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2008: The year of mobile handset evolution? (09 Jan 2008)
With the glamorous promise of Google's Android and the glitz of Apple's iPhone, 2007 may seem like a hard year to beat in mobile terms - but 2008 looks set to be a battleground year for mobile handsets.
3G Services Compared (07 Feb 2006)
PC World takes a look at the various flavors of third generation wireless broadband. They offer a breakdown of the speed and reliability of Verizon's EVDO service, and state it delivers - most of the time.
400Mbps Wi-Fi standard back on track (03 Feb 2006)
The wireless industry has given draft approval for 802.11n, which promises much faster wireless connectivity
Airlines see passenger self-service take off (15 Nov 2007)
Airlines are embracing self-service check-in technology as passengers seek to avoid congested airport terminals.
More than half of the airlines surveyed by air transport IT services company SITA now offer online check-in facilities while 89 per cent expect to offer the service within the next two years.
Alcatel profit falls 8% on slumping margins (27 Jul 2006)
Alcatel SA, the telecommunications-equipment provider that agreed to a $14 billion tie-up with Lucent Technologies in April, said Thursday that quarterly profit fell 8% as it struggled with deteriorating margins in its wireless-infrastructure business.
Alltel announces $455 million buyout of wireless partnerships in Carolinas (17 Mar 2006)
Alltel Corp. announced it purchased the remaining 50 percent interests in 10 partnerships with Palmetto MobileNet, L.P. that it did not already own. The partnerships cover about two million potential customers in North and South Carolina.
Alltel did not disclose the value of the transaction, but CT Communications Inc. said Alltel paid $455 million in cash for the partnerships. CTC holds a 22.4 percent interest in Palmetto and said it will receive around $97 million from the sale.
Apple iPhone 'not too smart' (26 Jan 2007)
The long awaited Apple iPhone can't be classified as a smart phone, according to analysts, as it isn't as open as rival devices created by the likes of Microsoft.
Apple's iPhone SDK Off to The Races (30 Apr 2008)
At least that seems a reasonable conclusion based on today's announcement that over 100,000 developers have downloaded the free software development kit (SDK) Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled last week.
Apple, Music Labels Discuss 3G iPhone Possibilities (20 May 2008)
Speculation about Apple's 3G iPhone is heating up, with an announcement about the 3G iPhone's debut expected at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Apple is reportedly in talks with major music labels to beef up the 3G iPhone's ringtone and ring-back tone offerings, as well as allow over-the-air music downloads on the 3G iPhone.
Are Cell Phones a Threat to Google? (30 Apr 2008)
Almost two-thirds of Americans have had some experience with mobile Internet use, and the adoption trend is most pronounced among teens and young adults, according to Pew Research Center. About 60 percent of adults 18 to 29 use text messaging every day, compared with only 14 percent of their parents.
Asterisk Vulnerable To Denial Of Service Attacks (27 Jul 2006)
Internet Security Systems discovers vulnerability in Asterisk to DOS attacks.
AT&T boss warns on bandwidth (02 Feb 2006)
The boss of AT&T yesterday warned content companies they might have to pay for access to broadband networks.
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