Penetration of mobile phones is approaching, and often exceeding, 100 percent of the population.
Apple poured more fuel onto the iPhone fire yesterday, announcing it had sold 5.2 million iPhones in its fiscal third quarter.
Qualcomm reports earnings for its fiscal third quarter on Wednesday. The following is a summary of key developments and analyst opinion related to the period:
Apple has fundamentally changed the smartphone game, and it could have devastating consequences for Sprint and the Palm.
Despite low levels of inventory on hand, Sprint says the Pre delivered a record sales debut.
Increased competition can hurt a company by putting pricing pressure on products while forcing the company to boost marketing expenditures.
The Palm Pre’s introduction over the weekend was what was expected: a low-key affair, with few devices actually in stock and available
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It looks like it won’t be a blockbuster weekend for the Palm Pre – because not enough units are in stock.
Now there's a touch-screen phone with better software: the Palm Pre.
Of all the wireless events going on this week, how many industry folks do you suppose will be at the Palm Pre launch event in Hollywood tonight?
When Palm’s and Sprint Nextel’s latest bundle of smartphone joy, the Pre, arrives Saturday, it will be entering an increasingly crowded market.
Sprint today announced that it will launch the much-anticipated Palm Pre on June 6.
Palm today announced that the Palm Pre will debut in Canada exclusively
Apple dispelled rumors that it its exclusive relationship with AT&T could come to a close
According to a Sprint Nextel planning document leaked to Engadget, the Palm Pre handset launch will be ready by Saturday, May 16.
Telus customers in Canada can now get their hands on the Palm Treo Pro smartphone.
Businesses continue to make investments in mobility as a way to improve employee productivity.
Companies in the news: Sierra Wireless, CommScope, Andrew, Telular, NTELOS, Starent Networks, Freescale.
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