Two research firms released their first-quarter tallies on global handset shipments, both indicating a big slowdown
Ericsson announced its first-quarter earnings, posting a 35 percent fall in net profit
Motorola is scheduled to report its first-quarter results on Thursday morning
The buzz coming from the floor of CTIA Wireless 2009 was all about mobile applications.
ABI Research says first-quarter handset sales were not nearly as dire as early forecasts had predicted.
Companies in the news: Kyocera, Motricity, T-Mobile USA, ZTE, Semtech, Freescale, Lenco Mobile, Cellufun, Motorola, MobiCom, Ericsson.
The handset segment generated 940 billion won in operating profits compared to last quarter’s figure of 160 billion
LG Mobile Phones is offering creative minds a chance to help design a new phone – and it’s offering cash incentives.
LG Electronics stayed in the red for a second straight quarter, knocked by foreign exchange losses and
The growing prevalence of 3G networks is enabling broader bandwidth for mobile devices.
A number of carriers have added more variety to their handset portfolios, specifically focusing on mid-range smartphones that facilitate text messaging.
Shares of Nokia spiked almost 12 percent in early morning trading on better-than-expected device shipments.
In-Stat says that while subscriptions will continue to grow, handset sales could drop by as much as 20 percent worldwide in 2009.
The growing portfolio of mobile Internet devices was a high point during a Webinar put on by the Yankee Group yesterday.
Nearly half of the respondents in the 40-59 age bracket expected a touchscreen on a $50 mobile device.
Leap Wireless International’s Cricket Communications isn’t the only no-contract carrier to offer a new touchscreen device.
LAS VEGAS—Real Phone Card Corporation announced the product launch of the CARD Mobile Phone, designed for prominent branding and personalization.
After worldwide beta testing, Bitstream has upgraded its handset Web browser BOLT with several new features, including copy and paste capabilities
LAS VEGAS—HTC today debuted its newest qwerty smartphone, the HTC Snap.
Mobile Broadband: Not So Plug and Play Multimedia Phones &Mobile Video Viewing Light PC Internet Users vs. Heavy Users Survey Measures Employee Satisfaction.
In Asian countries like Japan and South Korea, it’s not uncommon to see train and bus commuters watching broadcast TV on their mobile devices. Part of the appeal for this type of service is the lower cost, due to the fact that the carrier’s network is not streaming any data.
At a time when big industry players are laying out their strategies for adopting LTE, SouthernLINC Wireless is sticking to its iDEN guns, thank you very much.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) was originally designed to deter the use of technology to circumvent copyright-protected works. But the act also allows exemptions where access control technology restricts people from making non-infringing use of the copyright works.
Mobile use of Internet search engines grew 14 percent between 2007 and 2008, according to a survey conducted by research firm ABI Research.
Differentiating the customer experience remains a complicated challenge.