LAS VEGAS—Nokia has enjoyed a market-leading run on the world stage, but North America has not been its strong suit.
Besides a smattering of handsets, Motorola’s Home & Networks Mobility division will be showcasing some of its wares at the Consumer Electronics Show later this week.
Sprint Nextel CDMA President John Garcia has left the company, according to a Reuters report.
Loopt struck a deal with SnapTrack, a subsidiary of Qualcomm, that should dramatically lower costs for CDMA
Generations of wireless technology, past and present.
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.
Mexican CDMA operator Iusacell will offer its customers a roaming option at the Beijing Olympics, the company and its technology partner Aicent said today.
At a news conference yesterday, Beijing insisted that its telecommunications services are ready for showcasing during the upcoming Olympics.
Last November, Verizon Wireless announced that it had selected Long Term Evolution (LTE) for eventual deployment of “fourth generation” technology.
Australian mobile carrier Telstra announced that beginning at midnight next Monday it will begin the process of closing down its CDMA network across the country.
Russia’s largest CDMA operator, Sky Link, is extending its contract with Qualcomm to offer and host BREW services throughout Eastern Europe