The venerable AT&T has seen better days, so it is gratifying to note a success for the company: Springfield, Illinois, the city which gave us Abraham Lincoln, will likely select AT&T to
U.S. wireless data market mid-2006 update: charts, graphs and statistics. Blog Opinion: Google will
If you've read John Dvorak's PC Magazine columns for long enough (and I have, for many years), you would know that adjectives like "timid" and "reticent" aren't usually the first ones
Review: LG VX8500 'Chocolate'. Blog Kiloo exec: Mobile industry
TypePad takes blogging mobile. Blog Registration for Google Code Jam now open.
> WiFi comes to the Gulf: Dubai's Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has launched free wireless Internet service at Dubai International Airport yesterday.
A few months ago the city of Portland, OR unveiled its plan for metro-WiFi with much fanfare. It has been a bumpy road, though, as several problems combined to make the launch of the ambitious
German game developer HandyGames will offer 28 titles as free
Wap Review has posted a speed comparison of various WAP-based mobile mail services. Gmail wins out for speed, but Yahoo has had many years to work on their WAP mail
Large phone companies like Verizon and AT&T never cashed in on the proliferation of search and advertising on the Internet, because big online players like Google and Yahoo had the market