Just a few short years ago, when most operators talked about their mobile data business, it was a bit of a misleading conversation. What they were really referring to was their SMS business. The mobile Internet or mobile broadband portion of these organizations was dwarfed by the SMS portion...
Over the past few years, advancements in mobile technology have been nothing short of remarkable. Smartphones have become the norm, allowing people to break the chains of the living room PC...
Adobe Systems took a break from lobbing salvos at Steve Jobs to report record sales, which reached almost $1 billion in the second quarter.
Shares of mobile data services company Motricity are slipping after its scaled-back initial public offering priced low.
Motriciy cut the price of its initial public offering for the second time in June, lowering its financial expectations to just a quarter its first IPO attempt in January.
Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy said U.S. sales of laptops, mobile phones and appliances experienced "low double-digit" sales increases in its first quarter.
With wireless connectivity spreading like weeds from handsets to laptops to machine-to-machine (M2M) and an increasing variety of consumer electronics, the companies that make the chips to support the connectivity are enjoying a boost to their bottom line.
Dell said Thursday that it lowered its first-quarter results by $100 million to set aside a $100 million reserve it may need to pay out as part of a settlement...
Sales of chips embedded in computers, cell phones and consumer electronics are expected to make a healthy recovery this year after last year's low point.
TI has raised the bottom end of its second-quarter financial guidance after a recovery in its industrial segment boosted sales of its power analogue and embedded processing products.
Motricity expects its initial public offering to bring in less than half of the $250 million IPO it forecast in January, according to documents filed with the SEC.
Taiwan's Foxconn Technology Group, shaken by a spate of suicides at its China plants, said Wednesday it is raising the pay of workers by 30 percent...
The Taiwanese electronics company buffeted by a spate of suicides at its China factories said Friday it will raise the pay of workers by an average of 20 percent.
Lenovo swung to a profit on rising demand for its personal computers but missed analysts' expectations as it spent money to expand its mobile phone business.
The FCC today released the findings of an agency survey on the consumer mobile experience that shows one in six mobile users have experienced "bill shock".
Walmart Tuesday said that it will drop the price on the 16GB iPhone 3GS to $97, cutting the price by more than half...
To keep up with the growing popularity and complexity of wireless services and devices, more service providers are opening their own phone stores or expanding their brick-and-mortar retail arms.
Google gave a rosy outlook on its various forays into the mobile space during its first-quarter results despite low sales estimates...
Sony Ericsson today announced better than expected earnings for the first quarter of 2010.
Over the past several months, I've been talking with the FCC about its small business broadband public-private partnership. The partnership is a piece of the National Broadband Plan.
Following on the heels of a vicious economic environment, iSuppli is predicting another harsh year ahead for contract manufacturers.
Bids for 3G spectrum licenses in India's biggest markets are approaching $1 billion apiece just three days into the two-week auction.
Chinese infrastructure company ZTE posted a 48 percent increase in profits due to lucrative contracts to construct China's 3G networks.
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) said chip sales continued to recover in February as demand for computers and cell phones drove revenue.