Sprint Nextel curbed its losses and continued to narrow postpaid churn in the fourth quarter.
Network infrastructure vendors Huawei and ZTE are taking contracts from their higher-priced competitors.
Shares in Electronic Arts were down about 8 percent in early trading today after the company's earnings forecast fell below Wall Street expectations.
Shares of Deutsche Telekom were up slightly in early morning trading since reports surfaced yesterday that the company is thinking of an initial public offering (IPO) for its T-Mobile USA business.
Vodafone Group posted a 10 percent rise in sales as strength in its Asia-Pacific and Middle East markets offset a slump in European sales.
While overall stocks fell this morning on new jobs data, Cisco shares were trading up slightly, to $23.28...
Alvarion's modest fourth-quarter improvement was not enough to offset a rough year for the WiMAX infrastructure provider.
It might raise an eyebrow or two to learn that the iPhone actually lost almost 2 percent market share in the fourth quarter of 2009.
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) expects chip sales to return to normal patterns after a difficult year for the global semiconductor industry.
The upturn in the global handset market helped Toshiba narrow its third-quarter losses as its NAND flash memory chip business boosted its results.
SpiderCloud Wireless announced the closing of its Series B financing round, raising $25 million.
The recession appears to have ended, at least when it comes to handset sales.
Given a string of impressive earnings in the consumer electronics and wireless sectors recently, the tech industry appears to be improving.
While the iPad may mean competition for the Kindle, Amazon's iconic device isn't dead yet.
AT&T posted strong wireless results for the fourth quarter – a net gain in total wireless subscribers of 2.7 million and 3.1 million iPhone activations...
Motorola posted double-digit sales declines in its troubled handset division despite the recent launches of several highly acclaimed handsets based on Google's popular Android operating system.
Nokia today announced better than expected earnings for its fourth quarter of 2009.
Qualcomm may have posted a marked increase in profit, but it wasn't enough to satisfy Wall Street.
Deloitte took its annual look at what the next year holds for carriers, and came up with one definitive point: It’s going to be a rough one.
Verizon Wireless posted a whopping 2.2 million net customer additions, including acquisitions, in the fourth quarter to end the year with 91.2 million customers...
Apple got a good start out of the gates in 2010. The company announced its earnings yesterday for the first quarter of 2010.
Swedish infrastructure giant Ericsson says it will cut an additional 1,500 jobs as it struggles to compensate for an ongoing slump in sales.
Mobile e-mail and messaging solutions provider Seven reports today that it achieved a full year of profitability in 2009.
Sony Ericsson continued to post losses in its fourth quarter on plummeting sales of its handsets.