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Microsoft Aims At Samsung To Continue Milking Android Cash Cow.
Smartphone Costs Eating Carrier Profits, Says Moody’s.
Android device activations explode to more than 500,000 a day.
Now iOS 5 Can Update Over 3G.
Lookout Expands Mobile Security App To Browsing; Lands Marketing Deal With Sprint.
Mformation Delivers Production 100-Million-Device Management Platform.
IDC thinks WP7 will soar to No. 2 by 2015. Really?
iOS 5: The Top 10 New Features.
Red Bend’s OTA Software Updating Capability Ported to QNX Neutrino Operating System.
Motorola's Jha: Bad Android apps drive 70% of smartphone returns.
Android Phone Makers Push the Edge in Drive to Differentiate.
Sprint latest to anger users with stealthy updates.
Rumor Mill: HTC pays Microsoft $5 for every Android phone it sells.
Microsoft and Nokia Are Buddies in Mediocrity.
Google rolls out silent fix for Android security vulnerability.
Why a Microsoft Takeover of Nokia Could Pay Off.
Mformation expands into enterprise market.
Android Data Vulnerability: How to Protect Yourself.
Infected Android apps can hijack your texts.
Sprint claims high margins from its growing M2M business.
Ice Cream Sandwich To Bring New UI, Framework To Android.
400 Percent Increase In Android Malware; Mobile Security Threats At Record High.
Google, Carriers 'Commit' to Android Updates.
Skype to give Microsoft an answer to Google Voice, Apple FaceTime.
comScore: Android Continues To Top RIM And Apple’s iOS For U.S. Smartphone Share.
iOS 5 may bring OTA updates to iPhone.
Why Microsoft and Research In Motion Are New BFFs.
RIM Acquires Smartphone Security Software Developer Ubitexx.
Nokia cuts 4,000 jobs, outsources Symbian work to Accenture.
New Nokia app store to leverage Windows Phone Marketplace infrastructure.
Putting Android to work for your business.
Webroot Introduces Smartphone and Tablet Security.
AT&T focusing on enterprise M2M apps.
Has Android grown too big for Google to control?
AT&T reverses course, will support third-party Android app stores.
Wellington Financial Provide US$8 Million Growth Capital Financing For Mformation Technologies.
America Develops Cell Phone Panic Button for Pro-Democracy Activists.
White-Label App Marketplace Platform Appia Raises $10M At $100M Valuation.
Android partners furious at Honeycomb delays.
Microsoft’s ‘NoDo’ Windows Phone update still days, even weeks away.
RIM opens up BlackBerry PlayBook to support Android apps.
In The Cards: Why Amazon *Has* To Make An Android Device Now.
Amazon’s Android App Store Launches: Test Drive Apps Directly From Your Browser.
Welcome To The Post-Carrier Future.
What AT&T and T-Mobile Merger Means for Innovation.
Sprint to support Google Voice for no extra charge, announces Nexus S 4G.
No Microsoft takeover on horizon, says Nokia CEO.
RIM in war with operators over m-payments data.
AT&T buys T-Mobile USA in shock $39bn deal.
Microsoft delays Windows Phone 7 copy-and-paste update.
Berg: Smartphone shipments grew 74% in 2010.
The Android OS Update Problem.
RIM launches free data security app.
Samsung phones still having problems with first Windows Phone 7 update.
Google Responds To Android Malware, Will Fix Infected Devices And ‘Remote Kill’ Malicious Apps.
Google uses Android kill switch to eliminate malicious apps on phones.
Google's new API addresses Android fragmentation.
Beijing to Track Citizens' Cell Phones 'To Ease Traffic Congestion.'
Mobile Patches and Updates: Windows Update Comes to your Phone.
Symantec: Rogue Android app runs up SMS bills.
Federal CIO: Government IT should decentralize employee mobile device ownership.
Google nukes dozens of Android apps after malware scare.
Enterproid Brings Work/Life Balance to Smartphones.
After iPhone, Connected Devices Emerge as AT&T’s Savior.
Sprint pulls Samsung Epic 4G Android 2.2 (Froyo) update; data connectivity, SD card issues reported.
Microsoft stops pushing Windows Phone update to Samsung devices; cites ‘technical issue.'
First Windows Phone 7 update hits snags.
The Not so obvious and Mobile World Congress.
Mformation Signs Go-to-Market Agreement with HP to Promote Mobile Device Management Solutions Worldwide.
Connected device sales will grow 77% to 39 million in 2011, Berg Insight says.
Smart and Red Bend Unveil the Netphone.
Motorola, Good Technology and Sprint take aim at Android security, device management.
Motorola Buys 3LM, Chases Corporate Buyers of Android Phones.
IBM, in mobile security drive, teams with Juniper on smartphone protection services.
Nokia's survival rests with Microsoft, Windows Phone 7.
Ramping Up: Mary Meeker’s Latest Mobile Trend Slides.
Could Apple Be Your Next Phone Company?
Verizon confirms VoLTE plans for next generation voice network, video calling.
Mformation secures mobile PCs over cellular networks.
Rumor Mill: Nokia CEO paints picture of 'burning platform' in memo.
Major cellcos urge Nokia not to adopt Android.
For first time ever, smartphones outsell PCs in Q4 of 2010.
Mformation First to Launch Integrated Mobile Broadband Management Solution.
Android Wrests Smartphone OS Title From Symbian.
RIM looking to balance work and personal info on BlackBerry phones.
Android and the Big Mobile Revolution.
Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against T-Mobile & Samsung Over Delayed Android Updates.
Slow Android updates become burning issue for users.
European cellcos unite against Apple/Google "duopoly."
Nokia's US woes continue as it cancels AT&T launch [of the X7].
Customer Care in the LTE World.
The Samsung Secret - Why U.S. Galaxy S Phones run Android 2.1 Still.
Jobs Built an Organization.
Asmyco: Each iOS Device Has Downloaded More Than 60 Apps.
Verizon holding media event January 11th in New York City; iPhone announcement imminent?
Android Isn’t About Building a Mobile Platform.
Amazon Aims for Quality in Its Android App Store.
Qualcomm’s Atheros Buy and the Importance of Wi-Fi.
Nielsen: Android now 40 percent of U.S. smartphone sales.
Motorola splits into two companies, Jha pins hopes on Android.
Apple sued over iOS app privacy questions.
San Francisco-Based Lookout Mobile Security Raises $19.5 Million.
Sophisticated Android trojan discovered in China, warns security firm.
FCC pleases nobody with neutrality compromise.
Nokia and Microsoft Looks Like a Desperate Hook Up.
Mobile Future: Mobile Year in Review 2010 Video.
Why Verizon Needs the Apple iPhone Sooner Rather Than Later.
Verizon working on CDMA to LTE hand-off delay, Mac drivers.
Android Market update begins rolling out.
Android dominates Verizon smartphone sales; BlackBerry tanks.
Amazon Web Services Blog: New AWS SDKs for Mobile Development (Android and iOS).
VMware forms virtualization alliance with LG.
Google demos Chrome OS, announces partnership with Verizon Wireless.
Mformation Announces Enterprise Win with Hughes Telematics Providing M2M Device Management Solution.
Move over Android: Chrome OS and MeeGo are here.
Verizon Wireless to turn on LTE on Sunday.
Nielsen: Apple passed RIM to take top U.S. smartphone spot in October.
America Movil seeks M2M lead in Latin America.
Apple gearing up for enterprise battle, poaching RIM employees?
Rumor: Apple abandons plans for integrated iPhone SIM.
No, MobileMe Isn’t Totally Free, But Find My iPhone/iPad Now Is.
Modu cancels IPO, braces for layoffs.
Look Out Intel: Here Comes Qualcomm’s Next Super Chip.
Carrier Organization Changes Rules to Allow the “Apple SIM."
AT&T partners with MobileIron for mobile device management solution.
Verizon Business launches hosted mobile apps service.
AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile Launch ISIS Mobile Payments Venture.
Report: Qualcomm, Android could become the new 'Wintel.'
Google plays safer with Nexus S and T-Mobile.
Why You Should Use AppBrain to Install and Manage Your Android Apps.
Microsoft Flashes A Nice Big Middle Finger At Android’s Fragmentation.
Gartner Q3 2010.
Nokia Takes Back the Reins of Symbian.
Google Voice and FaceTime – Why the Carriers Are Losing Their Voice.
Clearwire Digs its Foxhole to Fight for its Life.
Windows Phone 7 has an Application Kill Switch! Nobody Panic!
Enterprise Remote Device Management.
The Rise of the Gigabyte Phone.
Lookout Goes Pro With Paid Version Of Smartphone Security Software.
Oracle to Buy ATG. Follows Money to Mobiles.
Report: Smartphone traffic will increase 700% by 2015.
Spreadtrum offers first quad-SIM platform.
Sprint CEO: Internet of Things & Telco of Tomorrow.
Apple passes RIM to become fourth largest phone vendor.
A Verizon iPhone: Winners and losers.
Want to See the Future of Mobile Web Apps? Just Watch Google.
Google’s Take Two On Mobile Handset Retailing With Nexus 2.
Is Apple About To Cut Out the Carriers?
RIMM Rallies On Deal Rumors; Kaufman Skeptical; Cisco A Fit?
Juniper Aiming for Safer Smartphones, Mobile Users With Business Software.
Sprint pushes mobile apps platform to cloud.
Rumor: Verizon Wireless on a pre-iPhone hiring spree.
Verizon Battles AT&T for M2M Supremacy.
Google: Mobile business worth $1B in revenues annually.
The Android IM app that brought T-Mobile's network to its knees.
Red Bend Achieves 830 Million Mobile Software Shipments.
Verizon working on simultaneous voice and data for CDMA.
Microsoft offers 'smart design' with Windows Phone 7 refresh.
