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Verizon Wireless this week released a firmware patch for its Research In Motion (RIM) BlackBerry Storm.
Customers of T-Mobile’s G1 and RIM’s BlackBerry series can make their smartphones a bit more like the Apple iPhone today.
Research In Motion’s new BlackBerry Storm sold out quickly on Friday
Sprint Nextel CDMA President John Garcia has left the company, according to a Reuters report.
The BlackBerry Curve 8900 is coming, starting with T-Mobile in Germany today.
Loopt struck a deal with SnapTrack, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, that should dramatically lower costs for CDMA
Besides voting in a new President, subscribers can make another choice as the new BlackBerry Bold goes on sale via AT&T Wireless today.
Mobile TV solutions provider QuickPlay Media will play a role in the presentation of a Fall Out Boy (FOB) concert in Toronto tonight.
Boost Mobile kicks off a new TV ad campaign focusing on how consumers can make their dollar go further.
AT&T said it earned $3.2 billion in the third quarter of 2008, on revenue of $31.3 billion, up slightly from a year ago.
Nokia not only is contributing the Symbian and S60 mobile operating system to the new Symbian Foundation
As a company, Symbian Ltd. made about $300 million in royalties last year, a revenue stream that will go away in the coming months
The goal of the new Symbian Foundation is to make the handset operating system the most widely used software of any kind in the world.
For Boost Mobile, change is in the air. The prepaid division of Sprint Nextel is expanding its target demographic and switching up its rate plans.
T-Mobile said its previously announced BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 is now shipping.
Verizon Wireless today announced more details of its upcoming BlackBerry Storm phone
Generations of wireless technology, past and present.
AT&T’s debut of the BlackBerry Bold smartphone is delayed because of ongoing testing
Boost Mobile, a division of Sprint Nextel, is now selling Motorola’s i776 phone.
Ericsson and Tatara Systems are collaborating on a CDMA femtocell solution that will provide voice and data services over an IMS core network.
Verizon Wireless today launched its month-to-month service option for customers not interested in signing a 1- or 2-year service contract.
Mobile games are getting more popular, according to the Handango Yardstick for the first half of 2008.
TeleNav is expanding globally. The GPS navigation service provider is now providing TeleNav GPS Navigator for Telcel in Mexico.