LAS VEGAS (AP) — Amazon's Kindle might soon be getting new competitors in the market for electronic-book devices.
LAS VEGAS—Going green is great PR. But underlying the talk of carbon footprints, environmental friendliness and rosy images of fauna
LAS VEGAS—CTIA kicked off its annual spring trade show with a series of three keynotes from industry executives who emphasized continued growth through innovation.
LAS VEGAS—Femtocells have been touted as the most efficient solution to in-building coverage and carrier backhaul, but if you’d like to get a taste of the buzz in person
LAS VEGAS—Real Phone Card Corporation announced the product launch of the CARD Mobile Phone, designed for prominent branding and personalization.
LAS VEGAS—Ringleader Digital is switching it up, ditching its ad network and focusing on its technology platform.
LAS VEGAS—In the super-charged space known as mobile e-mail and messaging, Seven unveiled an enhancement to its integrated messaging platform.
For Comverse, it’s pretty much all about visual voicemail at the CTIA Wireless 2009 convention.
LAS VEGAS—Research In Motion (RIM) announced the much-anticipated opening of its BlackBerry App World
LAS VEGAS—Billboard Mobile Entertainment kicked off its pre-CTIA event yesterday, and the conclusions were as varied as the themes.
LAS VEGAS—Samsung on Tuesday unveiled its first WiMAX device and updates to its TouchWiz platform
LAS VEGAS—Just ahead of a CTIA Wireless 2009 keynote today by T-Mobile USA President Robert Dotson, T-Mobile USA released some usage numbers
LAS VEGAS—HTC today debuted its newest qwerty smartphone, the HTC Snap.
Qualcomm’s FLO TV is tackling one of its big challenges – coverage – head on with the launch of its service in 19 more markets around the country.
LAS VEGAS—Expectations are high for a 3G/4G modem to come to market this summer. In the meantime, how about combining Wi-Fi and WiMAX?
LAS VEGAS—Alcatel-Lucent may have gotten a big win at Mobile World Congress (MWC) when Verizon Wireless named it as one of its LTE vendors, but
I realize companies are cutting back on travel, so some people who normally attend the spring CTIA show will be staying home. I also realize that every year, the question comes up: Can the industry support so many trade shows?
Steve Largent has been a wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks, worked with nonprofit group the Wheelchair Foundation and served as an Oklahoma congressman. He’s also been the president and CEO of CTIA since 2003, advocating on behalf of the wireless industry.
A recession could be responsible for lower attendance at the upcoming International CTIA Wireless 2009
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin yesterday said he will resign effective Jan. 20.
The National Safety Council called for a ban on using cell phones while driving, even with a headset
The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) announced that industry veteran Mike Wehrs is the new president and CEO of the organization.
The CTIA’s Wireless Internet Caucus today released its finished document for interoperability of multimedia messaging.
The FCC is likely to discuss and possibly vote on Chairman Kevin Martin’s plan for a controversial AWS-3 spectrum auction next week.
CTIA yesterday again filed objections to the FCC’s upcoming vote on an AWS-3 spectrum auction, this time suggesting multiple alternative proposals.