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Nokia acquires LLC deployment operations

Nokia announced it will acquire LLC International's U.S.-based network deployment operations. While financial details were not publicly disclosed, analysts say the deal is worth well over $100

Verizon Wireless to revamp Get It Now service

Verizon Wireless VP and CMO John Stratton said the carrier plans to revamp its Get It Now service because it's concerned that Get It Now download growth may be slowing. Verizon Wireless claims it

Speedus files lawsuit against Alltel

After bringing a suit against Verizon Wireless last month, Speedus is now going after Alltel for the same allegations, patent infringement for technologies used to deliver television to wireless

Cingular intros ringback tones, Verizon answers

Cingular Wireless and Warner Music launched a ringback service called Answer Tones that features music and voice clips. Ringback tones replace the ringing sound callers hear while they wait for

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Motorola projects Q ramp-up similar to Razr

Motorola has some pretty high hopes for its new "Q" smart phone, aka the "BlackBerry killer," expecting sales to match that of the popular Razr. Motorola's head of the mobile-phone division, Ron

Verizon: Price tag too high for wireless biz

Verizon Communications quelled rumors about an imminent deal to buy out Vodafone Group's stake in its wireless business. Verizon doesn't want to pay the premium amounts that analysts are placing

Motorola Q available May 31

The wait is almost over: Motorola has confirmed that the Q smartphone will launch May 31. The fabled "BlackBerry-killer" runs Windows Mobile 5.0 and will be available from Verizon

Strategy Analytics: Mobile music costs too much

Another gloom and doom report has surfaced about the mobile-music strategies of operators. Strategy Analytics says the high prices charged by mobile operators for over-the-air downloads aren't

Verizon, AT&T, BellSouth deny giving call records

Verizon Communications, AT&T and BellSouth are denying that they entered into any agreements with the National Security Agency to hand over records of customer calls. The denials come among