A shift away from Wi-Fi usage in leading LTE countries could cause some operators to question their plans to install Wi-Fi to offload their cellular networks, accepting that European subscribers might respond differently to LTE availability.
Google's Motorola Mobility unit said it will shut down its mobile development and operations in South Korea and will cut most of its staff in the country next year. The action is Google's latest effort to slim down Motorola after acquiring the company earlier this year.
Vodafone is revamping its partnership agreements in Asia as part of its efforts to provide better roaming and network coverage in the region. Vodafone joined the Conexus Mobile Alliance that includes
A new study of the world's leading mobile operators,from Wireless Intelligence, has them ranked by revenue, as against total customer numbers. This might seem unfair on some of the large emerging
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) will begin disclosing information to South Korean companies that will allow them to design software architecture on the company's chips, the country's antitrust regulator said.
Qualcomm will launch a research and development facility in South Korea to work on next generation mobile chip technology, striving to forge ahead in a country where it was stung by antitrust
Clearwire often dominates news about mobile WiMAX here in the United States. However, in South Korea, where operators KT and SK Telecom are three years into their mobile WiMAX deployments, there is a
SEOUL--As Clearwire prepares to digest another $1.5 billion in funding (Sprint Nextel, Intel, Time Warner Cable and others are ponying up the cash,-read our article), investors likely are wondering
Qualcomm is going to gain a substantial stake in Pantech as part of a debt-to-stock conversion that will see it become the second largest shareholder in South Korea's third biggest handset maker.
Days after South Korean President Lee Myung-bak's office issued a statement saying that Ericsson would invest $1.5 billion in the country over the next five years on LTE research and development,