Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and Juniper Networks have received the regulatory OK for their joint venture that will offer a carrier Ethernet solution for mobile backhaul, business and residential broadband networks.
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) has appointed Rajeev Suri as CEO, effective Oct. 1.
Companies in today's briefs include: Frost & Sullivan, Nokia, Harris Stratex Networks, Informa, ZTE.
MPAM Wireless has submitted a $750 million bid for Nortel’s wireless assets.
Apple has fundamentally changed the smartphone game, and it could have devastating consequences for Sprint and the Palm.
The rumors promised and Apple delivered: the old iPhone 3G priced at $99, and a new, much faster version of the device, the 3GS
Apple today will kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, Calif.
"App stores" are all the rage at the moment, and no wonder.
Apple has pulled another application from its App Store, adding to the controversy surrounding the company’s approval process.
To understand the next big thing in wireless, AT&T’s Glenn Lurie couldn’t help but explain what made the iPhone such a game-changer.
Now a company is offering version 2.2.1 of its unlocking software for the iPhone 3G.
Apple’s rumored move into the chip-making business for the iPhone could change things for ARM Holdings
Rumors come amidst a parallel discussion surrounding the renewal of Apple’s exclusive iPhone contract with AT&T
Nintendo has owned the portable video-game market — first with the Game Boy, now with the DS
Apple investors will get an advisory vote on executive compensation, the company said Monday
Mobile operators are looking for ways to increase the (ARPU) from their subscriber base.
The buzz coming from the floor of CTIA Wireless 2009 was all about mobile applications.
Citing anonymous sources, USA Today reported that Verizon Wireless and Apple are in talks to bring a CDMA version of the iPhone to Verizon’s network.
The Apple App Store yesterday announced its one billionth application download and 35,000 available applications in nine months of business.
Apple dispelled rumors that it its exclusive relationship with AT&T could come to a close
AT&T’s first-quarter profit fell 9 percent on continued wireline defections and underfunded pension benefits.
AT&T’s contract with Apple to be the exclusive retailer of the iPhone ends next year.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs remains closely involved in key aspects of running the company despite being on medical leave.
I didn't see it coming. I bought the iPhone because it is the Swiss Army knife of gadgets – a video iPod, phone and Web browser and more.