T-Mobile, MetroPCS Tie-Up Could Be a Nightmare

Fresh from the glow of a $4 billion LTE network build announcement and all gussied up with new AWS spectrum from AT&T, T-Mobile USA is apparently looking like a pretty good dance partner to a new would-be suitor: MetroPCS. However, the deal could be a nightmare.

T-Mobile: Well Get Old iPhone This Year Report

The potential of an iPhone for T-Mobile not Verizon Wireless is getting some more credence this week after a the editor-in-chief of a tech magazine took to Twitter with some information gleaned from a T-Mobile manager. But were talking the 3G S, not the iPhone 4.

Palm Pre in Canada, Eh?

The Palm Pre is coming to the great North in the second half of the year. Palm has confirmed the device will ride on Bell Mobility’s CDMA network. Industry watchers also expect a GSM version with HSDPA to debut later in the year for the rest of the world, with rumors swirling that Telefonica subsidiaries […]

Telit Appoints Channel Sales Director

Telit Wireless Solutions Inc.  has named Michael Wagner as its new director of channel sales for the Americas. Telit makes GSM, CDMA and other modules so machines and vehicles can communicate over cellular wireless networks. Wagner has more than 30 years experience in the microelectronics products market. He most recently worked as director of marketing […]

Nokia Gets Favorable Ruling in Qualcomm Patent Dispute

An International Trade Commission judge ruled Wednesday that Nokia did not infringe on three Qualcomm Inc. patents involved in an ongoing dispute between the rivals. In the initial ruling, Judge Paul J. Luckern also found one of the patents invalid. Qualcomm said it will ask for a review of the ruling. Qualcomm initially made the […]

AT&T: Hey, We Have an Open Network Policy Too!

Does this sound familiar? AT&T Inc. wants you to know that you can use any wireless device and any application on its mobile network. The latest news in the open access free-for-all is actually not news, per se, but more of a reminder. Perhaps feeling pushed out of the limelight by press coverage of Verizon […]

Verizon Chooses LTE

Verizon Wireless has finally made a decision on 4G, and its the expected one: the operator said on Thursday it plans to upgrade its network to Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, and will begin trials in 2008. No timeframe has been given for building the network, but Arun Sarin, CEO of Verizons corporate parent Vodafone […]

Verizon to Open Network to Devices, Apps

In a bold move, Verizon Wireless on Tuesday announced that it is opening its network to wireless devices, software and applications by the end of 2008. Verizon has been lobbying against open access mandates in the upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction, has been known to come out swinging against net neutrality, and has been a harsh […]

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