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  • Nokia, AT&T Slap LCD Makers with Lawsuits
    No. 1 cell phone maker Nokia has filed a potentially massive lawsuit this week. The handset maker accuses 11 component manufacturers of price-fixing to artificially drive up the cost of the displays used in mobile devices. It follows a similar action by AT&T Inc.The ...More
    December 3, 2009 Posted in News
  • Security Alert: Cell Phone Calls Vulnerable
    A new survey from ABI Research on behalf of Cellcrypt shows that a majority of large and medium U.S. businesses are failing to adequately protect themselves against the growing threat of mobile voice call interception. This leaves them vulnerable to loss of sensitive and ...More
    December 3, 2009 Posted in News
  • Level 3 To Support the Clearwire WiMAX Rollout
    Level 3 Communications Inc. has landed a contract to provide the metro-area transport for Clearwire Corp.’s WiMAX network as it expands.Level 3 already provides the underlying IP terrestrial transport and backhaul for a portion of the Clearwire WiMAX footprint, and as ...More
    December 2, 2009 Posted in News
  • fring Launches iPhone Video Calling
    fring has launched mobile video calling for the iPhone and iPod Touch.The application runs over a Wi-Fi connection and makes use of the video capabilities in the latest versions of the devices. It’s available to users with iPhone OS 3.0 (for now, only incoming ...More
    December 2, 2009 Posted in News, Voice over IP (VoIP)/IP Telephony
  • Porn: Android’s Secret Weapon Against iPhone?
    Sure, so the Motorola/Verizon Wireless “Droid Does” commercials are an effective weapon in the Google Android mobile OS’s quest to vanquish the iPhone. But now a new warrior has arisen that might give Android devices like the Droid even more virility in ...More
    December 2, 2009 Posted in News
  • Slap! Sprint Loses “Most Dependable” 3G Claim to Verizon
    Like a contestant in a VH1 reality dating show, Verizon Wireless is picking its rivals off, one by one. Fresh from its bloody victory against AT&T, wherein it won the right to advertize how crappy the latter’s 3G coverage is, it is now turning its sights to the ...More
    November 25, 2009 Posted in News
  • Google’s Chrome, Android Give Netbooks a Boost
    Giving a boost to both cloud-based personal computing and to the category of cheap, bare-bones Web-connection machines known as “netbooks,” Google Inc. (GOOG) pulled the dust cloth off of its Chrome operating system last week. Adding a layer of intrigue to ...More
    November 23, 2009 By Richard Martin Posted in News, Voice over IP (VoIP)/IP Telephony
  • Sprint Touts Small Business Offerings
    Sprint (S) has announced a new approach to simplify how small businesses select mobile devices and plans. Whether just starting a new business, expanding with new employees or upgrading to the latest devices and mobile technology, Sprint offers a range of options for ...More
    November 20, 2009 Posted in News
  • An IT Manager’s Guide to Smartphones
    While a glut of new smartphones on the market this holiday season might be good news for shoppers, it can be a handful for IT managers who are getting a lot of questions from employees who might be looking to pick one of them up for business.BlackBerry has been the ...More
    November 20, 2009 Posted in News
  • TelCentris Talks CLEC Rollout, Agent Program
    TelCentris Inc., based in San Diego, has been around since 2006 as a unified communications platform provider. But now the company is branching out. It serves end users with its VoxOx software; businesses with its hosted IP PBX, call center and SIP trunking products; and it ...More
    November 20, 2009 By Kelly Teal Posted in Articles