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Sprint to investors: Focus is on retention

During the UBS 35th Annual Global Media and Communications Conference in New York yesterday, Paul Saleh, acting CEO and CFO of Sprint Nextel told investors that the company would be focusing its

Rough going as EU declares DVB-H as mobile TV standard

While the EU has stated that DVB-H will now be added to the official list of standards, support is far from unanimous within the member states, as some call for 'technology neutrality', with DVB-H

Broadcom pursuing injunction against Qualcomm

Chipmaker Broadcom said it will pursue an injunction to block rival Qualcomm from manufacturing 3G and EV-DO chips after a federal judge affirmed a federal jury's May decision that Qualcomm willfully

Broadcom won't refile; ITC drops Nokia suit

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

Qualcomm acquiring Firethorn for $210 million

Developer giant Qualcomm announced it will acquire mobile banking enabler Firethorn Holdings for approximately $210 million in cash. The deal is expected to close within 30 days. According to

QUICKLINKS: KDDI and Qualcomm complete KCP+ platform development; T-Mobile pulls Slide;

KDDI and Qualcomm complete KCP+ platform development. Article T-Mobile pulls Slide.

Will PTT experience a resurgence in 2008?

  Will PTT experience a resurgence in 2008? Push to talk was quite a hot topic a few years ago when new vendors such as Kodiak Networks and Sonim Technologies emerged on the scene with promising

Qualcomm gets latest patent victory in Dutch court

After a slew of setbacks surrounding the company's license fights in court, Qualcomm won a victory

Court dismisses Nokia complaint against Qualcomm

After a slew of setbacks surrounding the company's license fights in court, Qualcomm won a victory

Study shows untapped mobile broadband PC market

Research from the GSM Association and Microsoft suggests significant demand for mobile broadband embedded notebooks exists at the right form factor, price and out-of-the-box connectivity. The GSMA