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Handset makers poised for a shakeup in 2009

In the face of a global economic downturn and weakening demand, handset makers and vendors affiliated with cell phone components are probably headed toward a large shakeup, according to a report in

BlackBerry Storm available Nov. 21 for $199

There's a Storm coming. Verizon Wireless announced that its long-awaited smartphone, Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm, will be available Nov. 21 for $199.99, with a two-year service contract and

Rumor Mill: BlackBerry Storm will sell for $219

Verizon Wireless' launch date for Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm is still uncertain, but preliminary pricing appears to have leaked. According to a screenshot of the prices, the phone is

Apple passed RIM in smartphone market in Q3

When Apple announced that it had sold 6.9 million iPhones in its fiscal fourth quarter, Apple CEO Steve Jobs proclaimed that his company had passed Research In Motion in units shipped in the quarter.

Verizon releases BlackBerry Storm data plan prices

Updated: Read- BlackBerry Storm available Nov. 21 for $199 Ahead of its expected launch later this month, Verizon Wireless has released some details about its voice and data plan prices for

Holiday Handset Guide Slideshow- Giving the gift of wireless Part II

FierceWireless compiled this guide to holiday handsets that U.S. operators will be featuring during the upcoming buying season. In the second of this two-part series, we look the high-end handsets.

BlackBerry Bold arrives in AT&T stores

The long-awaited BlackBerry Bold smartphone is finally on sale in AT&T stores nationwide. Beginning today consumers can purchase the phone, which uses AT&T's HSPA network, for $299.99. Voice

Pics: Holiday Handsets for over $150

In BlackBerry battle, Bold has WiFi access, Storm does not

Fives days from the launch of Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold, AT&T Mobility is firing the first salvo in its upcoming battle with the BlackBerry Storm, which Verizon Wireless is launching

Data services help mobile providers weather bad economy

Maybe people are using their cell phones to learn how much money their 401(k) has lost. Maybe they're checking email or the weather. Whatever the reason, data services are big business for wireless