China Unicom Hong Kong today announced the construction of its first and largest integrated telecommunications facility overseas in Hong Kong -- China Unicom (Hong Kong) Global Center. The company will invest approximately HK$3 billion in the premium information and communications technology (ICT) facility that meets the high international standards of design and construction.
Broadcom Corporation today announced that the Chinese cellphone manufacturer K-Touch has chosen...
China's wireless subscriber base swelled to 841.94 million in December, the country's top three...
Ericsson has landed two contracts worth $1.8 billion with Chinese operators China Mobile and China Unicom.
China Unicom CEO Chang Xiaobing today told reporters at the National People's Congress that his company is working with Apple to bring a Wi-Fi enabled iPhone to China.
According to several online reports, Google is holding the release of two Android phones slated for Chinese carrier China Unicom.
Sales of the iPhone in China appear to have picked up but still remain well behind other markets, according to data released by China Unicom.
China Unicom plans to rapidly expand its 3G presence, according to comments made by company Chairman Chang Xiaobing.
It’s official. After months of speculation, China Unicom said it has reached a multi-year deal with Apple to sell the iPhone in China.
Apple has reportedly agreed to a deal with China Unicom that will bring the iPhone to China in October.
In yet another move to stop Royal KPN’s unsolicited buyout offer, wholesale VoIP provider iBasis has brought a second suit against the Dutch telecommunications company.
State-owned China Unicom Ltd. said Friday it is talking with Apple about becoming an iPhone carrier.
Skydeck released a new version of its service with the tag “your cell phone, online,” and it’s already getting some positive feedback.
A variety of new software for the Apple iPhone will debut this week at the Macworld conference in San Francisco
ABI Research said the market for ultra-mobile devices will produce $3.5 billion in revenue this year
Consumers soon will be able to forget about looking for Wi-Fi hotspots. Instead, they will just need to look for the seal of “mobile broadband” approval
Qualcomm’s Gobi chipset will appear in Panasonic’s line of Toughbook computers for the Verizon Wireless network.
The number of notebook PCs with embedded HSPA/LTE mobile broadband connectivity in Europe will grow from 8.4 million in 2007 to 49 million in 2013.
Kaltman Creations announced a series of entry-level RF spectrum analyzers running on commodity PC hardware platforms.
PC maker Acer is reportedly planning to add a WiMAX module to its Aspire 5920 notebook.
Alcatel-Lucent teamed with SafeNet to offer enterprise customers a wireless laptop security, management and tracking system that operates transparently to mobile users.
LAS VEGAS—Symbian may be the leading smartphone operating system in the world but there’s no reason it couldn’t find its way on small computers such as Mobile Internet Devices, Symbian CEO Nigel Clifford said in an interview at CTIA Wireless 2008.
Qualcomm is making considerable headway with its new Gobi multi-mode chipset for laptops, with the top five laptop manufacturers licensing the technology and four large carriers certifying it for use on their networks.