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posted in April 2010
RIM entered the top five for the first time, pushing Motorola off the list of the world's best-selling mobile phone makers.
The Google-owned site reached 75% of the 180 million Internet users who watched online video in March.
Ethernet switches, application delivery controllers, and WAN optimization equipment are particular growth spots in data center equipment.
Strong sales of the Droid smartphone by Verizon Wireless were a bright spot.
The biggest losses were in manufacturing, while software services gained positions, according to TechAmerica.
The updated operating system will offer a faster browser, better touchscreen technology, and support for older devices, the company said.
Prepaid signups held strong in the first quarter as the company held out hope that its nationwide 4G network will return it to profitability.
CleanAir technology identifies the Wi-Fi interference challenges that haunt many wireless networks, company says.
Sales of wireless handset at the electronics retailer surged more than 60% in the first quarter.
Developers helped convince Motorola to use Skyhook location technology in future Google Android devices.
The Apple device must pass wireless interference regulatory tests before it's allowed into certain countries, including South Korea.
Valued wireless contract subscribers are petering out while pre-paid consumers are gaining.
Qwest, which has suffered from insider trading and accounting scandals, laid off some workers in its fiber optic unit this week, ahead of the stock transaction.
Travelers stranded by the Icelandic volcano are using telepresence and videoconferencing to stay in contact with their businesses.
Three U.S. cities sit atop Akamai's global Net speed survey, but 62% of the world's fastest cities are in Asia.
Analysts see continued growth for navigation, led by explosive demand for cell phones with GPS functionality.
Focusing its new smartphone business on Google's Android platform, Lenovo may also have designs on Palm, which could be looking for a strategic partner.
Venture capital interest in clean technologies and a more active start than last year may signal a turnaround in tech investing.
Canadian carrier SaskTel is switching to GSM and building its 3G network and says it's ready for Apple's next-gen iPhone.
Strong sales of the company's smartphones push the company to a $25 million first quarter profit.
Veteran government technology advisor and leader Blair Levin has been an advocate for spreading Internet usage among technologically underserved Americans.
Lawmakers and lobbyists are urging the FCC to decide whether broadband should be classified as a telecommunications service or an information service.
The center will help Verizon's technology partners develop innovative Long Term Evolution wireless products.
More than 500,000 iPads shipped during the first week of U.S. sales, Apple says.
The Zylo and the Spiro handsets combine music features with social networking features.
The Nokia E5, like the C6, is Symbian-based and demonstrates the company's commitment to the popular OS even as it develops its new MeeGo operating system with Intel.
A court ruling prevents the FCC from stopping Internet access providers from blocking some Internet access services -- for now.
The deal strengthens HP's Converged Infrastructure strategy and its China business as well as its competitive position against Cisco.