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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in August 2007
Despite the apparent focus on Apple's iPod at an event on Sept. 5, European telecom companiess are among those anxious for a chance to catch iPhone fire.
Three executives got sentences that range from a year and a day to several years in prison.
Users are able to collaborate by linking HP Halo Collaboration Studios to Tandberg's conference room and desktop-based systems.
The trial will feature 25 live content channels and test Clipcasting media, a short-format video content service that can be viewed on mobile devices after it has been stored.
The media players will support a wide variety of file formats for downloading and playing music and video.
Sheldon Adelson, a force behind Comdex, trades in his computer chips for casino chips in Macau.
The platform is a rebundling of Nokia services such as its N-Gage games and its Nokia Music store that sync up with existing social networks, communities, and content.
The StrataXGS devices will give developers an effective tool to deploy secure unified communications infrastructures, Broadcom said.
A worldwide survey of 1,600 corporate computer users shows that mobile users are more likely to send confidential information via instant messaging and e-mail.
Sprint expects mobile Internet services to be availble to New Yorkers in late 2008.
The fast wireless connection is provided via the ubiquitous SIM card that is universally used by cell phone service providers using the GSM standard.
Nearly four of 10 companies surveyed have suffered application performance problems due to the convergence of communications apps, the survey says.
Apple is said to be asking for 10% of the revenue from iPhone voice and data usage in Europe, a deal that would make other handset providers green with envy.
In a court filing, a new iteration of SunRocket called SunRocket LLC asked that Vonage return its customer list and be required to award it monetary damages.
Jingle currently attracts more than 20 million calls a month and market research analysts predict its growth rate is expanding more than 200% a year.
D'Amelio's and Quigley's departures solve part of the problem created when the two companies merged and several executives found they were sharing similar job titles.
Motorola's share of market dropped to 14.9%, down from 21.9% in the same quarter a year ago.
The companies are strengthening their offerings, simultaneously beginning to collaborate and compete with each other.
Amid a lifetime of collecting teddy bears and other toys, he stumbled onto the telephone network and began using his perfect pitch and whistling ability to place free calls.
Even though the FCC didn't adopt all of the auction rules that Google sought, the search engine company "probably" will submit a bid for the spectrum, Schmidt says.
The design lets hardware makers maximize sound quality by allowing them to pre-set equalizers and perfect echo cancellation.
The study conflicts with the conclusions of more than 125 earlier studies, which generally found that cell phone usage tended to increase the incidence of accidents.
About 700 LSI employees are slated to join Infineon's Communications Solutions business group.
Microsoft Windows Update patches caused a high number of restarts that affected Skype's network resources, officials said.
Donovan was sentenced to 200 hours of community service, two years of probation, and fined $625.
The TILE64 is targeting embedded applications like networking and digital video, and is not meant to compete with multicore processors being marketing by Intel and AMD.
Dedicated this week, the 55-square-mile municipal wireless network traces its genesis to a dog.
Alcatel-Lucent is offering a range of products and services that can help users of the 2.1-GHz band move their applications to other frequencies.
The so-called "white space devices" will be embedded in laptops and smartphones and use unregulated spectrum.
Vonage reported that revenue for the second quarter jumped 43% to $206 million while its adjusted loss from operations narrowed to $18 million from $60 million a year ago.
The two firms will operate primarily in the 2.5 GHz wireless band.
Nokia has partnered with Broadcom, which will supply silicon for Nokia's Edge network products. Both companies have had legal battles with Qualcomm.
The new satellite infrastructure is expected to offer advanced services ranging from high-bandwidth data to voice and short messaging services.
In another development, Qualcomm reported Tuesday that a federal judge has ruled that the company 'committed misconduct' during litigation with Broadcom by failing to produce thousands of documents.
The inaugural flight begins this week between New York and Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Acopia's software provides a variety of functions including automatic data migration, tiering, load balancing, snapshots and replication.
The LiMo Foundation, which is developing a Linux-based platform for mobile phones, expects the first handsets using its platform will begin appearing during the first half of 2008.
Buyers of Lenovo ThinkPad notebook PCs can now get Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 preloaded on their machines.
John J. Donavan Sr. faces charges of concocting a fake murder attempt on his own life.
Passenger testing will be conducted on American Airlines' fleet of Boeing 767-200 aircraft.
IDC noted that Samsung shipped 37.4 million units in the quarter for a market share of 13.7%, fueled in large part by its Ultra Special devices.
Despite the second quarter good news, the handset maker indicated it is still struggling with its Nokia Siemens wireless infrastructure business.
CheckFree's electronic commerce business processes more than 1 billion transactions annually for 21 of the top 25 financial institutions.
Second-quarter income more than doubles over the previous year's, to $246 million.
The winners of the contract can compete for individual government IT projects ranging from software applications to networking deployments.
Luxembourg satellite operator SES Global and ViaSat also are involved in discussions that could lead to the implementation of Internet service in Lufthansa's planes.