SmartTrust, following its recent upgrade of SIM card administrative software, tomorrow will announce a new version of its mobile roaming software.
Verizon Communications has announced a new service bundle for customers who have opted out of landline service; for the first time.
Nokia announced the launch of the Nokia Advertising Alliance, promising to “simplify mobile advertising for brand advertisers.”
European Union Telecom Commissioner Viviane Reding has warned mobile operators that the commission could introduce new legislation to standardize data roaming fees.
Who says it’s all about handsets? Brightstar, which for years has been in the wireless device distribution business, sees a whole new opportunity in accessories.
Yahoo! is expanding its partnership with Coupons Inc. to mobile phone users, the companies announced.
The FCC is scheduled to hold a hearing today regarding the fees wireless customers pay when they want out of their service contracts.
T-Mobile, Starbucks and AT&T announced they have reached an “understanding” over the lawsuit filed by T-Mobile late last week.
Space150, the digital creative agency that changes its identity every 150 days, this week announced it has launched a new mobile division within the company.
Irvine, Calif.-based Aktino is helping operators migrate their backhaul networks from legacy TDM and ATM technology to carrier Ethernet.
Companies in today’s briefs include: SmarTone-Vodafone, Comptel, LimeLife, Fujitsu, Texas Instruments, Tellabs, Alcatel-Lucent, True Corp, Nortel Networks
Mobile marketing and advertising may not reach huge audiences but it does deliver high-value consumers.
Tele Atlas today unveiled Tele Atlas MultiNav, the company’s newest digital map platform.
It may not have the buzz of an iPhone, but Turtle Wireless’ device indeed will turn heads.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Innopath Software, OtterBox, OnAir, Highdeal, Comfone, Orange France, BT Openzone, ATT, SoftBank, KPN, Verizon Wireless, NEC, Palringo
Along with the updated 3G iPhone, Apple also announced yesterday a revamped business model for sales of its beloved handset.
In all the excitement surrounding the upcoming $199 8 GB iPhone 3G, don’t forget there’s another contingent of the industry that’s feeling some love for Apple: mobile advertising.
Laura Marriott, the outgoing president of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), thinks of herself as a hunter.
Digby this week announced the availability of Powered by Digby, promising to give retailers the ability to deliver a superior mobile shopping experience to their customers.
IntelliNet Technologies is expanding into the fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) space by acquiring the assets of Azaire Networks for an undisclosed amount.
Voice service, long the revenue engine of mobile operators, continues its inevitable slide toward commoditization.
NXP Semiconductors announced the launch of the NXP SAA8510, a mobile multimedia TV-out processor that will enable TV-output on any mobile device having a standard LCD interface.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Ericsson, Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa, SPY, Daimler Finland, Alvarion, Gemalto, PosteMobile
A word to advertisers: In all, 90.2% of the consumers exposed to ads on the Greystripe network have the power to make purchasing decisions for their families.