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posted in September 2010
In advance of the Windows 7 Phone launch, the carrier will introduce new unlimited talk and text options or unlimited talk and text with metered data use on Oct. 3.
VoIP firm trying to increase revenue-generating opportunities in advance of its IPO.
Long-term evolution service plans priced at $55 or $60 a month, which includes voice calls, texting, and unlimited 4G web.
The agency's final round of Recovery Act broadband funds have been earmarked for "middle mile" projects, which connect broad regional areas.
ConnectX-2 offers 40 Gb/s InfiniBand and 10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity and supports Dell's open approach to data centers.
Google's Android OS has been the focus of new platform work, though the company will continue to support Symbian phones.
The pC960x hardware and software LTE development platform, created to accelerate time to market for small form factor LTE products, has been optimized to deploy LTE femtocells.
Providing users easier access to "dark" fiber networks and a new funding index formula to help keep pace with inflation are among the changes to the Universal Service Fund program.
Airline partnering with ViaSat to begin placing high-capacity satellite broadband on its aircraft within two years.
The Federal Communications Commission aims to show that it can successfully walk the fine line between helping consumers and not stifling business innovation.
Harris Interactive poll finds that people with e-book devices are not only reading more than other Americans, but also more than they did before they owned the technology.
Decision to promote the champion of Verizon's move into CDMA and LTE wireless clarifies the firm's succession plans when current CEO Ivan Seidenberg retires.
Combined, Microsoft and Yahoo captured 28.5% of total U.S. searches in August, while Google slipped 0.4% to a still dominant 65.4%.
Verizon Wireless is expected to offer a CDMA version of Microsoft Windows Phone 7 early next year.
After suing IBM and Novell in a failed attempt to gain control over Unix, SCO Group will now sell its Unix assets following bankruptcy court approval.
A Congressional hearing examining "competition in the evolving digital marketplace" provided a forum for supporters and critics of the search provider.
Aloqa, which notifies cell phone users of nearby places, events, and bargains, will be integrated into the Motoblur service.
Skyhook Wireless claims the search company attempted to block its wireless location technology from being installed on handsets, including those made by Motorola.
Lithium ion battery maker A123 Systems has opened an almost 300,000 square foot plant to produce the company's prismatic cells and systems.
VidyoCast offers TV networks and stations software and hardware to achieve SD/HD quality video transport that Vidyo claims deliver savings equal to one-tenth the cost of satellite transmission.
Elop will tackle the challenge of stemming Nokia's slipping revenue and share against iPhone and Android devices in the worldwide mobile handset market.
Though many predict LTE will eventually dominate the U.S. wireless market, ABI Research has issued a bullish prediction for worldwide adoption of the high-speed mobile networking technology.
Games, social networking, maps are top software categories for users of iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry devices, finds Nielsen.
Time Division Duplex LTE has been targeted at emerging markets, but "multiple operators worldwide" are expected to launch trials of products based on the technology according to Qualcomm.
The firm's Documents To Go productivity app has been a hit with BlackBerry, iPhone, and iPad users.
Most mobile Internet users connected via smartphones, but many use modem-enabled iPads, netbooks and laptops and operators see burgeoning revenue growth in mobile broadband services, according to ABI Research.
The drug store chain is reaping sales from the low price point of the computer, which runs Windows CE 6.0 and has a 7-inch display.
T-Mobile is among the U.S. carriers reportedly evaluating the handset for possible introduction to the U.S. market later this year.
Dell submitted a renewed offer that included a sweetened termination bid approaching $100 million, but 3PAR declined to accept it, clearing the way for HP to acquire the storage company for more than $2.3 billion.
Agency's decision to solicit additional feedback on wireless regulation hailed by industry groups, criticized by public interest organizations.
OpenPlug's tools allow mobile application developers to write an app once and then run on the Android, iPhone, Linux, Windows Mobile and Symbian mobile operating systems.
Deal would help Sprint get funding to complete its WiMax rollout, and give T-Mobile a foothold in the 4G wireless market.