Shares of Sprint Nextel Corp. jumped for a second day Tuesday as investors cheered signals that the lagging telecommunications company is getting stronger.
Motricity has updated its bid to go public with improved financial figures that indicate the managed service company has cut its losses over the past year.
Ringtone provider LiveWire Mobile swung to a profit in its fourth quarter and managed to narrow its full year losses on an uptick.
Sprint Nextel's shares held steady despite a credit downgrade from Standards & Poor's Rating Services.
According to a report by ABI Research, mobile end-user ARPUs dropped between 6 percent to 9 percent globally...
Qualcomm has announced a 12 percent increase in its quarterly dividend and plans to buy back up to $3 billion worth of stock...
Global chip sales rose 47.2 percent in January as global economies began to show some signs of life...
Leap Wireless International is blaming increased competition, higher unemployment and "less tenured" customers in its new markets.
Novatel Wireless shares were down more than 8 percent at one point this morning, trading at $7.35.
Spanish telecom company Telefonica SA said Friday its fourth-quarter net profit rose 22 percent as an increase in customer numbers in Latin America helped boost revenue.
T-Mobile USA racked up prepaid subscribers but still managed to report annual, as well as sequential, losses.
Shares in MetroPCS Communications were trading up more than 6 percent, to $6.68, at one point this morning after the company reported favorable fourth-quarter results.
U.S. Cellular added 39,000 net retail customers in the fourth quarter, 26,000 of which were postpaid and 13,000 were prepaid.
Palm says its 2010 sales will come in "well below" what it expected after carriers placed lower-than-expected orders for its devices.
If Clearwire's fourth-quarter results are any indication, things seem to be turning around for the mobile WiMAX company.
Palm shares fell Tuesday as analysts raised concerns that the smartphones the company recently released through Verizon Wireless are not selling well.
Norway's Opera Software ASA reported Monday an 87 percent drop in fourth-quarter profits, due to increased operating costs and a dip in revenue.
Willcom Inc., a Japanese mobile phone company controlled by private equity giant Carlyle Group, filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday.
Canadian operator Rogers Communications reported that it had a difficult fourth quarter despite a slight uptick in sales.
Motorola is keeping in lock step with American business culture by offering extravagant bonuses to its executives, even in the event of failure.
TuneWiki, a social music and karoke service, has announced further backing from DoCoMo Capital, the corporate venture arm of NTT DoCoMo.
Straightforward and deliberate might be adjectives to describe Bob Kimball's delivery of his first quarterly conference call with investors since being appointed acting CEO of RealNetworks.
Struggling infrastructure company Alcatel-Lucent swung to a profit in its fourth quarter...
Optical technology company JDS Uniphase (JDSU) plans to acquire Agilent's LTE testing business for $165 million in cash.