The battle for customers is on in the enterprise fixed-mobility space. Today, it’s DiVitas Networks’ turn.
Companies in the News: Bridgewater Systems, Sprint, Axesstel, GetWireless
3G Americas shines a light on the shortcomings of third-party Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) in a new research report.
Companies in the News: AT&T, Qualcomm, Hewlett-Packard, Panasonic, GlenMartin, Perytons, JayBird, eXpansys
T-Mobile USA has called a news conference in New York City for Tuesday, Sept. 23, to formally announce the first Android phone.
T-Mobile USA will deploy its long awaited 3G network to 27 markets by the end of this year, covering two-thirds of its customer base.
Funambol released a new position paper, titled “Open MobileWe for the Rest of Us,” playing off Apple’s MobileMe service.
According to ABI Research, the top cellular infrastructure suppliers are Ericsson, Nokia-Siemens and Alcatel-Lucent.
The Rural Telecommunications Group (RTG) has launched RTG-WholesaleExchange, a program to help RTG members with device purchasing.
What do Monday Night Football and Martha Stewart Weddings have in common? In a word: SnapTell.
Goomzee.com revealed its new look this week and unveiled a dedicated brand name for its real estate mobile advertising service, now called Realty Connect.
AT&T, KDDI, NTT DoCoMo, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and Vodafone already have thrown their hats into the Long Term Evolution (LTE) ring.
Companies in the News: Microsoft, Wayport, Suresite, Cellpoint Mobile, Aperto Networks
The mobile and wireless industry is one of the most interesting and prominent growth areas in technology today, especially for investors.
Cisco introduced a new version of its mobile wireless router, the MWR 2941.
AT&T has brought out the Samsung Rugby, a new rugged, military-grade flip phone for businesses that use on-site field services.
Exalt Communications’ wireless backhaul routers are now able to transfer 440 MB of throughput using Gigabit Ethernet.
Companies in the News: Delta Telecom, Alcatel-Lucent, Nokia Siemens Networks, Vringo, SMobile Systems, MobileOne, Streamezzo
Seven is trying to make it easier for consumers to move between their business e-mail, personal e-mail, contacts, calendar, voice mail, SMS and MMS on the handset.
First there was Yahoo! to democratize libraries. Then came Travelocity, to democratize airfare. Validas could be the next big thing online
Using 4DK’s SuperConnectivity service platform known as SCout, developers can create their own speech-to-text application thanks to a collaboration with Yap.
BET Mobile, a division of BET Networks, and Single Touch Systems are offering Mobile Microphone and 4 U 2 Dedicate
It’s a familiar pain point. Developers and operators need to be certain that their content renders correctly over mobile devices.
Taproot Systems has commercially launched an Internet connectivity solution called WalkingHotSpot.