It's getting harder than ever to separate the software developers from the content providers. Consider the headline-grabbing events of recent weeks: Nokia introducing Ovi, a new Internet services
Â Nokia's extreme makeover forges on. On Monday, the company announced its biggest acquisition to date, purchasing navigation software developer Navteq for $8.1 billion and continuing (but almost
Palm and Sprint introduced the Centro smart device, the first new Treo design issued in the U.S. market in several years and the smallest Palm smartphone to date. Featuring voice, text, IM, e-mail,
> Margins tighten for carriers in Germany's increasingly competitive wireless market.
Still waiting on official confirmation on Google's much-rumored gPhone handset, but BusinessWeek checks in with insider dish that mobile software firms are reportedly developing services and tools
Google reportedly wants to build--or help someone else build--an undersea fiber cable in the Pacific Ocean to handle growing Internet traffic demands between the East and West. A consortium that
According to an unsourced report in the U.K.'s Guardian, Google is interested in bidding on the spectrum that Ofcom wants to auction next year. Yesterday, Ofcom announced its
Will Sprint put a big dent in the market for fixed-mobile-convergence in the enterprise? The operator has revealed it plans to work with enterprises on the rollout of its WiMAX network, enabling
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