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Stock Blog Compares AT&T, Verizon

This morning, over at Seeking Alpha, there's a nice article from ValueExpectations (a stock blog and investment newsletter that provides institutional quality equity research) on the difference between AT&T and Verizon. ValueExpectations.com is run by the founders of The Applied...

Nuance Mobile Care Enhances User Experience

 I'm at CTIA in Las Vegas today, where I just had a meeting with Nuance senior product manager David Winarsky, who shared his insights into Nuance's latest offering Nuance Mobile Care. The solution gives end users the ability to self-solve simple...

Motorola, Vocera Team for Healthcare Solution

Motorola, Inc. and Vocera Inc., expanded their relationship with an agreement to jointly deliver solutions combining Vocera's experience in providing targeted communications solutions and Motorola's expertise in enterprise handheld devices. The joint solution addresses the healthcare market, and is designed...

Wireless Association Comments on Stimulus Plan

President Obama's economic stimulus plan passed its first hurdle today, clearing the Senate, en route to the House. Among the many elements of the bill, there is nearly $7billion in available funding for the delivery of wireless broadband to rural areas. Fred...

Mobile Backhaul Certification

A new certification program, designed to act as a benchmark for mobile operators, backhaul providers and end users was launched by the IP/MPLS Forum today. The Mobile Backhaul Certification program will initially focus on certifying standards-compliant implementations of Circuit Emulation services...

Backhaul Looks Good

Dragonwave's Vice President of Product Management Dr. Alan Solheim, author of The Middle Mile column that appears regularly on TMCnet, has a new column just out that offers up a hopeful message in light of the rest of the economic bad...

Praise for LTE, WiMAX' Bad Week

 Market researcher ABI Research has released a new study that points to continued enthusiasm for LTE deployment. Coming on the heels of a turbulent week for WiMAX (see: Intel's $950 million investment write-down and Nokia ceasing production of its only WiMAX...

Goin' Mobile With Skype

Out in the woodsOr in the cityIt's all the same to meWhen I'm drivin' free, the world's my home...When I'm mobile...   Ok, I admit it. Sometimes I can't help myself. I reach for the most clichéd classic rock lyrics when...

14 Join Open Handset Alliance, Android Gains Momentum

So yesterday, the Open Handset Alliance announced that 14 additional companies were joining the Android alliance, demonstrating "their support for Android as an open mobile platform and their commitment to its commercial success." The newest member companies are:·         AKM Semiconductor Inc.,·        ...

Opera Mini 4.2 Released

Opera Software released latest version of its Opera Mini 4.2 browser for mobile phones. The company reports that speed trials have shown a 30% speed increase for users in the US, due to the addition of a new Opera Mini...

DragonWave Recognized for Wireless Backhaul Success

In case you haven't been paying attention, wireless backhaul is a hot space. Tom Keating wrote about it here, among other places. Rich Tehrani has been covering the space too, as evidenced by this blog entry. And Richard Grigonis has covered the space...

From TMCnet to Obama's Transition Team?

Erstwhile feature columnist Tom Wheeler is said to be joining president-elect Barack Obama's transition team, together with former FCC Chair Reed Hundt. Wheeler, who was once president of the National Cable Telecommunications Association  (NCTA) is reportedly joining the transition team as...

TMC, Ex-VON Team Join Up for 4G Event, Web Site

TMC and Crossfire Media announced they were working together to produce 4G Wireless Evolution, comprising a Web site, an event, and other media to address a growing need for information regarding the next generation of wireless. 4G is the fourth generation...

VoIP in the Skies is a Social Concern

Andy has an entry today about a NY Times article that talks about VoIP in the Sky. The interesting thing to note is that using the increasingly available inflight wireless broadand connections are not causing a technological upheaval, but rather the...

America for Sale?

Tim Gray is reporting on the chatter that has Sprint as the target of a takeover - albeit a friendly takeover - at the hands of SK Telecom, South Korea's wireless giant. Yesterday, Leuven, Belgium-based InBev picked up Anheuser Busch for...

FCC Answers to Congress

The FCC was called on the carpet today to answer a Congressional committee’s questions about the recently completed wireless spectrum auction. A central issue was the Commission’s inability to attract any bidders for the so-called D block portion of the...

FCC Answers to Congress

The FCC was called on the carpet today to answer a Congressional committee’s questions about the recently completed wireless spectrum auction. A central issue was the Commission’s inability to attract any bidders for the so-called D block portion of the...

VZW Offers Unlimited Web, E-Mail for Smartphone Users

If you own any of these smartphones — the Verizon Wireless SMT5800; the Verizon Wireless XV6800 and the MOTO Q9m — then for just $29.99 per month (with a qualifying voice plan) you can surf and send e-mail to your...

Industry Players Agree on LTE Licenses

LTE is that much closer to becoming a reality, as a number of industry players have agreed to commit to a licensing framework, whereby they would license their patents according to “fair and reasonable” terms.   The group is a...

Qualcomm Drops Another Battle in Nokia Patent War

Qualcomm has taken it on the chin today.   In its ongoing legal patent battle with Nokia, (this time in the U.K.) Justice Christopher Floyd ruled at the High Court in London that one of Qualcomm's patents is invalid and...

Death of the All You Can Eat Internet (continued)

Last week I posted an entry about Time Warner’s plans to implement a usage-based billing model with a test run set for Beaumont TX.   Well, here’s some more information on that subject.   Kudos to Slashdot for pointing out...

Latest Wireless Musings

In his latest column for TMCnet, former CTIA and NCTA head Tom Wheeler discusses  the recent news that UK carriers T-Mobile and Hutchinson’s “3” will combine their networks and share the capacity, saving $4 billion in the process.   Instantly,...

iPhone Has Zippy on EDGE

TMC’s executive editor Richard “Zippy” Grigonis, offers yet another angle to today’s super-hyped (or as my kids would say, “super-duper-scooper” hyped) Apple iPhone launch.   Richard actually paints a scenario that shows that things are not altogether perfect when it...
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