Companies in today’s briefs include: LTE SAE Trial Initiative, Softbank, Apple, Globacom, Mobile Marketing Association, Advanced Interactive Sciences, Amdocs Management, Buzzd, Cha Cha Search, Comverse, Cox Newspapers, Fox News Channel, Handmade Mobile Entertainment, Inside Mobile, mInfo Information Technology, Mobile Traffic Network, Telefónica, uLocate Communications, VoodooVox, Western Union Mobile, Whoop
Companies in today's briefs include: Motorola, Contec Innovations, Agence France-Presse, BUZmob Mobile Media Network, Sony Ericsson, iQmetrix, Work Software Systems, Speck, iPhone 3G, Brightpoint, Synchronoss, Cellular One of Northeast Pennsylvania, Info Directions, Millennial Media
Deutsche Telekom’s mobile unit T-Mobile announced it will sell Apple’s next generation iPhone for 1 euro ($1.54) with a 69 euro ($107) monthly contract in Germany.
Speech solutions provider Nuance Communications unveiled a prototype for voice search capabilities shown on the Apple iPhone.
Spanish telecom Telefonica announced that it will offer Apple’s next generation iPhone in 12 Latin American countries.
Along with the updated 3G iPhone, Apple also announced yesterday a revamped business model for sales of its beloved handset.
In all the excitement surrounding the upcoming $199 8 GB iPhone 3G, don’t forget there’s another contingent of the industry that’s feeling some love for Apple: mobile advertising.
As you might imagine, a lot of folks are seizing the moment to weigh in on the latest iPhone news.
Softbank announced that it will be selling Apple’s popular iPhone in Japan later this year.
It was just a year ago that the industry was buzzing over the imminent launch of Apple’s iPhone, and here we are again, all aflutter.
After only one day at the new one-iPhone-per-customer limit, AT&T reverted to its previous practice of three iPhones per customer.
Apple is beginning to make its smartphone available to overlapping carriers in various countries.
Apple and America Movil announced they have signed a deal to bring the iPhone to more than a dozen Latin American countries.
In a break from the company’s usual exclusive partner model, both Vodafone and Telecom Italia will be offering Apple’s iPhone in Italy.
We are still two months out from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, where CEO Steve Jobs is expected show off his new iPhone.
Canada’s largest telecom, Rogers Communications, posted more than double first quarter profits, due in part to growing Internet and digital cable subscribers. Rogers earned $339 million or 53 cents a share for the quarter, up from $167 million or 26 cents a share for the same quarter a year earlier. Revenue was up 14% to $2.56 billion.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Panasonic, T-Mobile, RF Micro Devices, U Mobile, fring, Apple, Nokia Siemens Networks, Wataniya Telecom Algerie, Vodafone, Mobilkom Austria, NextPoint
Two independent companies found a way to work together and deliver one of the hottest handsets of the last decade.
The Apple iPhone on AT&T’s network gets a lot of credit for getting customers to use the mobile Web, listen to music, watch video and hook up on social networks.
Although Apple’s iPhone hasn’t been officially released in China, Pearl Research finds consumer reaction rather mixed.
T-Mobile has cut the price of the iPhone in Germany from $626 to $156, in advance of the expected release of a new model.
LAS VEGAS—Apple has no public presence at the CTIA Wireless show, and might never come to the largest wireless show in the United States. But its shadow still hangs over this year’s event.
The iPhone already is the most popular device for accessing news and information on the mobile Web, with 85% of iPhone uses accessing news and information during January, reports M:Metrics.
Two new reports have come out about the iPhone’s place in the wireless marketplace. One from M:Metrics cites Apple’s handset as the most popular device for accessing news and information on the mobile Web