed and emerging countries, IMS Research expects all of that to change in the coming years.
Shortly after Palm announced the availability of the Centro in Europe, AT&T announced that it has begun selling the entry-level smartphone for $99.99.
The U.S. business and residential wireless market will reach $248.5 billion by 2012, growing 12.6% annually from $137 billion in 2007, a new report by Insight Research states.
Microsoft’s potential to close a deal with Yahoo! appear closer to fruition today than it did earlier this week.
Microsoft tossed a financial and political grenade into the Yahoo! camp with its unsolicited $44.6 billion cash and stock offer to buy the Y! company.
The past year has been nothing short of spectacular for some companies in the mobile banking space. Firethorn Holdings sealed deals to provide its mobile banking solution to AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless, the two biggest U.S. carriers.
If you think of mobile advertising as being in its teen-age years, then you probably expect it to feel a lot of growing pains, in addition to the euphoria that comes at that time of life. Maybe there are growth spurts, mixed with bouts of anxiety.
If the first few weeks of the new year are any indication, 2008 promises to be a tumultuous financial period for wireless telecom stocks. With the notable exception of Sprint Nextel
Sprint Nextel is relocating its executive staff back to Overland Park, Kan. Originally based in Overland Park, Kan.
Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of Yahoo! could affect the wireless content segment, but probably not enough to cause any alarm.
AT&T signed an expansion agreement with Alcatel-Lucent, in which the equipment supplier will provide technology.
China Unicom Ltd., the country's second largest wireless operator, said planned reductions of tariff caps for domestic mobile roaming services may impact its revenue.
Qwest posted an 89% profit in the fourth quarter of 2007 and for the year despite shrinking residential telephone business and declines in Qwest's wholesale capacity sales.
Vodafone Group PLC announced that long-time Microsoft veteran Pieter Knook will join the company as director of Internet services.
A lot of infrastructure vendors seem to be combining their efforts these days, so why not Alcatel-Lucent and NEC on LTE?
Robert Redford drew a crowd at the Mobile World Congress on Wednesday, but several halls away, a wireless industry star was busy talking about the future of the mobile space.
Here´s something you don´t hear every day. North America is actually leading in a mobile service – ahead of Europe.
In reviewing its 2008 Mobile Innovation Global Award entries at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the GSMA named Gesturetek the overall winner for its handset interface.