Chet Kanojia brought his Project Decibel out of stealth with the announcement of Starry, a wireless Internet provider that may make waves in mobile.
Over the past several weeks, the American public has seen a stark contrast between the two major political parties in their views about the role of government in business, particularly small business. In a campaign speech in Roanoke, Virginia, President Obama emphasized the importance of government support for business in a wide range of activities from infrastructure such as roads to Internet research and development.
Belgacom, Belgium's largest telco, plans to deploy an LTE network, with initial tests scheduled to start this year in four locations. The company said it will use its existing 1800MHz licence to
Faced with being labelled as little more than a dumb pipe, Vodafone is expected to announce a significant overhaul of its mobile Internet service. The move will see the Live! brand replaced with
Mobile Web 2.0 seems to be the latest catch-phrase to describe the newest iteration of the wireless Internet. Juniper Research predicts the mobile Web market will be worth $22.5 billion in 2013. But
Last July AT&T announced that subscribers to its highest-speed DSL services could
Mesh networking company Tropos Networks announced the appointment of veteran sales executive Tom Ayers as president and CEO. Ayers will take the helm from Ron Sege who will continue to serve as an
Sprint Nextel's senior vice president, mobile broadband operations Atish Gude believes that the company's forthcoming WiMAX network will be a big hit with content providers and enterprises. Gude, who
Clairmail announced that it has been working with VeriSign to offer financial institutions various mobile banking solutions. The vendors were surprised at the high level of interest from large banks
At the RBC Capital Markets North American Technology Summit yesterday in San Francisco Verizon CTO Dick Lynch gave investors some insight into his new role and how he will bring together the wireless