Despite analysts recent projections, Apple says it’s sticking by its goal of selling 10 million iPhones by the end of the year.
Sony Ericsson unveiled a new compact slider handset, the T303, which comes with a mirrored screen, metal housing and chrome finish.
According to the latest report from Neilsen Mobile, about 23% of U.S. mobile phone users have seen advertising on their cell phones in the last 30 days and about 51% of those users responded, in some way, to the ads.
AT&T announced yesterday that it was joining a venture capital consortium, which is looking to fund Southern Californian start-ups involved in wireless application development.
Nokia announced plans to make Microsoft Silverlight available for the S60 platform on Symbian OS, as well as for Series 40 devices and Nokia Internet tablets.
AT&T settled a suit last Friday, agreeing to repay thousands of Florida consumers who were billed for services advertised as free.
Sybase today announced its new iAnywhere Mobile Office software, combining wireless e-mail, security and business application integration into one client.
On the very day that AT&T and T-Mobile responded to Verizon Wireless’ all-you-can-talk bucket plan, an AT&T representative was knocking at my front door.
A few years ago, Amir Zoufonoun, by then a 24-year veteran of the microwave industry, thought he was getting out of the industry. Between gigs, he had a year off to look at alternatives.
Your company is fast-becoming a major wireless telecommunications company, making both infrastructure and handsets for GSM and CDMA networks. You’ve had a U.S. office for six years, but you’ve never sold a handset in the market and have no brand recognition among consumers.
Wait a minute on rushing those femtocells to market. So says Stuart Carlaw of ABI Research.
The 3GPP standards body has completed an update that supports the interface for Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology for 3G dual-mode handsets and femtocells.
AT&T downplayed the impact of the unlimited plan pricing wars and U.S. economic concerns, saying it still expects mid-single digit growth in revenue for the year.
Though its missed its promised February deadline to release an iPhone development kit, Apple did announce that it plans to reveal a software roadmap
Anti-virus vendor McAfee issued a warning on the company’s blog that a new Windows Mobile trojan has been detected in China.
Opera announced that it has made Google the default search engine on its mobile Web browsers.
According to a report by IMS Research the future is bright for projectors designed to work with mobile phones.
You're waiting at the bus stop, and you've got a few minutes to kill. So you key in a speed dial on your mobile phone. Within seconds, you're watching a trailer for a movie you might want to see
Trolltech is adding support for Microsoft’s Windows CE operating system to its Qt cross-platform development framework.
The New York Times Company has launched a beta version of a new application, designed to more easily allow users to shift content between their computers and mobile devices.
Tiny Pictures, the company behind cameraphone photo-sharing service Radar, announced it has secured $7.2 million in Series B funding.
Morph, a joint nanotechnology venture between the Nokia Research Center (NRC) and the University of Cambridge, is demonstrating how future mobile devices might be stretchable and flexible
Morpho, a Japanese startup building image processing software for mobile devices, received an influx of $1.5 million from Nokia Growth Partners, the companies said today.
Analysts have reported doubt that Apple will reach its goal of selling 10 million iPhones this year, though the popular technology company has said it stands by its previously stated benchmark.