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posted in October 2010
Apple, RIM, HTC and Motorola have been unaffected by component shortages, but Nokia has struggled with supplies of AMOLED and semiconductor components for low-cost handsets, according to ABI Research.
Chief executive Immelt announces EV order, which could boost car battery developer A123 Systems, in which GE is a major stockholder.
Sen. Rockefeller hails Verizon decision to deploy in West Virginia, where Charleston leads rollout schedule.
Third-quarter financials boasted the mobile unit's first profit in three years, spurred by sales of its smartphones.
The Harvard students depicted in “The Social Network” are reportedly involved in settlement talks with Facebook.
The printer manufacturer also announced the retirement of its longtime CEO and unveiled a software development kit for its all-in-one inkjets.
Mobile broadband deployment growing in North America and Japan, says LTE infrastructure provider.
Chairman Julius Genachowski says 300 additional megahertz of spectrum is needed by 2014 to keep pace with mobile usage.
While reporting the mobile company's rosy 3Q financials, CEO Stephen Elop said Nokia's two mobile operating systems would be linked via the Qt framework.
The USB-LTE 7110 can deliver real-time multimedia apps, according to Motorola, which also introduced a WiMax Access point and base station.
Designed for 4G LTE and WiMax deployments, the Tsunami GX800 delivers low latency capable of handling voice and video backhaul in carrier, enterprise and video surveillance.
Chief software architect took over five years ago, but R&D in Bay State never quite meshed with Redmond.
Storage appliances, ranging from 64GB to 256GB in capacity, target small and medium size businesses and creative professionals.
Wireless carriers will be required to alert consumers when they are about rack up additional charges, if the proposal is adopted.
Billed as a "big data" appliance, the system supports data loading performance of 10 terabytes an hour and is the foundation of EMC's new Data Computing Products Division.
ComScore reports that more U.S. mobile phone users blog or use social networks than in other regions, while European users lead in texting and Japanese users are online most.
The plug-in will allow users to launch telepresence-quality Vidyo conferencing within an Adobe Connect session.
Cisco, Juniper Networks, Alcatel-Lucent, Amdocs and Ericsson were selected to participate in the centers, which will employ a "speed dating" approach to bring commercial products and services quickly to market.
Microsoft will still give "premium partner" AT&T top billing at next week's mobile operating system launch.
The Wi-Fi Alliance reports that more than 1,100 products have been certified since the launch of its Wi-Fi Certified 802.11n testing program.
A T-Mobile Clearwire combination is rumored with the resignation of Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and two others likely to ease antitrust concerns.