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FEATURE: Wireless penetration will reach 300 percent

Wireless penetration will reach 300 percent By Andrew Seybold Today there are about 3 billion people in the world who are wirelessly connected, most by voice and some by data services. In the

Qualcomm-Broadcom spat slows Sprint's QChat

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C. rejected Qualcomm's bid to lift an injunction that stopped it from selling chips found by a California jury to infringe on

SPOTLIGHT: Analyst: Intel alone won't save Sprint-Clearwire deal

Reports early last month claimed that Intel was

Analyst: Intel unlikely to invest $2B in WiMAX

Reports early last month claimed that Intel was

C&L: Motorola loses 3 more executives

Linda Koch Lorimer and Keith Bane announced that they would not seek re-election to Sprint's board of directors. Motorola cuts treasurer Steve Strobel and EMEA head of devices Mike Fenger. Larry

ALSO NOTED: Boost's mobile ad platform; Sprint's new mobile Web; and much more...

> Sprint upgrades mobile web browsing. Article > Boost launches mobile ad platform.

Sprint round-up: Board exits; lawsuit; unlimited ad

Sprint Nextel has a handful of announcements and stories swirling around it today: Two board members resigned, MMS users filed a class action lawsuit against it and CEO Dan Hesse appeared in an ad

AT&T, Sprint take "bill and keep" spat to FCC

AT&T and Sprint are moving their spat over interconnection agreements from state courts to the FCC. Sprint wants to expand a no-fee deal it had with AT&T to apply in 22 states, but AT&T

SPOTLIGHT: Qwest CEO: Not buying a wireless carrier

During an interview with Om Malik, Qwest CEO Edward Mueller said the company was not interested in buying "a wireless company at this time, and frankly buying Alltel and Sprint will be a reach for

AT&T intros BlackBerry Pearl 8120

AT&T announced availability for Research In Motion's BlackBerry Pearl 8120. The handset release comes to AT&T after Verizon Wireless and Sprint released the