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Cingular's BlackJack, a Pearl/Dash/Q contender

First T-Mobile's Dash, now Cingular's BlackJack (photo). The

Motorola to acquire Good Technology

Big news for the wireless email sector today: Motorola has signed a definitive agreement with Good Technology to acquire the company. Industry analysts see the move as a delayed reaction to

NTP sues Palm for patent infringement

NTP is back in lawsuit mode. The company, which forced BlackBerry maker RIM to settle the patent lawsuit between the two earlier this year, said it is suing Palm. It alleges that Palm's products,

Mobile Gmail out of beta

Google's free email service, Gmail has been widely accessible via mobile devices for some time, but the company just made it a whole lot easier (

Report: Mobiles allowed on 1/2 of airlines by '08

By the end of 2008, nearly one half of airlines worldwide will allow calls from mobile phones while in flight, according to the most recent annual survey conducted by Airline IT Trends.

Verizon, Plaxo make adding contacts easier

Verizon Wireless subscribers can now use Plaxo's software to automatically update the list of contacts in their phone by porting the information over from email programs like those offered by

ALSO NOTED: Nokia teams with Orange for S60; Pyramid on MVNOs; and much more...

> Qualcomm responds to Broadcom's ITC move with a strategic press release that brings the spotlight back to the misappropriation case.

Cingular launches $150 productivity/multimedia device

Cingular Wireless launched its second productivity and multimedia device for $150. This time, the device is based on Windows Mobile 5.0 and branded under the Cingular name from HTC.

Cingular debuts another $150 smart phone

Cingular Wireless launched its second productivity and multimedia device for $150. This time, the device is based on Windows Mobile 5.0 and branded under the Cingular name from HTC. The E62 smart

FEATURE: Muni-WiFi vendors play critical role in driving applications

If you're a mobile or wireless application vendor wanting to increase your revenues, consider municipal wireless networks. There's going to be a spike in businesses purchasing these applications