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Sprint soft launches WiMAX in three markets

Sprint has soft launched its WiMAX network this week in Chicago and Baltimore-Washington D.C. as

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Nokia debuts mobile video service

Continuing its acceleration into the multimedia space, Nokia announced Medeo, a new mobile streaming video service created by mobile services and software developer Starcut. Accessed through the

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TI lowers Q4 outlook over mobile chipsets

Texas Instruments has lowered its expectations for the fourth quarter: Semiconductor revenue should come in between $3.43 billion to $3.57 billion, according to the company. That estimate is down

T-Mobile USA launches Katalyst for @Home

T-Mobile USA has launched yet another UMA phone for its T-Mobile @Home service: Samsung's t739 Katalyst. The carrier already offers the Nokia

HD video on handset within two years

With MMS traffic still only a fraction of mobile operators' data traffic, the likelihood of them wanting to subsidise a handset that is capable of recording high-definition video will need some

UMA out of favour at Telecom Italia

The Italian operator Telecom Italia (TI) has terminated its commercial FMC service, blaming interference from the national telecoms regulator, Agcom, and lack of UMA-enabled handsets. The company

Rumour Mill: New Year reorg for Nokia management

In an effort to make the internal reporting structure easier to manage, Nokia is planning a major revamp of its distribution and corporate branch structures. These changes, which happen at a time

Nokia share price slumps on poor infrastructure margins

While announcing a series of new products and services at its Capital Markets jamboree, Nokia sneaked out a warning that its telecoms equipment business--Nokia Siemens Networks--would not generate a