Buzz about Nokia’s new N85 phone getting its FCC approval for U.S. sales is spreading across the Web this week.
dotMobi is attracting customers to its DeviceAtlas mobile device database for unexpected reasons.
IBM has expanded its relationship with AT&T, Sprint and other wireless carriers to provide broader e-mail access to customers
With the Olympics set to open tomorrow in Beijing, a number of wireless vendors have announced their contributions to the networks.
In it continuing 3G expansion in its network, T-Mobile USA announced the launch of 3G in Las Vegas.
Motorola has receipts for some $431 million of orders from China Mobile Communications.
Openmoko, the open-source mobile handset group, today announced that its electrical schematics will be freely published.
Mobile instant messaging (IM) and e-mail provider Miyowa is introducing a new way for carriers to offer access to social networking sites.
Funambol today introduced version 7 of its open-source push e-mail server to better compete against Research In Motion’s BlackBerry system.
Business customers will soon have one more option to choose from when it comes to computer networking and storage services.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has filled out its test suite for device manufacturers that want to test their products with Bluetooth profiles using simulation software.
Alcatel Lucent is seeking a replacement for CEO, a position Patricia Russo recently vacated.
The idea of consumers urgently wanting more information from an advertiser on a mobile TV show may seem far-fetched
Mobile social network itsmy.com launched its social phone book. It requires no application download and works with all mobile browsers.
AT&T has extended its exclusivity arrangement with Apple until 2010.
MobiTV said today that it now has 4 million subscribers, 1 million of whom signed up in the past 10 months.
Tomorrow at its TechWave conference, Sybase will announce new development and deployment tools for enterprise mobility.
The LiMo Foundation, which advocates the free and open-source Linux operating system for mobile phones, today announced 11 new member companies and 7 new handsets.
Movial joined the LiMo Foundation and unveiled its open sourcing technology, Browser D-Bus Bridge.
Mobile gaming is getting a lot more exciting, but you’ll need to visit the Netherlands if you want to try the latest gadget.
It wasn’t long ago that when people talked about high-speed wireless data, they were talking in terms of 1 Mbps or less.
If you want to cross barriers of language, nationality, culture, religion and politics, sports may be one of a few basic ways to do so.
One of the signs that a technology has entered the public consciousness is when it starts getting mentioned in the movies, theatrical plays and other cultural venues.
Industry watchers say Motorola has a long way to go to turn around the beleaguered company.
The Instinct smartphone will gain a wide range of new software as the result of a contest for Java programmers, despite a behind-the-scenes dispute about standards compliance.