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.
BARCELONA—From components to interfaces to new handsets and network equipment, the Mobile World Congress played host to numerous exhibitor announcements.
Starbucks struck a new agreement with AT&T that will improve the enterprise networking capabilities for the coffee retailer.
EarthLink has officially shut down its municipal Wi-Fi operations, writing down a $20.7 million charge on the discontinued operations for the fourth quarter.
Alcatel-Lucent reported a net loss for the fourth quarter, though revenue grew 18%. The combined telecom equipment maker posted a loss of $3.73 billion for Q4
Rural wireless broadband startup Stelera Wireless launched services in its first two U.S. markets.
Sprint Nextel announced that customers can access its Family Locator service from any Web-enabled Sprint handset.
Helio is partnering with Buzzd to provide real-time entertainment information about bars, clubs and restaurants based on Helio members' locations.
A little snow didn't keep the crew of independent film "TEXT" from shooting in Parker, Colo., this week. That's right. "TEXT" is a teen thriller that tells the story of a high-school senior who searches for answers after her best friends are killed shortly after receiving mysterious text messages on their cell phones.
Now through Feb. 15, Boost Mobile is allowing its subscribers access to a Valentine's Day giveaway powered by Crush or Flush, the mobile social networking platform that allows users to rate and meet people through their mobile phone.
Thumbplay introduced a set of self-service, extensible tools to enable TV content creators to roll their own mobile entertainment content storefronts.
Sometimes it makes more sense to put the old behind and start with a new brand. That's what MoPhap decided, switching its name to Ringleader Digital as it seeks to make a new name for itself in the mobile advertising space.
Ahead of next week's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, some software players are getting together, with promises to revolutionize the mobile phone network as an advertising and direct marketing opportunity.
The Sprint Family Locator service is now available on all Web-enabled Sprint phones. In addition, more than 100 Sprint phones can be located by the service, including all currently available Sprint phones.
As part of efforts to reach more U.S. consumers, global mobile social network mig33 is making software available for BlackBerry users so they can use its services.
A lot of folks will be heading to Barcelona, Spain, for the Mobile World Congress next week. But what to do about the, er, bathroom situation?
Kuwait's Dar Investment is looking into investing between $200 million and $800 million in a U.S. telecom, according to a report in Reuters.