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posted in December 2007
Still, price cuts and coupons produce mixed results as shopping spending overall was lackluster, according to analysts with ComScore.
The agreement, which also involved Digital Packet Licensing patents acquired by Nortel, centered on the use of 411 and emergency calls.
Technology from BAE Systems aims to let public safety personnel who use different communications systems to talk to each other in real time.
The company said the restatements were not attributable to any misconduct and that billing problems were the main issue.
Andrew specializes in a variety of wireless technologies, including radio, 3G, microwave, satellite, radar, and military communications.
Several nonprofit library and archival organizations begin to make accessible U.S. historical documents, including President John Adams' entire library.
EMC has offered Document Sciences' xPression product suite since May 2005 on its EMC Documentum 5.3 platform.
DoCoMo's relationship with Google may give it an edge over Softbank and KDDI, local reports suggest.
Officials in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont oppose a plan to hand over older operations to FairPoint Communications.
iSuppli had predicted a 9.3% jump in revenue, but is now only expecting revenue to increase 7.5% to $291.4 billion in 2008.
NXP says GloNav's technology will let it offer a broader connectivity suite to the mobile phone market.
The U.K. company specializes in helping businesses make the most out of their storage infrastructure.
A market research company's survey found 24% want GPS on their next cell phone, while 19% want Internet access.
The latest financial filing shows the firm's gross margins were the highest recorded by 3Com in recent years.
The two firms had an agreement a year ago, but the deal fell apart when problems surfaced with ECHO's service to online gamers.
Vendors can submit their 2.3 GHz and 2.5 GHz gear for testing to the WiMax Forum's lead certification lab in Spain.
Google has attracted the most attention among the bidders because the search engine company has called for 'open' use of spectrum.
Nacchio's defense attorneys argued that the trial judge kept a law professor from testifying on Nacchio's behalf during the jury trial.
The contract calls for iRobot to deliver as many as 3,000 robots and spare parts over the next five years.
Hesse faces a host of challenges, including whether to proceed with Sprint's scheduled $5 billion rollout of WiMax and how to stop customers from defecting.
Cognos 8 Go! Mobile BI enables users to get their decision-support information either over the Internet or over selected devices.
The service, available on all U.S. wireless and landline phones, is supported by advertising.
Alltel is the first of the Big Five U.S. wireless service providers to offer the service to its subscribers.
Some 1.5 million Verizon phone lines in northern New England are slated to be moved to FairPoint.
The frequencies are attractive for use in rural areas with low populations or for operators planning countrywide access, the company says.
Wall Street financier Carl Icahn argues that breaking up Motorola would likely improve the company's long-suffering finances and stock price.
Administrative Law Judge Paul J. Luckern ruled that GSM/GPRS/Edge handsets manufactured by Nokia don't infringe on three Qualcomm patents.
The technology will be able to use existing FireWire 800 cables and connectors while delivering a major boost in performance.
A decision isn't likely to be made until a new CEO is named, probably after the new year, executives have said.
The move is a prelude to spreading WiMax to other cities and regions in the countries that made up what was the former Soviet Union.
The most common problems were time, budget, and maintenance overruns, according to the Tata survey.
Software-defined radio technology can help public safety agencies and commercial interests share the 700 MHz band, one group argues.
The top news stories based on searches were the execution of Sadaam Hussein, the Iran conflict, the Pakistan conflict, global warming, and the iPhone.
The network connects major U.S. cities and includes 18,000 miles of optical ultra-long- haul routes.
The electronics chain's online auction effort and its strategy of targeting small and medium-sized businesses haven't been enough to staunch the financial bleeding.
The airline is testing a service for its Airbus A320 planes in a partnership with Yahoo and Research In Motion.
In its ITC filing, IBM says it has repeatedly tried to reach a licensing agreement with ASUS.
The judge's approval of 200 hours of community service drew comments from law enforcement officials frustrated by an MIT professor who faked his own death.
Orange expects to sell up to 100,000 iPhones by the end of the year and between 400,000 and 500,000 by the end of 2008.
CradlePoint's pocket-sized PHS300 can be combined with a 3G cellular modem or 3G handset to create its own access point.
German consumers eager to obtain an unlocked phone can still go to bordering France and purchase an iPhone from France Telecom's Orange service provider.
A survey says 13% of large firms intend to add IT staff in early 2008, with Windows administration and networking topping their needs list.
Not only do 35% of U.S. kids between 8 and 12 surveyed own their phone, they also favor wallpapers, music, and games, a Nielsen survey found.
Telecom magnate Li Ka-shing's planned $60 million investment could help propel the social network's business in Asian markets.
Noting that there were 2.6 million pay phones in service in 1998, but just 1 million today, AT&T said it expects "independent providers" to fill the service gap.