Microsoft unveils Windows Phone 7, partners with AT&T and T-Mobile.
Meet The Patent Thicket: Who's Suing Who For Smartphone Patents.
Sprint, AT&T, Verizon launch centers to promote M2M.
Sprint ID customizes Android devices with pre-packaged apps, widgets.
Verizon to launch LTE in 38 markets this year.
The G2 Will Repair Itself On Rooting.
HP To Unveil New WebOS-Based Smart Phones In 2011.
The Evidence Mounts: Android Taking Share From RIMM, MSFT.
Android Beyond Phones and Apps.
Microsoft’s Ballmer: Android Isn’t Really Free — You Have To Pay Us For Patents.
Qualcomm envisions chips that support multiple wireless technologies.
Samsung drops support for Symbian.
Some Android [Apps] Quietly Sending GPS Coordinates to Advertisers.
Mobile Operators’ Strategies for Connected Devices.
BlackBerry PlayBook: iPad Rival or Rookie Mistake?
Rumor: An Amazon Android Tablet May Follow The Amazon Android App Store.
Norton Mobile Security Provides Remote Lock and Wipe, Malware Scanning for Android.
Facebook Phone: All You Need To Know + New Details.
HP Offers Cloud-Based Management for Smartphones, Notebooks.
Om Malik on irrational carriers.
Verizon won’t sell any Windows Phone 7 handsets at launch, or any time this year.
Verizon launching new Mobile Recovery service tomorrow.
Why are Apple iPhone Users Slow to Upgrade?
Give Your Phone a Split Personality.
Gartner: Android to be become #2 worldwide mobile OS this year, #1 by 2014?
Apple Relaxes iOS Developer Restrictions.
Worldwide Converged Mobile Device Market Projections Raised 10% for the Year, Says IDC.
Smartphone Security Startup Lookout Crosses Two Million Users.
Red Bend Software acquires VirtualLogix.
OnStar supports over-the-air software upgrades.
Google Adds Calling To Gmail; Free Domestically Through 2010.
Why Motorola Bought 280 North.
Research In Motion Buys Mobile Storefront Platform Cellmania.
Apple attempts to patent kill switch that roots out unauthorized users, detects jailbreaks.
Intel to Buy McAfee for $7.68B to Secure Its Growth in the Cloud.
Stats: The Age of the Internet of Things Has Dawned.
AT&T, Verizon Wireless have 62% of U.S. mobile subscriber base.
Apple: TechCrunch Says Talk Of Verizon iPhone In Jan. Is True.
Verizon, Google offer net neutrality pact that exempts wireless.
Symantec: Apple Needs To Fix iPhone (& iPad) Security Flaw ASAP.
Google Android phone shipments increase by 886%.
Under "Xi" Brand: Docomo To Invest $3.4 Billion In Japanese LTE Infrastructure.
Research In Motion: U.A.E., Saudi Arabia May Block Service.
Apple: Assessing The Long-Term Risk From Android Phones.
Cell Phone Units Up 13% In Q2.
Santa Clara-Based McAfee to Acquire Mobile Security Firm tenCube.
The Nissan LEAF: Connected by AT&T.
Letter From Silicon Valley: Doing the Math on Android vs. Apple.
Juniper To Acquire SMobile Systems For $70 Million In Cash.
The Internet of Things: Anywhere, Anytime, Anything.
Is It Legal to Jailbreak and Unlock Your Cellphone? Copyright Office Officially Says, "Yes."
Mobile's Second Quarter: Apple vs. Google Escalates.
It’s Hard To Feel Sorry For AT&T.
Chinese search engine Baidu developing a mobile OS with the help of ex-Google employees?
Motorola Does Openness Wrong; Bricks Your Droid X If You Tamper.
Google Apps adds more admin controls for mobile devices.
Windows Phone Live to offer Windows Phone 7 syncing and remote wipe.
RIM announces BlackBerry Protect, free remote backup, restore, and locate service.
Google releases App Inventor for Android.
Consumer Reports Says iPhone 4 Has Design Flaw.
Synchronoss Buys FusionOne as Mobile Market Matures.
Solar smartphone comes with eco bragging rights.
Verizon to launch LTE network on November 15th, handsets on Black Friday.
Google disappears apps from phones – it’s like magic!
InnoPath Powers OTA Updates for KDDI's First Android Device.
New Apple iOS 4 APIs expand iPhone device management.
Verizon Wireless to hire 200 customer-care reps.
Palm slashes App Catalog download fees in half.
Google's next Android update targets user interface revamp.
Microsoft targets enterprise via Windows Embedded Handheld.
iOS 4 arrives, bringing changes with it.
The Opportunity and Challenges of M2M.
Apple’s market cap surpasses Microsoft's.
McAfee Acquires Smartphone Security Software Company Trust Digital.
Yahoo and Nokia to partner up with Project Nike.
Google’s Apple Complex on Display at I/O.
Google Now Activating 100,000 Android Devices A Day — 50,000 Android Apps.
Google buys Global IP Solutions, adds to VoIP holdings.
Smart Phones: Will There Be More Than Two Mobile Platforms?
AT&T & Verizon’s Future Is in Your Fridge.
WiMAX Forum selects Mformation Service Manager for OMA DM Certification.
Sicap Enables Call Centre Agents to Reduce OPEX and Gain Efficiency.
Google Voice Goes After Impressionable Young Minds; Students Get Invite Priority.
Google’s Nexus One Store Is Going Out Of Business.
One more time, or the next installment in the Hero upgrade saga.
MobileMe may soon become free.
Set Down the Stone Axe and Do It Over the Air.
Verizon, Vodafone dent Google's Nexus One hopes.
HTC inks patent licensing deal with Microsoft for Android.
Mass Adoption of Smartphones is Eroding Operator Profitability.
iPhone, Android, the Weak Sisters and a Dead Parrot : A Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Developers.
Details on the Windows Phone 7 architecture leaked.
Clearwire and Funambol Collaborate to Create 4G Mobile Device Management Solution.
iPhone 4.0 brings more functionality to enterprise users.
The hidden cost of the smartphone boom.
Eric Schmidt: Mobile Is The Future, And There’s No Such Thing As Communication Overload.
iPhone OS 4.0 round up.
iPad Impact: The iSurface and Mobile Broadband.
InnoPath Software Announces Biodegradable Memento Smartphone.
TMCnet speaks with David Ginsburg, VP Marketing, InnoPath.
Mobile Data Traffic Expected To Rise 40-Fold Over Next Five Years.
Rumor Mill: Google to thwart Android fragmentation.
China, Google showdown continues.
Believe what you hear about InnoPath, they can help you with your cell phone.
Smart Phone Market To Top 1 Billion Users By 2014.
Lost Smartphones Used to Mean Identity Theft, Revealed Secrets and Compromising Photos on the Web.
Who Will Pick Up Palm?
Apple: Indian Carrier Bharti Airtel In Pact To Sell The iPhone.
Soon, There’ll Be More Mobile Web Users In China Than People In The United States.
InnoPath Named CTIA Emerging Technology Awards Finalist.
Mobile application sales to reach '$17.5bn by 2012'.
Sprint and DeviceAnywhere team up to provide virtual tutorials.
RCR Wireless speaks with David Ginsburg, VP Marketing, InnoPath.
Google facing slowdowns with its online-only model for handset sales?
Rob Glaser Defines the Superphone and Predicts the Mobile Future.
Google Gains, Apple Stays Steady, And Palm Loses In Smartphone Share.
Sybase teams with Orange Business Services on mobile device management for multinational companies.
Apple to be the Android killer? Windows Phone 7 Series the Savior?
In Mobile, Fragmentation is Forever. Deal With It.
Apple Taps ITC to Kneecap Google.
InnoPath speaks with bnetTV.com.
Apple: We're a mobile-device company.
AT&T, Verizon and Sprint 4G: Not so fast.
Smartphone Sales Up 24 Percent, iPhone's Share Nearly Doubled Last Year (Gartner).
Operators Unite to Challenge Apple's Apps.
The Android Who Cried Wolf.
Cisco: The Mobilpocalypse Is Coming!!!!!
Google Launches Phone Support For The Nexus One, Lowers ETF By $200.
InnoPath ActiveCare Supports Android, the iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, and Windows phone.
Tough calls ahead for Google's Nexus One plans.
Google issues patch for Nexus One.
InnoPath Supports its Customers, Even if Google with its Nexus One Doesn't.
Redwood City-Based Good Technology Acquires CloudSync.
Managing devices: the next big mobile opportunity.
Inventec Selects Red Bend’s MSM Solutions.
Google Voice for iPhone finally released--as a web app.
Patent Watch: IBM Figures Out How To Limit Device Access By Geolocation.
Android licensees: Keep your options open.
iPhone And Android Now Account For 81 Percent Of Smartphone Web Ads In the U.S.
App Store Overload? Kindle Gets An App Store.
Lowenstein's view: Who ya gonna call?
AT&T needs to spend $5 Billion to catch up.
Should Google Kill the Nexus One?
Microsoft: Analyst Sees Windows Mobile 7-Based 'Project Pink' Zune Phone Within 2 Months.
Google postpones Android phone launches in China.
Why Carriers Should Care About Customer Care.
Google's Nexus One and the Brave New World of Non-Support.
Malware Sneaks Into Android Market.
Palm: Getting A Boost From Verizon Move?
Google's Nexus One phone sparks flood of complaints.
Google Nexus One Leaves Customers Sour.
Mobile Trends 2020.
Complaints greet Google Nexus One phone.
Vodafone and Orange pull poor quality smartphones.
Et Tu, Andy: Did Google Betray or Bungle?
Google Android Personal Thoughts.
Has the Window Closed for Windows Mobile?
Embedded Wireless: A Step Towards Dumb Pipes?
Google to mobile industry: 'F*ck you very much!'
