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.
Fujitsu Network Communications has announced the BroadOne WX300, an outdoor microcell base station for mobile WiMAX, officials said.
Syniverse Technologies said it's now offering financial clearinghouse services to GSM carriers, based on the April 2007 acquisition of Billing Service Group (BSG) for $290 million.
Though Infineon posted slightly better than expected results for its automotive, industrial and multi-market units, the chip maker said operating losses at its mobile phone chip unit would widen
Qualcomm announced that several network operators have committed to testing HSPA+ technology this year; carriers include Hutchison 3G, Telecom Italia, Telefonica and Telstra.
Following protests over Nokia's plan to close its plant in Bochum, Germany, and move production to Romania, the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia has told Nokia that it must repay the 41.3 million euros
A new consortium of companies has formed the Mobile Advertising Alliance, with the promise to revolutionize mobile phone networks as an advertising opportunity.
Ditech recently concluded an audit of mobile service over 16 operators in 12 countries and was startled by the number of calls affected by voice quality impairments originating in the caller's environment or a mobile handset or headset.
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WiMAX began as a fixed technology enabling carriers to deploy radios from base station vendors to create pockets of wireless connectivity.
Nokia pushed further into the mobile services space with the launch of its social networking site "Share on Ovi," which went live today.
Following complaints from consumer groups as well as Verizon Wireless, people search site Intelius has shut down its directory of cell-phone numbers.
Reacting to Microsoft's bid for Yahoo!, Google accused Microsoft of trying to extend its "monopolies" into the Internet space.
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