"We are here, in fighting shape, and we will compete aggressively to win and retain customers by delivering compelling 4G services,"...
Intel had more than an hour to make the case for all that is Intel during a late-day keynote Tuesday at 2012 International CES...
Indeed, there's something magical about watching our already precious and magical mobile devices superimpose another layer of information over the existing world.
The 2012 International CES got off to a good start Tuesday with a Day One keynote from Paul Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm.
Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer on Monday evening delivered his company's final keynote at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Sprint's LTE network hasn't launched yet, but that didn't stop the operator from coming out with the first three devices for the service at 2012 International CES...
Millennial Media isn't turning a profit just yet, but that doesn't mean it can't raise $75 million through an IPO.
The largest trade show in the Americas must be a great place to show off new products, right? Wrong.
With three major carriers offering LTE service today, and a fourth on deck for 2012, the U.S. has taken the lead in 4G network rollouts.
Inside Secure gives some more evidence that OEMs are taking NFC seriously.
There are a multitude of factors that complicate the FCC's seemingly simple plan to repurpose underused television spectrum for mobile broadband.
Clearwire may be losing Sprint as a wholesale WiMAX customer, but it appears that it has gained Sprint as a wholesale LTE customer.
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Sure, Jumio, shopkick and Tango have competition in their respective markets, but they think they’ve found a way to do things better.
SAN DIEGO—Let's get one thing straight: No one's going to Mars after the CTIA Enterprise & Applications show.
SAN DEIGO—Sprint CEO Dan Hesse couldn't leave the keynote stage Tuesday without a jab at AT&T...
SAN DIEGO—Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, chairman of the CTIA, used his keynote address at Tuesday's opening session of the CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2011 show to argue wireless telecommunication is the most important industry in the world, not only in size but in its impact on civilization.
The penetration rate of wireless devices in the United States – the number of connections per person – has passed 100 percent.
The emergence of WiMAX, LTE and HSPA+ networks has brought increased speed and capacity to mobile devices.
The Wireless History Foundation added four new members to its Wireless Hall of Fame at a lavish reception last night...
Wireless Week's - CTIA Enterprise & Applications - October 11, 12 & 13 2011
Samsung and Google today announced that they have cancelled the planned "Samsung Mobile Unpacked: The Google Episode"...
Samsung's forthcoming "Samsung Mobile Unpacked: The Google Episode" event at this year's CTIA show might also include the official rollout of Google's next iteration of its Android platform.