Google Nexus One Fine Print: Customer Service Won't Be What You're Used To.
The Home Is at the Heart of 4G M2M.
Google's Web Store Is Today's Mobile Disruption.
Nexus One: The Best Android Phone Yet.
Google Nexus One: The TechCrunch Review.
Will the Mobile Web Kill Off the App Store?
As AT&T Complains, People Notice That It Has Decreased Infrastructure Investments, But Wireless Revenue Is Way Up.
Dean Bubley's Predictions for 2010: Mobile Winners and Losers.
InnoPath Delivers a Green Christmas Over The Air.
Symantec updates smart phone management suite.
Smartphone, Heal Thyself: Droids, OTA Updates and FOTA.
Google to debut Nexus One Android phone next year.
Microsoft + Mobile Consumers = FAIL.
Customer Care: Prepaid Copies Postpaid.
Carriers Get a Wake-up Call.
North American Mobile Operators save $140 Million, Boost Satisfaction with FOTA.
Android Steps Closer to Fragmentation.
AT&T releases Mark the Spot, a network failure reporting tool.
Device Management Is Essential for Managing a Range of Wirelessly Connected Devices.
4 Scenarios for Android, Minus the Phones.
Samsung enters open mobile OS market.
Smartphones, the Future of Mobility and 'The Back 40'.
Mobile Phone Software Company Not Pleased With Courgette, Sues Google.
I Saw the Future.
Mary Meeker: Economy Is Recovering, Mobile Is Exploding, And The iPhone Is Awesome.
Unifying Application Management With Device Management.
Interop Launches SCOPE Device Management Tool.
Motorola to LiMo: Sorry, We’re with Android now.
Microsoft Commoditizing MDM?
VoLGA Explained - Voice and SMS over LTE.
Microsoft Debuts Mobile Backup Service 'My Phone', Adds Premium Features.
Verizon and Google form strategic Android partnership.
The Operators Strike Back: The Next Generation of App Stores (Part 3).
Apple Looks to Patent Cutting Users Off From Cell Phone Features.
Red Bend stacks up two new mobile software patents.
The History of the Cell Phone (video).
The Operators Strike Back: The Next Generation of App Stores.
Latest iPhone OS May Cause Battery Problems; Apple Investigates.
First OPhone in China Now Shipping with Red Bend's Mobile Software Management.
New Survey Shows Mobile Operators can Save Billions.
Can FOTA Further Marginalize Carriers?
Ondeego Launches AppCentral, A Mobile App Store For Enterprise Tools.
Verizon's new managed mobility solution signals beginning of trend.
Desperately Seeking Scale, Orange & T-Mobile Merge in UK.
Analyst Finds 150 Million 'Missing' Handsets.
China Mobile Ophone hopes.
Microsoft to unveil Windows Mobile 6.5 Oct. 6.
Sprint inks M2M partnership with DataSmart.
Major shake-up in Japan’s mobile world: NEC, Hitachi and Casio to merge cell phone businesses.
Apple: At Long Last, An iPhone Deal With China Unicom.
The Future of WiMAX Is Bleak: Analyst.
Dell Confirms Developing Phones For China Mobile.
Nokia And Microsoft Make An Unholy Alliance To Bring Office Mobile To More Phones.
An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Bob Tinker.
FCC Takes On Apple And AT&T Over Google Voice Rejection.
Led By India, WiMAX Growing Fast.
With PrePaid Customers In Mind, Sprint Buys Virgin Mobile USA For $483M.
Palm’s brazen Pre hack back into iTunes.
AsiaInfo to Develop Device Management Platform for China Unicom.
iPhone security “broken” - business users take note.
Is Apple Succeeding in Pushing the iPhone Into the Enterprise?
AT&T May Love M2M, But Show Me the Data Plans.
Palm: Report Sees Pre Defects Hitting Earnings.
Study: Mobile web a throwback to the '90s.
Google Voice is calling, but will wireless carriers answer?
Researcher: Middle East BlackBerry Update Spies on Users.
InnoPath Demos Over-the-Air Customer Care to Open Mobile Alliance Standards Group.
Orange Group Device Management Evolves with Sicap.
And Yet More Proof Of Why AT&T Needs To Keep That iPhone Exclusivity.
iPhone for the enterprise? It's possible, says Sybase.
Next Hot Tech IPO: LogMeIn.
Intel and Nokia announce "long-term strategic partnership" for an open mobile computing platform.
Apple Stuck Apologizing For AT&T Yet Again With A $30 iTunes Credit.
Over-the-air support and the changing face of mobility.
Barron’s Online : What's Troubling The Smart Phone Stocks?
IBM Throws $100 Million at Mobile.
Bridgewater Joins Rush to Apps Store.
iTunes buckles under the weight of iPhone OS 3.0 downloads, activation server crashes.
An Executive View on Enterprise Mobility with Dan Dearing.
LogMeIn Hopes to Raise Up to $80 Million in IPO.
InnoPath Extends Technical Leadership with New Device Management Client for Global Handset Vendors including LG, Samsung, and Pantech.
Apple patent reveals plans for Emergency Mode.
Hardware is the future of mobile software, and vice versa. What Intel’s acquisition of WindRiver really means.
Mformation-Sponsored Survey Reveals Mobile Users Worried about Loss and Mobile Fraud.
Is Apple's iPhone 3GS Enterprise Ready?
Juniper Research: Cheap Phones Are Big Business.
Analyst: New AT&T Policy Puts Vendors at Risk.
Microsoft Tests Free Anti-Virus Service.
Consumers get smart: 41% to buy a smartphone.
Inside Looking Out: An Executive View On Enterprise Mobility with Julie Palen.
Confusing Device Management and Application Management.
Find My iPhone helps when AT&T's insurance can't.
Intel Invest $43M in Japanese WiMAX Operator.
Apple prepares to reset the bar in the mobile app market.
Google beats mobile operators at the customer care game.
Need to Check Your Glucose? There Will Be an App for That.
Verizon will launch a carrier app store.
Intel snaps up Wind River, looks for that embedded systems edge.
Preparing for the quad play.
Google: 18 Android phones coming this year.
Change Is Imminent.
Cutting Call Times and Keeping Care Agents.
I've fallen and I can't call help! Samsung's 911 Jitterbug.
Q1 Mobile Phone Sales Off 8.6%; Smartphones Up 12.7%.
WiMAX Will Keep Limping Along.
Global Wireless Solutions: a 2009 FierceWireless Fierce 15.
GPS System Reportedly On Verge Of Breakdown.
My Phone Backs Up Windows Mobile Data Online.
Leaked: Nokia Bringing Maemo To Phones, Could Be Ad-Supported.
Wanted: One Mobile Device, for a 24/7 Life.
Red Bend Software's MSM Solutions Are Selected by NTT DOCOMO.
Sybase iAnywhere Broadens Support of Mobile Device Management Solution.
AT&T Reshapes Itself As a Smartphone Carrier.
Clearwire: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ LTE.
Companies Shed Initial Resistance to iPhone.
AT&T releases iPhone app for managing account settings.
LogMeIn Coming Soon To The BlackBerry Storm.
Mobile sales 'in record decline'.
Apple looking into building its own chips.
Mobile Device Management and the Call Center - High Speed, Low Drag and a Better Experience.
Symbian looks beyond Smartphones.
InnoPath Software Establishes India Subsidiary.
Apple Reportedly In Talks On iPhone For Verizon.
HP and RIM Get Cozy in the Enterprise.
Obama to Get Back BlackBerry at Last, Toughened by NSA.
After Five Years, Apparently The Mobile Virus Flood Is Really Coming This Time.
T-Mobile USA launches embedded SIM card for M2M.
Dialing for Dollars.
GD Acquires SmartTrust.
Is Verizon Really Ready to Open Up Its Network?
Two approaches to tackling MDM.
Report: Red Bend Leads Firmware Over-the-Air Updates.
AT&T Seeks to Extend iPhone Deal to 2011.
RIM picks up ex-Apple and Microsoft design guru.
Escaping the Spiral With MDM-Led Customer Care.
WDSGlobal and HP Team to Provide Over-the-air Provisioning Technologies.
Verizon wants its software on mobile phones.
InnoPath Announces Membership in the Symbian Foundation.
Nokia dismisses WiMAX, compares it to Betamax.
Clearwire launches development lab to Silicon Valley.
modu and Red Bend Team Up to Enable Consumers to Personalize their Mobile Experience.
U.S. IT Spending To Fall 3.1% This Year, Forrester Says.
Twitter Finds Now It Has The Leverage On Mobile Operators.
Follow the Mobile User.
Dell to Get Into the Carrier Game?
Time Is More Valuable Than Money.
Sprint to deploy WiMax in 10 U.S. cities in 2009.
Skype handles more international calls than AT&T.
T-Mobile’s My Account app hits Android Market.
InnoPath Adds LTE Support to Leading ActiveCare Mobile Device Management Platform.
iPhone Makes Up 50 Percent of Smartphone Web Traffic In U.S., Android Already 5 Percent.
Sybase launches iAnywhere Mobile Office.
Mobile: The holy grail at security conference.
New iPhone Software Has Something for Businesses.
Recession And Innovation From Wool To Hulu.
Apple Opens Up More Ways To Get Paid On The iPhone, Adds Key New Features. Apps Hit 800 Million Downloads.
70% of mobile users don't download apps.
Mobility Management and the iPhone.
At SXSW Smartphones Rule, Notebooks Drool.
Smartphone Headache: Managing the expense of supporting the smartphone.
More Info On Customer Experience And Loyalty.
Customer Service in a Shrinking Economy.
GrandCentral To (Finally) Launch As Google Voice. It’s Very, Very Good.
Beceem Integrating Red Bend vDirect Mobile into WiMAX Chipsets.
Mobile Device Management Now a Top Priority for Vendors.
