Sprint Nextel plans to play in the fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) game in the second half of this year. In conjunction with its cable partners, Sprint Nextel will launch CDMA/WiFi handsets that
> Sprint Nextel said it filed a lawsuit against a private investigation firm that illegitimately obtains customer call detail records.
The excitement among investors over AT&T's acquisition of BellSouth has spilled over to a number of telecom companies, but not Sprint Nextel, puzzling some investors. Sprint Nextel's shares
Agilent Technologies has filed a patent designed to enable a mobile phone to act like a mesh network. The patent allows a mobile phone to communicate with a base station out of range by hopping
> Sprint Nextel says its next-generation, mobile multimedia network to be deployed in the 2.5 GHz is still on track even though the company hasn't decided on a
Verizon Wireless introduced location-based services for the field force management market, announcing Field Force Manager, a Web-based application that allows a host of LBS applications. For
Inmarsat has long avoided the mobile-phone satellite business, but now chairman and CEO Andy Sukawaty, former head of Sprint PCS, is pushing the company into the satellite-phone operator business
> Vodafone Group launched its mobile broadband offering in Germany with support of a HSDPA solution delivered by Ericsson. Article
Once again Qwest is left without a partner. The proposed AT&T/BellSouth combo has left Qwest with fewer deal-making options. Remember its failed attempt for MCI? Qwest isn't that attractive,
Sprint's CFO has painted a rosy picture for the carrier in the quarters ahead, especially because of the company's alliance with four major cable companies to offer subscribers "quadruple play"