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  • AT&T To Sell Palm Pre, Palm Pixi
    After much speculation, AT&T has made it official: The company will soon sell the Palm Pre Plus and the Palm Pixi Plus.Palm hopes the added exposure will do for its company what previous deals with Verizon and Sprint failed to do — return it to prosperity. The ...More
    March 22, 2010 Posted in News
  • Infonetics: Recovery Abounds in 3 Key Networking Markets
    Research firm Infonetics has released a trio of reports that point to definite signs of recovery in key networking markets. Fourth-quarter ’09 and year-end data show that the Ethernet switch, enterprise router and wireless LAN markets all show signs of an uptick, with ...More
    March 19, 2010 By Charlene O'Hanlon Posted in News, Ethernet/ MPLS
  • Palm-AT&T Team-Up Delayed Until Summer — Report
    Palm, whose fortunes as of late have been anything but great, appears to be running into some more troubles. An analyst for Canaccord Adams says Palm’s rumored team-up with AT&T has been delayed.The debut of Palm smartphones, like the Pre and the Pixi, was ...More
    March 18, 2010 Posted in News
  • AirWalk To Debut Enterprise Femtocell for Voice, Data
    Advances in femtocell technology are being highlighted at CTIA Wireless 2010, including a version that manufacturer AirWalk Communications Inc. touts as the first to support both high-speed data and voice via a dual-mode platform.The enterprise-class EdgePoint PRO combines ...More
    March 18, 2010 By Charlene O'Hanlon Posted in News
  • Cisco Refresh Addresses ‘Borderless Networks’ Vision
    Making good on its promise to deliver a set of offerings that supports its vision of a future of “borderless networks,” Cisco Systems Inc. has revamped its fixed-switching portfolio to address wired-wireless communications, energy management and the optimized ...More
    March 18, 2010 By Charlene O'Hanlon Posted in News
  • With Sprint Deal, Google Nexus One To Run on All Major Carriers
    It’s official: the Google Nexus One Android-based smartphone will be offered with carrier service from all four nationwide 3G mobile networks. Sprint-Nextel Corp. said today that a compatible Google Nexus One would be coming soon. Prices and timing were not given.The ...More
    March 17, 2010 By Tara Seals Posted in News
  • Google Nexus One Sales Bombing — Report
    Not everything Google touches turns to gold after all.A new report shows that the search giant has sold only 135,000 of its Nexus One smartphones since its debut more than 10 weeks ago. To quantify that, Apple sold 1 million iPhones in the 74 days after they first went on ...More
    March 16, 2010 Posted in News
  • 40% of BlackBerry Users Want iPhone, Android Instead
    Lust for something different grows inside an overwhelming percentage of Blackberry users’ hearts, apparently: Nearly 40 percent of them would switch to the iPhone, and a whopping third of them would switch to the Android operating system, given the chance.And, it ...More
    March 16, 2010 By Tara Seals Posted in News
  • Microsoft Unveils Marketplace for Windows Phone 7
    Continuing down its path of reinvigorating its smartphone strategy, Microsoft Corp. has officially unveiled its mobile applications marketplace and strategy for leveraging third-party apps developers for its new Windows Phone 7-series devices.Microsoft will bring ...More
    March 16, 2010 By Tara Seals Posted in News
  • AT&T To Roll Out Smartphone-Type Apps for Messaging Phones
    AT&T Inc. says its fastest-growing wireless device category these days is quick-messaging devices, not smartphones. And it’s adding more advanced, cloud-based features to the midrange suite, blurring the lines between handset types.AT&T defines the QMD ...More
    March 15, 2010 Posted in News