OTA configuration for Android.
iPhone developer adds “phone home” capability to stop app piracy.
Mobile Device Management, Now More than Ever.
Nokia affirms LTE commitment, dismisses WiMAX.
LG recalls 30,000 handsets because they suck at calling 911.
InnoPath: Mobile Device Management (video from MWC).
State of WiMAX: Will Huawei Win It All?
UK cell providers ask Nokia to pull Skype from phones.
Red Bend news briefs (Intel/WiMAX, Borqs/Android).
Cell Phones: Demand Is Even Worse Than You Think.
Why the Japanese Hate the iPhone.
iPhone not selling well in Japan, now available for free.
VMware demos mobile virtualisation.
Tough market means greater need for mobile device management.
Mobile Device Management Corrals Smartphone Problems.
Motorola sells Good Technology to Visto.
Smartphones more complex than netbooks.
NEC and Carrier IQ Announce Global Partnership.
Skype and Nokia partner to integrate Skype into Nokia devices.
Bill Gates grant to extend mobile banking to poor.
Sprint may launch a WiMAX Android handset in 2010.
Symbian Secures Big Backers in Mobile OS War.
Palm OS, she is dead.
The next step in multiplicity: Multi-IMSI SIM cards.
Move Over Touch: Voice Recognition Grows Up.
Moshi Moshi (from NPR).
InnoPath and Mentor Graphics Deliver Mobile Device Management for Nucleus.
SIMCom Licenses Red Bend Software for Remote Software Management of M2M Wireless Devices.
Microsoft leaks My Phone cloud service.
With Latitude, Google Fires Another Shot at Mobile Operators.
Addressing the Challenges in the Design of High-Performance FOTA Diff Engines.
Managing devices: the next big mobile opportunity.
T-Mobile pushes G1 update, adds voice search.
Not every company needs an App Store.
Customers are talking - Apple hangs up on the wrong customer.
Apple could allow real background applications on iPhone.
InnoPath Introduces First Mobile Device Management System Tying Smartphones and Advanced Featurephones to Customer Care.
Mformation to Provide Advanced Device Management to Telefonica Mobile Business in Spain
Taking Care with Mobile Device Management.
Nortel exits mobile WiMAX business.
1981 TV Report On Birth Of Internet News.
Zumba phone: best voice recognition ever?
RIM CEO: Buggy smartphone software here to stay.
Mountain View-Based Carrier IQ Raises $20M in Third Round.
Apple’s Tim Cook Warns Competitors: If You Rip Off The iPhone, We’ll Go After You.
Haier Telecom Selects Red Bend's Mobile Software Management Solution.
New phone features 'baffle users'.
Piracy prompts iPhone developer to put ads in game.
Tangoe, Inc. Acquires InterNoded, Inc.
Apple App Store hits 500 million downloads.
Nuance Takes On Microsoft and Google With IBM Deal.
InnoPath Receives Product of the Year Award Presented by Customer Interaction Solutions Magazine.
How Would You Like Your Own, Personal iPhone App?
Motorola Cuts Could Be Bad News for Windows Mobile.
Nokia ends production of its only WiMax device.
Clearwire launches WiMAX service in Portland.
Nokia responds to SMS "Curse of Silence" glitch.
Reflections on 2008; Anticipation of 'the Day After'.
Verizon Wireless: M2M push.
Verizon, Why You Gotta Mess With My Settings?
VixML: A Revolutionary New iPhone Development Platform For The Masses.
Google asking users for mobile device ideas.
India to Shut Down 25 Million Mobile Phones in January.
Verizon Wireless to Enable GPS on More Handsets.
Survey: VCs Predict Difficult 2009, Followed by Recovery.
Mformation and Nokia Partner to Ensure Seamless Management of Nokia Devices.
Palm gets in on the app store action.
AT&T now offering iPhone at-home activation.
Is Verizon Wireless nailing the coffin shut on WiMAX?
SmartTrust Expands Terminal Capabilities Repository Program to Support Over 4,100 Wireless Devices.
Android Rising: Sony Ericsson, Vodafone, and 14 Others Join Open Handset Alliance.
Blackberry Storm OTA upgrade finally appears.
Perlego announces mobile device management support for BlackBerry.
OTA and FOTA Updates for BlackBerry Storm and Other Feature Phones.
Smart Support for Smartphones.
InnoPath Deployed by LG on Handsets at Telus and Bell Mobility.
Nokia to pull out of Japan market.
T-Mobile International works with Mformation to enhance remote customer support.
Nokia to launch its own MVNO in Japan.
MDM: Lifeline in the Storm.
Musings of a mobile marketer: There is no future of mobile.
InnoPath Announces Support for the Newly Ratified OMA-DM SCOMO Standard.
UQ Communications Selects Mformation to Support Advanced Mobile WiMAX Service in Japan.
NTT DoCoMo Moves Into India, Buys a Piece of Tata.
VMware Introduces Mobile Virtualization Platform.
Europe Hit With Big Telecom Jobs Cuts.
UC Berkeley software turns cell phones into traffic trackers.
The iPhone Is Now the Best Selling Phone In the U.S.
Cell phone makers face toughest year since 2001.
Apple now #2 in the Smartphone space.
Google sends out Android update RC30 - blocks 'jailbreak'.
Mary Meeker’s View Of The World In 50 Slides.
Amdocs to buy Changing Worlds.
19% of mobile consumers in U.S. now using smartphones, according to study.
Mobile software is dead. Long live... mobile software.
MasterCard Offers a Piece of the Mobile Payment Puzzle.
Can Motorola’s Big Bet on Android Pay Off?
Rumor: Panasonic to buy Sanyo.
Mformation Sues RIM.
InnoPath’s MDM Client Deployed by Pantech across Multiple Tier-1 Operators.
T-Mobile G1 getting its first Over the Air update tomorrow.
The rise of application stores for mobile software.
The Android fine print: Kill switch and other tidbits.
Enterprise Services: Device Management - Managing for the future.
Interview - Caring about device management.
Sybase iAnywhere goes after Intellisync market.
Analysts cut 2009 mobile phone growth estimates.
T-Mobile USA rolls out on-device app for customer care.
Device Management - The last leg is in your hands.
What effect will the financial crisis have on the tech sector?
Sprint's WiMax efforts doomed to failure?
Nokia closing business mobility segment: so long Intellisync.
44% of used devices still contain sensitive info.
Google’s End Run Around the Wireless Carriers.
Background Updating Comes to the Foreground.
The darker side of Android.
Google Android is about advertising, not the enterprise.
How Google Can Save Android From Certain Failure.
Study says mobile sector booming despite financial turmoil.
InnoPath Delivers Mobile Device Management for the Android OS.
Verizon Wireless goes contract free; how hard will swapping multiple handsets be?
Mobilize: What’s the Future of Mobile Apps?
F-Secure, Nokia and TeliaSonera join hands in MDM.
62,000 phones and PDAs left in London cabs.
Telefonica O2 signs with Sicap to set up Czech mobiles.
InnoPath Delivers MDM Client on Casio G’zOne.
Fraser Speirs – App Store: I’m out.
Carrier IQ - Active Probes for Active Mobiles.
DEMO: Maverick Mobile.
Cops Need Warrant for Cellphone Location Data, Judge Rules.
LogMeIn helps IT solve mobile phone problems.
Nokia brings Exchange Server support to entire S60 line.
Managing the Mobile Enterprise.
Sprint employees to become phone counselors.
InnoPath: The Billion Dollar Impact.
Stratecast Quantifies the Positive Billion-Dollar Impact of MDM on Customer Care Expenses.
Sicap enables the non-iPhone, non-Android market to get even with software.
What's coming in SCMDM SP1.
InterNoded IMDM manages multiple messaging platforms.
Red Bend Enables Lenovo Mobile to Manage Software Over-the-Air.
Microsoft looks to build one-stop mobile apps store.
AT&T deploys Microsoft SCMDM 2008.
Android to Get Its Own App Market.
iPhone Security Flaw Exposes Your Private Data.
KACE Announces iPhone Systems Management Solution for the Enterprise.
Nuance and Genesys Announce Call Center Partnership.
Nuance to Acquire SNAPin Software.
The iPhone Is Now Ready for Enterprise Mobility: So Says Gartner.
Samsung Instinct getting firmware updates.
InnoPath Claims MDM Success.
Are design flaws plaguing the iPhone 3G?
Apple Sells 60 Million iPhone Apps, Jobs Confirms Kill Switch.
Google GPhone Delayed By HTC Issues, Global Equities Says.
Orange launches Device Management service.
Unicel to launch in Sao Paulo [as Aeiou, with support from SmartTrust].
iPhone Coders Muzzled, Miffed By Apple's NDA.
Google: No plans to join LiMo.
Updated iPhone Software Now Available.
Apple, AT&T Extend Monogamous Relationship.
Apple seeds background app tools to select iPhone developers.
SMobile Systems and Sybase iAnywhere Alliance for Mobile Enterprise Security.
Consider the Phone Company for Tech Help.
T-Mobile helps parents set wireless limits.
The challenges of WiMAX service activation.
BT Acquires Ribbit For $105 Million.
Start-Up May Aid Telecoms' Reach.
Users may help to vet Android apps.
Should Android, Symbian combine?
Microsoft to get more narrow-minded.
Rampaging Consumers Overrun Corporate IT.
NEC and Motive Form Femtocell Alliance.
iPhone 2.1 Update to Bring Turn-by-Turn GPS?
Apple’s App Store: The New Walled Garden.
5 ways the iPhone 3G still lags in enterprise.
Apple Launching App Store Beta Program.
Microsoft SCMDM: Troubleshooting "Remote Wipe Now."
The 7 centres of gravity in mobile.
Where Are the Smartphone Standards?
Android Not Open: No XMPP, No Source, No SDK For Some.
