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Sprint Sponsors TMC's M2M Evolution Collocated at ITEXPO

TMC and Crossfire Media today announced that Sprint (NYSE: S) has signed on to become a platinum sponsor of M2M Evolution Conference & Expo, October 2-5 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas. M2M Evolution is collocated with ITEXPO,...

Sprint's Michael A. Rouleau Kicks off ITEXPO Keynotes

The keynotes have started with Michael Rouleau telling the story of a company that has invented a flying car. It can travel 65mph on the ground and I think he said 115mph or 150mph in the air with a range...

ooVoo and Wave2Wave Announce One-Stop-Shopping Hosted Web, Email, & Video Conferencing

ooVoo announced a partnership with Wave2Wave Communications this morning. The goal of this collaboration of two communication services is to give Wave2Wave customers a one-stop-shop capability for data, voice, web hosting, E-mail and video conferencing.Here's the news:   WAVE2WAVE AND...

VoIP on iPad - Yes!

Yes, it's true - you can do VoIP on the new Apple iPad. The iPad sports WiFi, 3G, speaker, and a microphone - all you need to do VoIP. But the real kicker is that Apple just modified their iPhone/iPad...

Palm 800w -- Life Beyond Apple, BlackBerry

Palm keeps turning out really solid products, but never seems to be able to recapture the magic of the introduction of the first Palm Pilot.Now, here's a smart fruit phone (Apple, BlackBerry -- get it?) alternative for you -- the...

New iPhone the BlackBerry Killer?

Although the CNet blog builds a pretty good case for why the new iPhone will replace RIM's BlackBerry as the mobile phone of choice in the business market, me thinks it boils down to three little letters why not...

Verizon & Alltel -- Still the Most Reliable?? (Wait and See ...)

While always great on paper, tech mergers (or mergers of any kind) often have a nasty way of not working out for the best. Now this Verizon deal with Alltel has got me worried. Worried because we just switched...

Sprint Capping Data Usage!!!

According to this report in BetaNews, Sprint is planning to implement data usage caps on its mobile broadband service. Sprint will put a 5 GB per month overall use cap and 300 MB per month for off-network roaming. Sprint...

Who's the Best in Cell Carrier Land?

Been thinking about changing cell phone companies again and wanted to find out what the faithful readers of this blog have to say about the various companies. Let's see ... I've been on Sprint, AT&T and Verizon over the years,...

VoIP Pioneer Slams Sprint

One of the unsung pioneers in the VoIP industry is Rich Tehrani. Rich started Internet Telephony Magazine in 1997, the first magazine to exclusively cover VoIP. Before Internet Telephony, Rich also launched CTI Magazine in 1994, a magazine focused on...

Sprint Novatel Wireless Ovation U727 Review

Using the Sprint Novatel Wireless Ovation U727 makes high speed wireless EVDO Internet access a breeze to use. The U727 is unlike most EVDO cards because it connects to your computer via USB and it has an integrated microSD slot...

Vonage Wins Verizon Appeal

Hey, finally some good news for Vonage! According to Fierce VoIP, "A federal appeals court has vacated the $58 million in damages awarded to Verizon by a lower court that found Vonage guilty of patent infringement." In addition, the $58...

Another VoIP Provider Bites the Dust

Rich Tehrani has word that Packet8 is going to be picking up 12,000 VoIP subscribers from some unknown VoIP provider that is folding up shop over the next 3 months. Let the guessing game begin, who is it? Well, we...

Vonage warns it could file for bankruptcy

According to the Asbury Park Press, Vonage warned that patent fights could lead to bankruptcy and the company's liquidation. Vonage lost its patent lawsuit with Verizon and as I have stated before, if this is upheld on appeal, Vonage will...

Cingular To Become AT&T (Say What?)

Honestly, who can keep track of all of the Baby Bells, Ma Bell, the wireless services providers -- wasn't it supposed to be easier after the breakup of AT&T that began in 1974 with the U.S. Department of Justice anti-trust suit against the telephone monopoly....

MapQuest Navigator for Sprint and Nextel BlackBerry devices

MapQuest Navigator is now Available on Sprint and Nextel BlackBerry devices. In addition, MapQuest Mobile v2.5 now enables Finding Places, Customized and Multi-Point Routing Options, Canadian Coverage and more. MapQuest yesterday announced MapQuest Mobile v2.5, offering a range of new...

NY Times Mobile: All the News That's Fit to Download

Really like the fact that my (Randy's) favorite newsaper, the New York Times, has just launched a web site optimized for mobile phone users. They even released a press release about it. The site, http://mobile.nytimes.com, provides access to news and information from...

Vonage fights patent suit by buying patents

In a tit-for-tat battle, Vonage today announced that it has acquired ownership of three patents from Digital Packet Licensing Inc. that enable voice over internet protocol technology (VoIP). The three acquired patents, U.S. Patent Nos. 4,782,485, 5,018,136 and 5,444,707, are...

Quest, Level 3, Sprint/Nextel incest

Skibare has the goods on a potential incestuous relationship between Quest, Level 3, and Sprint/Nextel. Aren't Quest and Sprint/Nextel rival competitors? Looks like the carriers and major backbone providers have to get along much more than the 1990s if they...

Sprint gets into SIP Trunking game with Sprint IP Voice Connect

Sprint today launched a new Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution for enterprises - essentially a SIP trunking (IP Centrex) solution. This is big news considering another big telecom player, Level3 gave up on enterprise VoIP trunking months ago...

AT&T/BellSouth: Will Cingular Get Any Better?

Much hubbub yesterday and of course this morning about the AT&T deal to buy BellSouth.And while these deals are great for the deal brokers and company executives, they have mixed results when it comes to making the winning company any...

Razr Blade: Which Came First? Or Who's On First?

This reminds me of a combination of the old, very old "which came first joke" (aka chicken vs. egg) and the sales/marketing axiom of "giving away the razor to sell the blades."This has really nothing to do with Samsung's new...

Xingtone: Ring Tones Were Meant To Be Free

Why should you pay $2.99 for a 20-second clip of music that isn’t your first choice or from a song you already own as the ring tone for your cell phone?  Xingtone’s Ringtone Maker 4.1 enables cell phone users to...

Sprint sues Vonage

Sprint Nextel has sued Vonage, and Voiceglo claiming they have infringed on seven patents related to Internet telephony technology. The lawsuit was filed in federal court by one of Sprint Nextel's subsidiaries, seeking an injunction that would bar the defendants...

Drooling over the HP iPAQ hw6510 and hw6515

Forget the Blackberry, forget the Treo 650, I want one of these babies! The sleek HP iPAQ hw6510 and hw6515 Mobile Messenger is probably the slickest, coolest looking combined PDA/cellphone device today. (wiping my gadget drool as I type this)...
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