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U.K.'s 3 and Skype introduce 3 Skypephone

As expected, 3 Group in the U.K. and Skype introduced an inexpensive, co-branded VoIP device called 3 Skypephone. 3 has

Qualcomm introduces EV-DO/HSPA chip for laptops

Hello readers. I've spent weeks scouring over the Internet for the latest commercial WiMAX equipment deals across the globe. The result is what I believe a useful resource that will keep you up to

ITC's investigation into Qualcomm may end

The ITC may discontinue its investigation into Qualcomm's patent holdings related to a suit Nokia brought against the company earlier this year, Qualcomm said. The company said an administrative law

AT&T's Collins talks LBS, MediaFLO and more

Mark Collins, the new vice president of consumer data at AT&T Mobility is a firm believer in catering to the customer when it comes to data services. During a one-on-one interview with

ALSO NOTED: Qualcomm claims victory in patent dispute with Nokia; Motorola deploys WiMAX pilot in Paris; and much more...

> Qualcomm claimed an initial victory in a patent dispute with Nokia after a judge recommended ending a US International Trade Commission investigation of a complaint filed by Nokia.

Will QChat Save Sprint?

Will QChat Save Sprint? It's common knowledge that Sprint has struggled to overcome many technical and operational challenges associated with its $35 billion merger with Nextel. Having two wireless networks using disparate technologies--Nextel with iDEN and Sprint with CDMA--has proven to be a big headache. While Sprint has always said it will phase out Nextel's iDEN network and migrate the firm's Direct Connect users to its CDMA network, the company is finally gearing up for that transition. At

Verizon Wireless' new smartphone; Sprint QChat

It's already been a busy week for handset launches. Now, Verizon Wireless is launching a couple of

Takeaways from Nokia's latest CDMA handset

  Takeaways from Nokia's latest CDMA handset This week Nokia unveiled a new CDMA handset, the Nokia 2135, which is set to launch in the U.S. this fall. The announcement created a mild stir among

Judge offers Broadcom new trial vs. Qualcomm

A federal judge told Broadcom it must decide whether it would like to pursue its charge that rival Qualcomm deliberately violated its patents. U.S. District Judge James Selna overturned a $39.3

SPOTLIGHT: Judge may sanction Qualcomm lawyers

U.S. Magistrate Judge Barbara Major may sanction 19 lawyers who worked on Qualcomm's patent lawsuit against Broadcom. The judge wants to know why the lawyers didn't share more than 200,000 pages of