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T-Mobile Austria dumps Flash-OFDM plans

T-Mobile Austria announced it has canceled its plans to roll out a Flash-OFDM network in the country and returned its 450 MHz license to the country's telecom regulator. T-Mobile was going to use the

3GPP adds 3G support to UMA standard

The 3GPP standards group has approved a specification update that will see 3G support added to the UMA/GAN standard. This

ITC upholds ruling favoring Nokia in Qualcomm suit

The International Trade Commission (ITC) has upheld a previous ruling that favored Nokia in a patent infringement lawsuit that Qualcomm brought against the Finnish company. An ITC administrative law

Green light for 3G support within UMA

The 3GPP standards group has approved a specification update that will see 3G support added to the UMA/GAN standard. This

Nokia: Qualcomm licensing spat continues

Nokia announced today that even though it forged an agreement with Qualcomm to not file additional lawsuits until a Delaware court rules on an ongoing licensing disagreement, this does not mean the

Rumor Mill: Qchat phones to hit Sprint in April

According to a report from PhoneArena, Sprint may be launching its first QChat-enabled phones on April 16. The carrier is reportedly unveiling its the LG LX400 as the first device with QChat and will

Trend: Wireless spats to spur patent regulation?

According to an interesting piece of analysis from the UK's Register, Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor told the publication that because of the recent increase in the number of patent lawsuits related to

HP, Qualcomm team for high-speed connectivity

HP and Qualcomm last week announced they were teaming up to incorporate Qualcomm's Gobi global mobile Internet technology in select 2008 HP business notebooks to enable high-speed connectivity on 3G

Vodafone trials Femtocells in Spain

Joining an increasing number of mobile operators investigating Femtocell services, Vodafone has

Freescale gets new CEO, faces challenging times

Semiconductor firm Freescale has replaced its former CEO Michel Mayer with Rich Beyer, former CEO of chip maker Intersil Corp. According to a Wall Street Journal report, the new CEO will face