Verizon Wireless has certified its first device under its Open Development Initiative – SupplyNet’s wireless telemetry device, Prophet.
Sprint Nextel’s Xohm WiMAX division will use IP backhaul technology from DragonWave in its initial batch of launch cities this fall.
Verizon Business has launched a new Wi-Fi interface that makes it easier to connect to more than 70,000 Verizon-provided hotspots worldwide.
Preliminary sales results from Best Buy reveal that Samsung’s Instinct is a best-seller for the retailer.
Nevada-based distributor Quality One Wireless, LLC, has signed a U.S. distribution agreement for Huawei terminal products.
The videos were e-mailed around the world, sometimes with messages that said, “This is why you should never use a cell phone.”
A Senate committee is holding hearings today with executives from the likes of Microsoft, Google and Facebook to discuss online privacy.
InterDigital received a blow in its ongoing patent infringement case.
Japanese carrier Softbank plans to open its store in the Harajuku district at 7 a.m. local time this Friday to accommodate iPhone enthusiasts who just can’t wait to get their hands on Apple’s new 3G handset.
An Asian startup handset manufacturer with roots deep in the British-based operator O2 and its handset subsidiary has started selling phones in the United States.
Telecom equipment maker Alcatel-Lucent has asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to reinstate the $1.52 billion patent verdict against Microsoft.
AT&T today announced that several music artists including 3 Doors Down, Army of Me, Sheryl Crow, will record exclusive tracks for the AT&T Team USA Soundtrack.
Virgin Mobile USA has announced its latest handset for 2008, the UTStarcom Arc.
A recent survey conducted by Nokia found that only 3% of people recycle their mobile phones despite the fact that old devices are often just lying around at home.
Developers writing applications and content for Nokia handsets are getting some online help with a new Forum Nokia Virtual Developer Lab (VDL).
Authorized Verizon Wireless agents may now use co-op advertising dollars to activate toll-free vanity 800 numbers with real-time advertising tracking data.
Streamezzo, creator of the Universal Software Platform, has released four elements for its Skinnable Application Suite.
It has never before been clearer that we are all at risk each day due to developments in computing technology.
Japanese telecom NTT DoCoMo announced plans to start selling Research In Motion's BlackBerry smartphones and service to individuals and small businesses beginning Aug. 1.
Following last week’s announced buyout by Nokia, Symbian has announced it first new open source plan: the Symbian Partner Network (SPN).
FriendMobilizer launched a mobile Facebook app last week, designed especially for Windows Mobile smartphones.
Thumbplay for a limited time will be the exclusive distributor of ringtones and other mobile content by rapper Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter.
And in more Nokia news, the handset maker has secured another operator agreement to support its mobile services platform, Ovi.
According to Infonetics Research worldwide mobile videophone sales neared $99 billion in 2007 and are expected to grow strongly over the next 5 years.