The technology that has become ubiquitous in today's mobile phones also can be used to pinpoint 911 callers when they're inside homes, apartment buildings or skyscrapers.
The ongoing debate about whether cell phones use causes brain cancer continues to rage. The Danish Cancer Institute today released what is perhaps the most extensive research to date.
An app designed for stadium venues and a M2M glucose monitoring system beat out three other finalists at CTIA’s Fund Fest competition.
Harris yesterday announced the results of a poll, conducted in partnership with CTIA, that gauges the attitudes of consumers and physicians toward mobile healthcare services such as smartphones...
Vertical industries are getting a lot of play at this year’s CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment conference. One of the most promising of those industries is the multi-billion dollar healthcare industry. To that end, 12 startup wireless health companies are being featured by Mobihealthnews at its “Meet the Startups” presentations.
Earlier this year, the upcoming Bluetooth low energy wireless technology specification was chosen by healthcare industry coalition Continua as its choice for wireless technology in the next version of its product design guidelines.
France's top trade official is meeting Friday with the financial director of Apple France to discuss several recent claims by iPhone users that their phone screens cracked or exploded.
The results of a study on brain cancer and cell phone use are already in dispute even though a final draft of the results has yet to be released.
An employee at a factory that makes iPhones in China killed himself after a prototype went missing
Vodafone Group PLC said Tuesday that full-year profit fell 53.5 percent as the company posted heavy impairment charges
Vodafone Group and Telefonica have agreed to share mobile phone networks in four countries
LONDON (AP) —Vodafone Group said that its revenues rose 14 percent in the last three months of 2008 compared to the same period a year earlier.
Vodafone is offering to buy location services specialist Wayfinder Systems for around $30 million, the British carrier said this week.
Vodafone Group has committed to purchasing 10 million ZTE mobile phones as a way to increase its cooperation with China.
Vodafone has teamed up with Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), the largest mobile operator in Russia to form a strategic, non-equity partnership.
October is turning into an ugly month for everyone as the economic crisis continues to play out across the world stage.
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Companies in the News: Vodafone, Verizon Wireless, Thumplay
Vodafone announced a $2 billion buyback program a day after filing a weak financial update.
After a remarkable run against a sagging economy that has sucker-punched many industry sectors, it appears the telecom sector is beginning to show signs of wearing down.
Ghana's parliament was set to decide whether to allow Vodafone to buy 70% of Ghana Telecom last week.
Vodafone and MySpace plan to launch a mobile music platform, called Vodafone Music Reporter.
Verizon Communication is putting the pressure on Vodafone to sell its stake in its U.S. wireless joint venture with Verizon Wireless.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Sprint, Samsung, Vodafone Australia, Cisco, Research In Motion, Glu Mobile, Activision, Miyowa, Quattro Wireless, Mobile Data Now, GyPSii, Garmin, US Telematics, Harris Stratex Networks