Sprint said today it will launch its new CDMA-based push-to-talk service on Sunday as it works to phase out its iDEN network...
InterDigital is suing Nokia, Huawei and ZTE over patent infringement...
Verizon Wireless does not plan to let voice calls placed over its LTE network roam on to its CDMA network when it introduces voice over LTE (VoLTE)...
As part of a new line of laptops, HP is now offering a prepaid 3G data plan to its customers.
Sprint's iDEN push-to-talk service will be replaced by a larger CDMA system with faster data speeds and better in-building coverage.
Katie Elenberger took her doctor's orders for bed rest in stride, especially because her first day of maternity leave coincided with the delivery of her iPhone.
Johnson recently spoke about her career, the evolution of the wireless industry and her thoughts on the future of CDMA. Below is an edited transcript of the discussion.
Qualcomm's strength in the CDMA space continued to pay off in the fourth quarter as the company posted record numbers in chip volumes and earnings per share.
With operators pouring money into LTE and WiMAX networks, is there a place for upgrades of CDMA technology in a next-generation world?
Analyst Keith Mallinson examines Sprint Nextel’s network migration path and the choices the carrier needs to make.
CDMA chipmaker Qualcomm has opened a new research and development center in Shanghai, China...
The rumor mill is cranking back up again and this time it's churning out new tidbits about the iPhone.
The very fact that the definition of M2M seems to include a new verticle by the day should give some indication of the growth inherent in the space. However, along with growth comes a bevy of complications.
Sprint's Boost Mobile prepaid division will start offering its $50 Monthly Unlimited plan on Sprint's CDMA network starting Jan. 13.
Ericsson has snagged Nortel’s North American GSM assets for $70 million in cash.
Samsung Electronics has signed a $1.3 billion licensing agreement with Qualcomm...
In case you're wondering what the future holds for the CDMA Development Group (CDG) in light of the industry's moves to LTE, wonder no more.
Even 3G growth in China doesn't seem to be propping up the infrastructure market too much. The Dell'Oro Group reports that worldwide mobile infrastructure market revenue contracted 12 percent year-over-year in the second quarter.
Companies in today's briefs include: Interop Technologies, California Micro Devices, In-Stat, SPB Software, Cincinnati Bell, ICP Solar Technologies, Marvell, China Mobile.
The economy doesn’t appear to be hurting ZTE too much, thanks in part to business in China. The Chinese vendor reports its net profit in the first half of the year was up 40.5 percent over last year.
The president and co-CEO of RIM says the BlackBerry maker had a handshake deal to buy a prized piece of Nortel Networks
Ericsson’s stake in Canada will more than double – if the Canadian government doesn’t intervene.
Qualcomm has been notified that Japanese regulators plan to order the U.S. wireless chip maker to stop abusing its market dominance
MPAM Wireless has submitted a $750 million bid for Nortel’s wireless assets.