Hold off on WiMax investments, Gartner cautions.
Sales of Nokia’s low-cost Phones Increasing.
Dell and Wal-Mart Offer Tech Support to Customers.
Total Telecom: Tech briefing: Mobile device management: Mixed blessings.
Google offers Android updates only to contest winners.
Free laptop-tracking system becomes available.
Announcing the Sun Java System Mobile Enterprise Platform.
SK Telecom In Talks To Buy Sprint, CNBC Says.
The Battle for the New Customer Service Experience.
Mobile Phone Sales Predicted to Slow Down.
Sprint's Xohm taps Mformation for remote device management.
iPhone 3G aftermath: Apple sells 1 million devices in 3 days.
Apple and AT&T Stores Having Difficulty Activating iPhones (UPDATE: It's the iPocalypse).
Apple iPhone 3G kerfuffle.
The great Google-Nokia-Apple war.
Mobile device management and the user experience.
Setting the Record Straight on Mobile Security.
Operators Form Mobile Apps Initiative.
How Will iPhone 2.0 Change The Smartphone Market.
Can We Close The Book On MVNOs Now?
Lost cameras "phone home" to catch thieves.
Mobile Linux groups join forces.
Barron’s Online: Microsoft To Buy MobiComp, Mobile Data Backup Provider.
Symbian, iPhone & the New Mobile Reality.
Handset sales sluggish thanks to weak economy.
Nokia acquires Symbian.
Google’s Android Hits Snags With Mobile Carriers.
Nokia to acquire Plazes.
Study says businesses aren't convinced of iPhone yet.
Analyst: 3G iPhone not ready for the enterprise.
Imagine: Giving TerraNet-enabled cellphones to 20% of the world.
Alcatel-Lucent buying Motive for $67.8M.
Telco 2.0: Apple’s iPhone: Beware of Poisonous Pips.
New Nokia phones targeted at enterprises.
Mformation and Bridgewater Systems Partner to Support Seamless Service Delivery over WiMAX Networks.
Apple's App Store vital to iPhone success, say analysts.
Skydeck: Will It Be The First Billion Dollar Social Graph Company?
Seven Overlooked iPhone 3G Details.
InnoPath Extends Mobile Device Management to WiMAX Networks.
Five mobile social networking services you should get to know.
Jobs unveils 3G, $199 iPhone.
Apple Relaunches .Mac as MobileMe: Sync Everything.
New iPhone unveiled today?
Location-Tracking Startup Sense Networks Emerges from Stealth To Answer the Question: Where Is Everybody?
In Japan, Cellphones Have Become Too Complex to Use.
Microsoft wants to turn your phone off.
Carlo Longino at MobHappy tells us about his Wednesday morning...
Cisco Makes an Enterprise MDM Play.
InnoPath’s Customer Service Portal Receives Product of the Year Honors.
Seybold: Intel's WiMAX Exit Strategy?
FSTC announces m-payments standards initiative.
Verizon Wireless buys Alltel; Becomes largest Wireless Operator ahead of AT&T.
Barron’s Online: Verizon Reportedly In Talks To Buy Alltel For $27 Billion.
Brick-and-mortar kiosks sell mobile content.
InnoPath Software and NTT DOCOMO Sign License Agreement to Evaluate OMA-DM.
Mobile Security Market Wide Open.
Open standards drive growth of phone backup service provider.
Video: Google Android Live Demo.
Android to offer iPhone-like App Store.
Qualcomm follows Nokia into services arena.
Intel to re-enter mobile-phone market.
Cisco announces open platform for mobile enterprise.
Google CEO: Mobile advertising to generate more revenue than today's web.
Mobile device security an issue nobody wants to address.
Apple could be looking at solar power for mobile devices.
Hop-On Releases $10 'Anti-iPhone'.
SMobile providing security for British Telecom phones.
Are We Ready for Mobile Identity?
Cell phone users may get break on fees.
Handset sales slowing in U.S. amid worsening economy.
Intel Invests in Malaysian WiMAX Operator.
Sicap and Red Bend Sign Agreement for Interoperable Device Management.
Vodafone Buys Zyb for $49M.
Android vs. LiMo: What’s the difference?
At The Churchill Club: The Top 10 Tech Trends.
RIM details features in BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0.
MVNOs better than their hosts?
Verizon Wireless spurns Android for LiMo.
Sneak Peak At Android Apps Out of MIT.
Intel Wins Piece of Swedish Spectrum.
Clearwire, Sprint Nextel to form $14.55B wireless company.
An Outbreak of Caring.
Survey: IT Executives Cutting Budgets and Consolidating Assets in '08.
Mformation Delivers Enhancement to Platform for Management of Devices and Services over WiMAX.
For Businesses, Device Management Still Rocket Science.
Bitfone OTA Apps Re-Appear as HP.
Microsoft launches Live Mesh.
Sybase iAnywhere Introduces Comprehensive Management And Security For Symbian Devices.
Red Bend Receives $10 Million in Funding to Meet Market Demand for Mobile Software Management.
Mobile Device Management Services - a $20 Billion Opportunity by 2013.
Motorola invests in multiple mobile OS technology.
A bridge with a nervous system.
WiMAX Supporters Try To Suppress Case Study About WiBRO Troubles.
Nationwide cellphone alert system in the works.
Wadaro, monitoring mobile network and services performance.
Affinity-Based MVNO Service Sonopia To Close Down.
Good aims to manage all enterprise mobile devices.
Microsoft takes big step in managing enterprise handhelds.
700 MHz winners reveal plans, no big surprises yet.
Mixed Signals on WiMax at CTIA.
Motive and Red Bend Help Operators Overcome Barriers to Mobile and Converged Service Delivery.
Microsoft updates Windows Mobile, IE Mobile.
Siemens and Airbiquity Form M2M Alliance.
Enterprise OS wars: Symbian v Windows Mobile.
InnoPath eyes two MDM deals in 2008 [in Latin America].
Report: Cable MSOs to invest in Sprint-Clearwire.
It's official: Motorola to spin out handset biz.
Google Asks FCC to Open "White Space" for Broadband.
Australian Company Calls WiMax a Disaster.
700 MHz auction results.
Alcatel-Lucent's WNG tracks mobile apps' traffic demands.
Mobile device management: past, present, and future.
T-Mobile Venture Fund Buys Siemens Wireless Module Arm.
Apple: iPhone To Support Exchange; Unveils SDK; Debuts App Store; June SW Update; Kleiner Sets $100M iFund.
Apple hints at enterprise future for iPhone.
Open Source 3-D Printing from OpenMoko.
Nokia and Microsoft, sittin' in a tree...
Google Gears Goes Mobile.
Sierra Wireless Selects Red Bend for OTA Mobile Software Management.
NTT DoCoMo Buys Stake in UI Middleware Supplier.
Jason Langridge: Presentation for MS SCMDM.
Michael Gartenberg - Death of the Smartphone.
What's Apple's Enterprise iPhone Play?
Sprint Writes Down Nextel, Posts $29.5 Billion Loss.
Ian Fogg - Mobile Web vs Applications/Widgets.
1 billion phones sold globally in 2007.
What's a Normob?
Mobile Opportunity: Mobile applications, RIP.
Standalone Mobile Apps vs Web Apps on Mobile.
Cellular Biz & Its $99 Problem.
Mobile device admin options leave IT shops wanting.
Price War! Telcos Swoon As Analysts Chop Estimates.
Mike Rowehl: Why I Don’t Care About LiMo.
Users taste mobile outsourcing.
Rumor Mill: Intel investing $2B in Sprint/Clearwire.
DotMobi database to help mobile developers.
WDSGlobal launches DeviceUpdate, the mobile industry's 'first' fully managed, pay-per-use FOTA service.
Companies abandon LiPS for LiMo.
Meanwhile, Microsoft Buys Danger.
Motorola Announces Management Solution for WiMAX and Mobile Devices.
InnoPath Software Announces Major Initiatives to Accelerate Deployment and Use of MDM.
Build-to-order cell phone store launched.
LiMo Foundation to Launch Phone Platform in March.
Google’s Android Is Already Delayed.
Red Bend Software Selected by ZTE Corporation to Enable MSM for WiMAX Devices.
China Unicom Deploys InnoPath’s Integrated MDM Solution.
Financial Transactions Conducted Via Mobile Phone to Generate Over $587 billion by 2011.
Nokia’s Plan to Acquire Trolltech Raises Concerns for Symbian.
A Big Day For Mobile In The US?
Clearwire Reportedly In Talk With Sprint On WiMax Venture; Potential Investments From GOOG, INTC, BBY.
Red Bend Unveils MAST - Industry's First Linux Mobile Phone with Software 100% Customizable OTA.
InnoPath's FOTA client deployed on KDDI's Common Platform 'KCP+'.
RIM unveils BlackBerry platform updates.
Nokia, the OS company.
Skyfire browser for Windows Mobile is game changing, does Flash.
Nokia acquires Trolltech.
What Will Mobile Phones Be Like In 10 Years?
Symbian Virus-Worm Spreading in the Wild.
Linux phone stack to gain differential FOTA.
Red Bend Software and Trolltech partner.
Apple and IBM team up against Microsoft.
Mobile-application developers grow tired of waiting for Google's Android code.
iPhone goes corporate: AT&T announces business plan.
Kyocera to buy Sanyo's Mobile Phone Division.
Google: What If It Wins The 700 MHz Spectrum Auction?
Sprint Shares Tumble; T, VZ Also Drop.
The mobile revolution.
With Recession Looming, Tech Profit Ests Look Too High.
Mobile Device Management in 2008 and Beyond.
The Real Importance of iPhone Update 1.1.3.
Personal Devices Create a Dilemma for Corporate IT.
Motive to Provide Diagnostics and Device Management to Airvana Femtocells.
