Â After months of rumors, Google is reportedly closing in on the worldwide launch of its branded handset, the so-called gPhone. Internet speculation went into overdrive during the holiday weekend,
As the international media waits with baited breath for the Google phone, the United States Patent and Trademark Office just
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According to widespread rumors, Microsoft is interested in buying BlackBerry maker, Research In Motion, which is an old, tired rumor that won't seem to go away. Many reports speculate that the fever
> Amdocs' QPass digital commerce unit has processed more than $2.5 billion in transactions.
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Sprint has announced that Samsung will lead the build-out of its New York WiMAX market, making the vendor responsible for the manufacture and installation of radio access equipment, chipsets and
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â All the carriers' lobbyists Between the ITC ban on Qualcomm's chipsets and the "open access" debate for the upcoming 700 MHz auction, regulatory issues were top of mind for wireless
Google is reportedly closing in on the worldwide launch of its much-rumored branded handset, the so-called gPhone. According to Business Standard, the search giant is currently in discussions with
YouTube is taking heat from German Jewish groups enraged over Nazi content posted on the video hosting website, according to reports coming out of Frankfurt and Berlin. The offending videos are said