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Nuvoiz: Unified Communications Grows Up

The interest in unified communications is not slowing down and I can tell from the subscription interest to TMC’s Unified Communications Magazine the future looks very bright for this burgeoning technology.   A few months back I wrote about mid-market...

No More 3G Phones

TMCnet’s Spencer Chin has written a well-researched article on the recent patent dispute between Broadcom and Qualcomm. The International Trade Commission has ruled Qualcomm Corp. cannot import some of its baseband chips into the U.S. because they violate patents...

ZyXel

The engineers at ZyXel have been busy pumping out new products which I recently had a chance to see. One of the company’s latest creations is the ZyWALL 2WG which is 3G and WiFi mobile broadband security appliance for remote...

iPhone Release Date

The release date of the much anticipated Apple iPhone has finally been set on June 29, 2007. As diehard fans already know the 4 gigabyte version costs $499 and the 8 gigabyte version is $100 more. It will be offered...

Amp’d Mobile

The MVNO model is virtually impossible to pull off it seems. ESPN, Disney and now Amp’d Mobile is filing for bankruptcy protection. Check out Om Malik’s post for more.   See also:   Amp’d mobile broke, files for bankruptcy Torrent...

Tom Wheeler

I would like to personally welcome Tom Wheeler to the TMCnet editorial team. Tom is an industry veteran with experience which is virtually unrivaled. Having been president of both the CTIA and the NCTA he is in the enviable position...

Saitek Obsidian Mouse

I recently reviewed a Saitek Obsidian mouse. The unit is wireless and works on the 2.4 GHZ frequency. The range of the mouse is 10 meters but I only tested it at 2 and it worked fine. The mouse comes...

Broadcom Defeats Qualcomm

Today’s jury decision seems to seriously injure Qualcomm based on this TMCnet story written by Spencer Chin. The dollar values so far is a hair under $20 million and further damages looks like they will be awarded. In addition, Broadcom...

Cable Gets VoIP

Cable companies are feasting on VoIP success by the millions of customers. What an amazing job they are doing taking customers from phone companies. So far however, cable VoIP growth in the SMB space has been slow. Large phone companies...

Wireless 2.0

Google, Yahoo, Skype/eBay and others are very interested in ensuring they have direct access to consumers through licensed spectrum. In fact, on March 6, 2007, Google became part of a consortium called the Coalition for 4G in America. It...

Motorola: I Hate My Customers

Yesterday I was speaking to an influential PR representative who was implying one of his handset manufacturer customers was not really thrilled by the amount of power the wireless carriers wield. Generally this sort of talk is done behind...

Cellular 911

As many people leave their fixed line phones for wireless only devices there will be an inevitable problem of safety. You see cellular phones do not have the ability to relay location information as accurately as a fixed line...

Radcom QTrace

Networks are converging at breakneck speed and as they do, so does the need to search and troubleshoot calls across multiple sites and networks. According to Avi Zamir, President of Radcom, his company is starting to see the need for...

Ringback Tones

According to Alan Sege VP and General Council of Roamware, his company invented ringback tones 4-5 years ago in Hong Kong using Dialogic boards. It seems businessmen from this area had “Chinese wives” and when they visited China and received...

Nokia Intellisync Mobile Suite 8.0

One buzzword with legs is mobility. We hear the term everywhere these days. Moreover, it seems workforces are becoming more mobile by the day and knowledge workers are being created in segments previously not considered to be in this category....

A National Holiday For Virginia Tech Victims

I was reading about the Virgina Tech tragedy and was surprised and shocked at the same time. As you may know the worse shooting spree to ever take place on US soil happened yesterday.   This tragic event is...

Crippled Mobile Phones

I have written in the past that the iPhone could be responsible for opening up the cell phone world by forcing carriers to give use better devices. Moreover it was my hope that cell phone carriers would see the light...

Scala-700

Testing the Scala-700 Skype Bluetooth Headset Behind my desk sits a mountain of boxes containing videophones, wireless headsets and unimaginable gadgets for me to look at, evaluate and consider writing about. My day job is running the largest communications...

Vanu

Software defined radio (SDR) systems are somewhat of a holy grail in technology as they use software to shift frequencies and modulation schemes while utilizing multipurpose underlying hardware. In a perfect world you could use software defined radio technology to...

Cell Phone Bar Code Reading

There is a recent article in the New York Times worth reading regarding cell phones becoming barcode readers. the technology has been talked about for a number of years but when an article gets published in the New York Times...

CTIA Day Two

I am here at CTIA Wireless and yesterday the show was quite busy. I saw many different things and I didn’t really spend too much time on gadgety things. What I have found is that mobile carriers are slow to...

CTIA

I am at CTIA this year and have my usual set of meetings followed by meetings. Thankfully I have some space on my schedule today as I am not booked as solid as usual. I have some time to see...

OKI Electric

OKI Electric was one of the first companies to be in the VoIP gateway business in the nineties but they went silent a few years back. I figured they dropped out of the VoIP space altogether but this article on...

USF Benefits Who?

The San Jose Mercury News has an in-depth article on the Universal Service Fund with a slant on California and their particular funds. The article hints at abuse and discusses exactly who benefits from the fund. The biggest beneficiary is...

Apple Phone and TV

By now you may have heard of the Apple announcements regarding their new TV and iPhone. The news is everywhere from places like Greg’s blog, to all of the stories below:   Apple CEO "Steve Jobs" unveils long-awaited phone - TV...
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