Telco 2.0: 2008 Preview: Platforms, Partners… and Predators.
Major carrier shakeup expected in China.
Sun rubber stamps Synchronica licensing deal.
NEC's N905i/N905iµ handsets ship with Red Bend's FOTA solution.
HP on UWB, TV and cellular.
The Untold Story: How the iPhone blew up the wireless industry.
iPhone virus confirmed.
New sun spot activity threatens mobile phone networks.
IBM digs into security management.
Windows Mobile 7 to focus on touch and motion gestures.
Trolltech, Huawei join mobile Linux group.
Yahoo opens up its mobile platform to third parties.
Sprint, SquareLoop team up for safety alerts.
YouTube - Motorola Z8 firmware update (FOTA) demo.
Nokia Siemens snaps up Apertio.
Top 10 predictions for the wireless industry.
Forget Google, watch out for Chevron in the 700 MHz auction.
Strategy Analytics: 2008 will see "significant traction on MDM."
Silicon Valley startup Ribbit wants to take on the Telcos.
Vodafone Essar outsources to IBM.
Qualcomm announces availability of MobileView.
Web service lets users try out mobile phones.
Email application the culprit in Palm Centro battery life problems.
LiPS Forum finalizes Release 1.0 specifications.
Verzio launches two dual-SIM handsets.
BigFix considers agents for cellphones and PDAs.
InnoPath's UI customization technology popular among au subscribers.
The Internet of Machines.
For parents, a service that can offer peace of mind.
Verizon Wireless president explains open access.
Nokia acquires Palo Alto-based mobile PC access firm Avvenu.
IBM Survey: Telecom executives still clueless.
Verizon hedges on using Android.
Verizon Wireless joins Google-backed phone consortium.
Nokia helps operators target the enterprise.
Telecom New Zealand invests in advanced device management (using Mformation).
Microsoft says Verizon announcement will give CIOs more choices for mobility.
More than half of cell phone users dissatisfied.
Product updates for Nokia Intellisync Mobile Suite.
Bug Labs: Build your own mobile phone.
Cellfish Media’s new Add-to-Phone.
Gemalto wins SIM-based mobile banking deal in Colombia.
With Google’s my location, who needs a GPS?
Red Bend Software named FOTA [client] market leader by Ovum.
Verizon Wireless opens up its network. Who's next?
Top Ten: Emerging markets carriers.
The significance of Google’s Android.
Symantec offers security software for smartphones.
Tim Berners-Lee warns of ‘Walled Gardens’ for mobile internet.
The Google set-top box (think Android for TV).
Bharti Airtel partners with Mformation.
Funambol to sync with Google's Android.
Self-help for cellphones.
Alltel Wireless to launch parental controls application.
Red Bend advances into the domestic Japanese M2M market.
Microsoft to buy mobile music company Musiwave.
YouTube - Android Demo.
Mformation plans partnerships for security.
Mobile operators failing corporate customers.
The next IT challenge: Mobile device management.
Teaching people to use their feature-rich phones.
Trend Micro updates mobile security platform.
VisionMobile: The user side of mobile software management.
Google unveils "Android" mobile phone platform.
Synchronica gets IMAP assets with GoodServer buy.
Google phone platform due out in mid 2008.
Bell Mobility adopts Mformation Device Management Platform.
Microsoft builds custom 'skin' for new T-Mobile phone.
98% of UK stolen phones are blocked by networks within 48 hours.
Microsoft's new mobile platform may be WinMo's tipping point.
SNAPin powers T-Mobile's customer service portal.
Feeding the cash cow: Beefing up mobile business services.
Microsoft introduces mobile management system for smart phones.
i-mate phones may stir up enterprise mobile.
HP announces support for Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008.
Microsoft's next wireless push courts the enterprise.
iPhone's security rivals Windows 95 (no, that's not good).
Enterprise gets ready for the spotlight.
Verizon: InnoPath's FOTA will deliver updates to phones.
Mobile security tops concerns, but policy isn't enforced.
Interview with Motricity CEO Ryan Wuerch.
Steve Jobs: Third party applications on the iPhone.
Managing the mobile device life cycle effectively.
Red Bend upgrades FOTA on Symbian.
CA develops enterprise smartphone management.
Bill Gates unveils new communications software.
It’s all about control (policy management).
Where’s the business case for device management?
Air Products selects Odyssey Software to upgrade MDM.
Wavecom signs up partners for M2M monitoring and updates.
Samsung to unveil dual SIM phone in Europe.
Arik Hesseldahl: Why I won't buy an iPhone.
Red Bend Software reaches 200M mobile phones.
Mobile Firefox out to break industry hold on device apps.
Telefonica + Nokia services agreement.
Microsoft plots embedded OS futures.
InnoPath partners with O3SIS to provide backup and restore.
Interview: Graeme Ferguson, MD, Global Content, Picsel.
InnoPath expects 2-3 Tier 1 contracts during 2008.
From PARC, the mobile phone as tour guide.
InnoPath Software penetrates Latin America mobile operator market.
Mformation secures government support of $4.3M from Invest Northern Ireland.
Google Unplugged: gPhone or not, Google's going mobile.
Unlocked iPhones (temporarily?) iBricked.
Disney Mobile shutters its doors.
What Mobile Device Management means for smartphones.
Dial M for a mobile I can actually work.
Mobile Mania? HP says it has IT's back.
Thinstall upgrades and partners with BMC.
Nokia expands enterprise, security offerings.
HTC brings enhanced OTA updates with Smith Micro device management software.
Windows Mobile Device management in the enterprise.
InnoPath partners with SMobile Systems to provide mobile device security.
Mobile system promises free calls.
Nine wireless network companies to watch.
Mformation’s enhanced Enterprise Manager.
Could GPay be Google’s killer phone app?
AT&T sells parental cell phone controls.
Synchronica launches backup and restore for the masses.
Rumor Mill: Microsoft wants to buy RIM.
BigFix plans agents for hypervisors and cellphones.
Nokia barges into mobile services.
Patents could bring mobile phones closer to ATMs.
FastScale extends software management to VMware.
34.6 million Symbian OS handsets shipped in Q2 2007.
Nokia's main announcement (Ovi).
Google phone rumors: HTC, Android, and even Yahoo in the mix.
NJ teen unlocks iPhone from AT&T network.
Microsoft chooses Limelight for content delivery.
Inc 5000: InnoPath Software at no. 102.
Nokia teams with Microsoft for Windows Live apps on smartphones.
Gizmodo How To: Install apps on your iPhone easily, no hacking skills required.
Mobile management portal gets simpler.
Synchronica signs breakthrough contract with Sun Microsystems.
Why OSS silos must come down.
Nokia adds camera, Wi-Fi shut-off to management software.
Toshiba adopts Red Bend's vCurrent Mobile Software.
Novell buys endpoint security firm Senforce.
FutureDial and Sun Corporation acquire Cellebrite.
Sybase CEO says the future is mobile.
Nokia launches mobile social networking site beta.
Report: Mobile venture financing on the upswing.
Sybase, HTC aim to improve Windows Mobile devices.
Google developing search tool for mobile content.
Watch mobile, user interface and Web 2.0 innovations, says Gartner.
FutureDial enables content transfer among 1,000 mobile phone models.
InnoPath joins LiMo foundation.
Linux to power Google GPhone?
Mobile phone shipments slowing.
Why cell phone networks are a weak link in a crisis.
Google working on super double secret mobile phone.
Apple security update may stifle unlocking of iPhone.
Red Bend's client suite tapped for SANYO mobile phones.
iPass announces online service that unifies connection, protection, and management of devices.
Windows Mobile revenue increased by 21 percent.
Backup your mobile phone address book and SMS messages online at Zyb.
State of mobile solutions for enterprise: MobileAware's Brian Kinane offers insight.
AT&T Mobile Backup has your back(up).
225.21 million mobile users in India.
501.64 million mobile users in China.
HP and Motorola reaffirm deal on Bitfone client.
iPhone flaw lets hackers take over, security firm says.
Synchronica licenses to SmartTrust.
Amp'd to join ESPN in MVNO graveyard.
One-third of Americans want an iPhone.
LogMeIn announces first web-based remote support tool for Smartphones.
8M cell phones will be lost in '07 -- how to back yours up.
Motorola to acquire Leapstone Systems.
Nokia embeds Skype for N800.
Start with the iPhone, work back to human nature.
Red Bend Software Achieves 43% increase in FOTA shipments in Q2 2007.
Jupiter Research on mobile payments.
The $300 Linux-powered 'iPhone Killer' arrives.
MDM report identifies InnoPath Software as best positioned in market.
Charger disarmer (patent application from Apple).
iPhone battery plot thickens.
Gartner: Keep the iPhone out of the corporate enterprise.
How the iPhone breaks industry rules.
As the iPhone launch nears, the wireless industry needs a clue.
Mobile Clinic: keeping mobile workforce management consistent.
Activating iPhones to be rage-free: iTunes does it for you.
Mobile Software Management technologies to enable new revenue opportunities.
Red Bend ships FOTA with background updates, revertible updates.
State of the IPO Market: Very very good.
iPhone requires iTunes, Apple says.
In pictures: a history of cell phones.
Mobile Linux group releases first specs.
Search firms fear mobile Web lockout.
Amp’d, MVNOs and future of the market.
Container projects: The next chapter in handset customisation.
European retailer reveals iPhone network spec.
Openwave rejects Harbinger, plans on stand-alone recuperation.
Amp’d Mobile implodes: Burns $360 million, declares bankruptcy.
Hospitals nationwide combat employee camera-phone abuse.
SnapIn raises $6.3 million.
Mformation secures $20M in funding.
Smith Micro in licensing agreement with Wavecom.
Norton smartphone suite to ship next week.
Going private: Alltel for $27.5 billion.
AT&T offers mobile backup solution.
