> Handango appoints former Amp'd executive Bill Stone as its new CEO.
AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega had an interview with Engadget where he discusses everything from buying contract-free handsets from carriers to the iPhone deal to Google's Open Handset
In an attempt to face-down the Indian mobile operator, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL), Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) looks like its failing to gain any share of a US$2 billion supply contract for
Qualcomm won two court victories last week: The ITC dropped Nokia's patent infringement case and Broadcom announced it would not refile its lawsuit, but rather accept the reduced fines ($19.6
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> Google launches SMS search in China. Article > Samsung launches Black and Gold U600.
According to a recent report from the NPD Group, mobile phone sales to U.S. consumers increased to 38 million units sold in the third quarter. The shipments brought in $3.2 billion in revenue, a 47
Perhaps wanting to avoid any accusation of market manipulation following its US$8.1 billion acquisition of map-supplier Navteq, Nokia has made clear that its intention is not to take market share
After a slew of setbacks surrounding the company's license fights in court, Qualcomm won a victory
> Self help features on mobile phones help carriers save money on customer service calls.