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.
It’s already the Year of the Rat and year of the election – now an industry analyst says 2008 will be the year of WiMAX.
Yahoo! announced a new tool that allows users to stay connected to various social networking sites from one mobile portal.
Sprint and Motorola have announced a new network interoperability solution, that would allows Nextel Direct Connect users to connect directly to first responders using a Project 25 land mobile radio (LMR).
Activist investor Ralph Whitworth has been added to Sprint Nextel's board. Whitworth owns roughly a 2% stake in the carrier through his investment company Relational Investors.
Microsoft has announced plans to purchase Danger, maker of the platform behind T-Mobile's Sidekick handset line.
AOL has entered the open mobile platform fray, announcing plans to release an open platform for developers to create mobile applications for any handset by the middle of the year.
The Apple iPhone may be last year's big news, but its effects can be seen and heard at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) as veteran handset makers display their latest wares.
Agilent Technologies announced a variety of new testing products for wireless networks this week at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona.
Global companies continued to unveil business relationships and provide demonstrations of their technical capabilities at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Here are a few from Day 2 of the event.
Mobile search competition continues as Google and Nokia announced a partnership that will incorporate Google's search engine into Nokia's search application.
Motorola and Nortel Networks are reportedly discussing combining their wireless-infrastructure units to form a joint venture, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
Nokia introduced four new multimedia-savvy phones, as well as a Beta version of its Nokia Maps 2.0 application. Handsets include a N95 successor the N96, which includes 16 GB of internal memory.
BARCELONA-Microsoft's Mobile division couldn't be happier. With an eye to increasing its lagging U.S. presence, Sony Ericsson has announced a new handset that runs the Windows Mobile 6 operating system.
BARCELONA—Mobile operators and their supporting vendors used the recently opened Mobile World Congress (MWC) to announce newly secured agreements.
BARCELONA—Nortel selected 724's Seamless Messaging solution for its fixed mobile convergence (FMC) enterprise solutions.