Boo Hoo for You: Japanese smartphones say "in ya face" to us Westerners.
Qualcomm's MVNO, healthcare's the hook.
It's Silicon Valley vs. Telcos in battle for wireless spectrum.
Worldwide handheld device market continues downhill slide.
T3G Technology selects Red Bend for FOTA solution.
InnoPath introduces activation-based client pricing and no-cost porting programs.
Synchronica raises US $7M in funding through placement of shares.
Linux evolves for mobile devices.
Motorola to announce iPhone competitor.
User-programmable OLED screens on cell phones.
Apple's iPhone rocks the cell phone industry.
Sun responds to AJAX, Silverlight with JavaFX.
mFormation lands Telus deal.
Silverlight: The web just got richer.
Standard for secure mobile payments coming.
Enterprise mobility is nascent reality.
SNAPin, chosen by FierceWireless as a Top Wireless Company 2007.
New attack puts routers, cell phones at risk.
HTC to ship Google handsets by year-end.
HP swims upstream on mobile device management.
AsiaInfo to develop MDM system for China Mobile (using Bitfone).
Motorola's mobile smell-o-phone.
iPhone delays Apple OS.
Sun quietly buys SavaJe.
The headaches of being a handset OEM.
Pantech regroups after a too-close focus on design.
Enterprise Skype on the horizon? Yes!
Nearly half of customer problems relate to handset configuration.
Smart SMS releases mobile Visa debit card.
DoCoMo Intel dual-OS handsets for enterprise use.
Palm takes a turn toward Linux.
Japan's KDDI to launch American MVNO.
Bye bye browser.
Finding security in Windows Mobile monoculture.
Smith Micro licenses Insignia technology to Sybase.
IDC: mobile device security software will drive revenue growth over the next five years.
Microsoft's Deepfish service dives into mobile web-browsing waters.
Nokia's cellphone firewall patent.
Banking goes mobile (via Time magazine).
Symantec offers mobile security.
O3SIS chosen by mobilkom austria AG to safeguard subscribers' mobile address books.
Now roll your own MVNO.
Mobile Enterprise Weblog on MDM's "collision course."
HOMBRE: Ajax-alike thin client for any phone.
Vodafone seeks to integrate enterprise applications.
Motive forges new direction for mobile device management.
InnoPath MDM solution implemented by Japan's EMOBILE Ltd.
Lose a phone? YouGetItBack will help get it back.
Symantec aims for PC-type security on mobiles.
Openwave Systems CEO resigns, company explores possible sale.
Motorola replaces Bitfone with Red Bend client for FOTA.
Synchronica plans fund-raising.
More rumors on the Google Phone.
Sony Ericsson’s mobile phone/universal remote control.
Adding *everyone* to a cellphone's contact list.
Mformation expands global presence with Malaysia office.
Cell-C to use mFormation.
Telefónica selects mFormation.
Fraud-proof phones patent from IBM.
Can enterprises bypass the carrier?
Japan Radio Company brings Red Bend solution to Willcom.
3GSM: More of the same for enterprise mobility.
Toshiba selects InnoPath for SoftBank handsets.
Smith Micro to acquire assets of Insignia Solutions.
HP targets business market with iPaq smartphone.
Microsoft files with FCC to test what may be Zune phone.
Microsoft mobilizes again.
Major shake-out predicted for $15bn consumer MVNO market.
Taiwan Mobile, MasterCard test mobile payments.
Synchronica enables back-up and restore for the masses.
Why aren't IT managers being heard?
InnoPath provides Samsung with MDM solution.
Red Bend speeds firmware upgrades.
Red Bend Software announces software management solution.
Mobile giants plot secret rival to Google.
Sage, RIM say mobile CRM is ready for prime time.
Red Bend and Telit to improve software management of m2m wireless devices.
Sprint Nextel employs mFormation device management platform.
Symantec to acquire Altiris.
Forrester Research: With Bitfone, HP moves to solve MDM pain.
InnoPath announces new revenue generating MDM capabilities.
Red Bend celebrates FOTA milestones.
Japanese telecoms: Change is in the air.
Oh No Moto! Profit falls 48%, job cuts.
InnoPath selected by the GSM Association as a Global Mobile Awards Nominee.
Synchronica cuts jobs and rewrites software.
Visa launches mobile platform.
Three companies on the move.
Levy interviews Steve Jobs about iPhone.
InnoPath nears enterprise MDM partnerships.
Visa, Nokia turn cell phones into credit cards.
AT&T to replace Cingular brand Monday.
HP's lagging smart-phone business eyes boost from startup acquisition.
Apple, Cingular, service creation and operator requirements.
GigaOM: iPhone and the end of PC era.
Move on, rumormongers: The iPhone is finally real.
A personal computer to carry in a pocket.
The enterprise MVNO challenge.
IDC study identifies 10 emerging mobile players to watch in 2007.
Bitfone buy could spur run on MDM software.
Hewlett-Packard to buy Bitfone.
The top five applications for mobile user authentication + roaming.
Rumormongers tire of iPhone, move on to Googlephone.
Mobile enterprise market will grow 23% annually to $3.5B in 2010.
The cloudy future of mobile Linux.
SMS over IP standard.
Visa invests in mFormation.
Cameraphones disabled over the air by mFormation.
Pantech seeks bailout.
DIY cell phone.
New software helps police nab cellphone thieves.
What’s your mobile strategy, stupid?
The phone of the future.
Synchronica announces Mobile Manager 1.3.
Dean Bubley: VoIP + SMS = headaches.
Vodafone moves to boost mobile enterprise offerings.
Skype launches first mobile service.
GigaOM: Will iPhone save handset business?
Oracle users wary of putting applications on Nokia devices.
Google CEO sees free mobile phones, funded by ads.
GigaOM: Software side of mobile phones.
Motorola buys mobile software maker Good Technology.
Motorola's open source mobile Java initiative.
Intel drafts privacy license for mobile device software.
Synchronica backs first device management portal.
ARCchart: Future looks firm for FOTA.
Disney following the content-based MVNO model: Hype, slash prices, fail.
NTT DoCoMo, Intel to let users set OS on cell phones.
Amp'd's future looks to be as a content provider, not an MVNO.
Alltel and Bitfone launch world's first OMA-DM solution for CDMA.
Making sense of MDM.
Synchronica launches automated device management hotline.
Synchronica adds support for Windows Mobile 5.
T-Mobile becomes the first to combine cell and WiFi.
Nokia enables Oracle apps on phones.
Insignia engages strategic advisor.
Red Bend now on SoftBank mobile phones from Sharp.
Internet leaders: Mobile is tough nut to crack.
Bitfone expands management team.
Red Bend investors prepare to see return.
Nokia expands channel for enterprise products.
MDM: enterprises want a better partnership model.
Mobile ESPN killed.
Jajah just launched killer VOIP product.
Report from visiongain: Mobile Device Management 2006-2011.
RIM device would thwart thieves.
Sprint dons Mobile Armor for security gig.
Motorola acquires Symbol: It's about the channel.
TAT and Red Bend partner to enable OTA embedded UI customization.
Synchronica among first to support new FUMO standard.
Bitfone's FusionDM energizes the mobile user experience.
InnoPath announces iMDM Solutions Suites Version 5.1.
Manage your mobility with Synchronica's Mobile Manager.
Sybase makes big mobile play.
New mobile-to-PC worm arrives.
New specification to lock down mobile phones.
Nokia opens up firmware updates.
OMA intros FUMO.
Red Bend and Opera form partnership to upgrade mobile browsers OTA.
Is open-standards-based e-mail the key to the SMB?
Sprint to slow Boost Mobile's growth.
Nokia delivers MDM solution to MegaFon in Russia.
Mobile Java being open-sourced - just in the nick of time.
Roll your own Linux phone.
Linux groups team on mobile standards.
Disney yanks UK MVNO plans.
US MVNOs fail to capture market imagination; Disney likely to succeed where Helio will fail.
Sicap acquires Swapcom.
Amp'd Mobile to launch in Canada (with Telus).
Orange offers "screaming" phones.
Mobile threats hit out of the blue.
McAfee says mobile viruses happening now.
Sprint Nextel’s weak MVNO plan.
Mobile enterprise security starts with policy.
MacBook wireless hack demonstrated.
Open sourcing mobile email.
WiFi phones: look, will you just forget about hotspots?
Merrill Lynch: Time to pull plug on Mobile ESPN.
Mobile business MVNOs trickling into the EM ecosystem.
Nortel + Microsoft = Unified Communications.
Red Bend Software signs agreement with NEC.
NetCom licenses Synchronica's SyncML Gateway to provide back-up and restore.
Embarq selects Visage Mobile as MVNO enabler.
HP unveils revolutionary wireless chip.
The Tyranny of the SIM Card.
Mobile users face knotty security issues.
Cingular joins OMTP.
What a waste.
"Cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communications" coming your way.
High profile virtual operators floundering.
ZTE and Bitfone partner.
MVNO: Easy come, easy go.
And the wireless walled garden comes tumbling down.
Earthlink's WiFi phone service.
Microsoft Unified Communications: More confusion for mobility.
Red Bend Software Releases vCurrent Mobile Version 4 .
mFormation Enterprise Manager reviewed by PC Magazine.
Outsourcing Mobile Device Management.
Kyocera picks Bitfone.
InnoPath secures Series D funding.
The enterprise agenda for mobility.
InnoPath receives Communications Solutions Magazine's Product of the Year Award for 2005.
Easy handset settings for Swedish operator.
Red Bend Software opens new office in South Korea.
mFormation opens new facility in Bangalore.
India set to overtake US in mobile market.
Insignia announces 6 new customers signed by Huawei.
Making the Web fit for mobile.
SmartTrust: Sending the right signals.
European mobile enterprise business market at 'inflection point'.
InnoPath, Red Bend push new FOTA standard.
Motorola offers open source mobile phone framework.
Nokia Staff forbidden to say "Mobile Phones."
Optical mouse/Skype phone combo.
Mobile device trends: Security, consolidation and more.
Fastest growing region in the world for mobiles.
Odyssey SMS add-in enables remote mobile device management.
Samsung patents text messaging through virtual screen.
SoonR: Use Skype on your cell phone.
Net Neutrality: The shareholders of the IT tech giants are losing out to the "valued customers".
A web server on your mobile phone.
McAfee granted wireless update patent.
Japan's bleeding-edge cell phones.
Gartner Voice: The importance of mobile device management.
Insignia Solutions receives delisting notice from NASDAQ.
Wanted: one phone with multiple SIM card capacity.
mFormation extends Series D financing to $24.5M with addition of $15.3M funding.
DoCoMo develops "Sound QR Code".
Odyssey Software broadens availability of its AppCenter(TM) Application Control Manager.
Bluepulse: The new ringtones?
Insignia licenses Bitfone patents.
InnoPath awarded two new patents for enhancing speed and effective memory management.
Jitterbug MVNO targets seniors.
Verizon to use Flash for customization.
IDC: 10 emerging wireless players to watch in 2006.
EU bans roaming charges: what impact in world of dual phone subscriptions.
Keitai: talking to the gurus.
Mobile users to get more control of personal data.
mFormation set to expand in Bangalore.
Google seeks patent for targeting ads on Wi-Fi hotspots.
BenQ confirms Apple iPod iPhone.
Forrester Research: Mobile worker management is a priority in 2006.
McAfee, Inc. and SmartTrust to develop integrated mobile virus management solution.
Insignia Solutions provides fourth quarter 2005 financial update.
Softbank defeats rival bid for Vodafone's Japanese unit.
A second grader's cellphone - the Migo.
Red Bend's mobile client suite to be deployed on the Vodafone 904SH in Japan.
Vodafone buy would see Softbank give up its mobile license.
Kyocera selects InnoPath Mobile Device Management Solution for deployment on mobile phones.
Vodafone Japan's final media briefing: out with a whimper.
Vodafone K.K. selects InnoPath's Firmware Manager.
3 teams up with Bitfone to deliver over-the-air firmware updates.
BullGuard releases mobile anti-virus app.
VeriSign brings security expertise to mobile devices.
Orange plans SIMs with 8,000 times more capacity.
MDM sector is ready for take-off.
O3SIS announces over-the-air backup and restore solution at 3GSM.
Insignia unifies mobile phone device and data management.
Microsoft acquires MotionBridge.
InnoPath unveils wireless industry's first integrated, end-to-end Mobile Device Management solutions.
InnoPath expands industry leading MDM Interoperability Testing Service with opening of new facility.
An MMS postcard from the British Virgin Islands - Enabled by Giesecke & Devrient and Swapcom.
HP helps telecom industry deliver new wave of mobile services.
SNAPin gets $13M to stop you from calling a wireless operator.
Easy Vault locks down your stolen phone, retrieves data and alarms thieves all via SMS.
Forrester Research: Orange And Cingular partner for mobility.
Pointing based search solution for mobile phones debuts.
Call your blog! Accessing blogs by voice.
Microsoft offers its own online option for the poor.
Most businesses don't enforce mobile security policy.
Vodafone tops forecasts, to keep Verizon stake.
Verizon to buy out Vodafone?
Verizon Business launches with new wireless services.
New Trojan horses threaten cell phones.
Global mobile subs to grow 20 pct in 2006.
Half the world will use a mobile phone by 2009.
Apple goin' mobile?
CA licenses Funambol's mobile technology.
Verizon's secret, no longer so little.
Swiss service offers to backup mobile content.
Aepona device management system business acquired by mFormation.
Yahoo, Google move deeper into mobile phones.
Om Malik: Google, making CDMA faster?
The law of mobility from Sprint.
floAt's mobile agent.
Adobe releases new Flash software for mobile devices.
NEC considers handset merger.
Sprint Mobility professional services launched.
China to have over 440 mln mobile phone users by end of next year.
Google to finally make its big mobile move?
Wireless enterprise spend will triple by 2008.
Red Bend Software joins OMSI Forum.
Vodafone to buy Turkish mobile operator.
Bitfone's intellectual property portfolio strengthens.
Potential buyers seen unlikely to step up for Alltel.
Stealth Text destroys SMS within 40 seconds of being read.
Sprint Enterprise Mobility - the name says it all!
NEC integrates Openwave LBS.
Vodafone learns that the Japanese are - Japanese!
Mobile WiMax: it's done.
China's mobile users to register.
Themes and predictions for 2006.
Russell Beattie: RSS+ SMS.
BellSouth wants to turn Internet into a toll road.
Mobile phone firm launches handset for four-year-olds.
Ed Zander on Motorola's tech turnaround.
Insignia Solutions changes symbol, names CFO.
BT dials up free mobile phone calls service.
Did Lenovo buy IBM's laptop business to sell phones?
Mobile phones fight poverty.
Insignia Solutions engages strategic advisor.
Red Bend Software demonstrates interoperability of Its OMA DM Client.
Insignia Solutions joins industry leaders in Forum Nokia PRO.
Alltel to buy Midwest Wireless.
Google opens London GooglePlex for mobile push.
Opera's AJAX phone browser excites mobile web developers.
Sony launches free Internet phone service.
New mobile Linux group launches.
CA offers peek at Smart Phone Manager, wireless developments.
The virtual cell phone.
The future of convergence is not mobile.
Nokia pays $430m for email intellisync.
Forrester Research: IMS will transform telecom.
Start-up aims to join telephone, wireless calls.
Skype closer to being blocked in China.
As mobile workforce grows, IT support could lag.
Carriers adopt content rating for cellphones.
Low-power wireless broadband.
Yahoo! to launch co-branded phone with SBC.
The second coming of Microsoft Mobile.
Internet phone calls on the rise.
Om Malik: Microsoft gets VoIP serious.
Sprint, cable companies make it official.
Nvidia CEO unveils VoIP vision.
Nokia launches open-source browser.
Nokia achieves convergence milestone.
Windows Live - more than an AJAX desktop.
Tom McMahon visually summarizes AT&T history.
Telecom mergers set for approval today.
Sharp to embed FOTA solutions on mobile devices.
SMS in USA grows 106% in a year.
U.S. cell phone tracking clipped.
SoonR lets you Google your desktop from your phone.
China now has 377m cell phone users.
Om Malik: Should VoIP start ups start to worry?
Will corporations put ‘smart phone’ deployments on hold as virus worries increase?
Dialing up a web site requirement.
The 3G wireless opportunity is finally here.
Cingular pumps up wireless IM, e-mail.
Insignia Automatic Device Configuration selected by four mobile operators.
Cell phone sales increasing worldwide.
InnoPath Software moves to new HQ.
Trusted Computing Group unveils mobile phone security use cases.
Japan to require GPS in mobile handsets.
Aruba goes mobile.
Phone, cable firms rein in internet use.
Court ruling imperils prepaid wireless company.
Quarterly wireless ARPU down worldwide.
InnoPath successfully completes all OMA DM interoperability tests at OMA test fest.
Users awash in emerging wireless options.
m-Payment: mobile data losing billions.
Om Malik: eBay’s Skype plans.
Macromedia buys mobile UI specialist.
Ipevo aims Skype phone at VoIP users in US.
Microsoft looks to mobilize with Exchange SP2.
China's future mobile communication forum.
Cities unleash free Wi-Fi.
Who's in charge of mobile costs?
InnoPath eyes North America with buy of Openwave group.
Entering the "Mobile Media Era".
Diagram from Gerry Purdy of MobileTrax.
Om Malik: giving SIP a big boost.
Respond to mobile email with voice.
'4G' leapfrogs next-gen wireless.
Acer laptop includes VoIP phone inside.
Vodafone to begin fixed-rate service for sweethearts.
India adds 2.5 million new users every month.
OSDL to push Linux use on cell phones.
InnoPath expands OTA market reach with LG global agreement.
Cell phone use changes life in Africa.
Linksys CIT200 Skype phone review.
It's good to talk - even better to sell.
BT launches a whole range of terribly boring LBS services.
New gadget to make theft of mobile phones harder.
Future mobile: predictions from Mobile Business Expo 2005.
Not all in mobile industry are under OATH.
Japan preparing voice over internet telephony for mobile phones in 2007.
Securing mobile data more important than viruses.
Mike Gauba: why convergence leads to value dilution.
Mobile inventor warns against convergence.
Mobilatory delivers PC Files to mobile.
Nokia launches new corporate phone line-up.
South Korea's "Ubiquitous City".
Wireless users tap into GPS.
DoCoMo has world's highest data ARPU.
Symbian, Intel show off reference design.
Mobile e-mail may push beyond executive corridor.
Welltone unveils portable phone to use Skype Free Internet Phone.
Time for new mobile messaging strategy, analysts say.
Yes, the threat of SMS DOS attacks was exaggerated.
The coming Big PC Crunch: the broadband-fed black hole within each PC.
F-Secure extends antivirus to Windows Mobile.
Sub-$15 handset possible by 2008.
Om Malik: 3G will make 2006 mobile blockbuster.
Enhanced Wireless Consortium.
Nokia concept phones.
Allisblue and SMS mobile patents.
Om Malik: Marty Cooper on Google WiFi.
ZigBee and the mobile phone.
Nokia puts Symantec on its mobile phones.
Katrina aftermath wireless proving ground.
MATERNA's vistream division licences Insignia's mobile device management suite.
Sprint Nextel sues Vonage over VoIP.
Text hackers may threaten cell phones.
Forrester Research: Incumbent telcos will fend off VoIP attackers.
Casio Hitachi signs InnoPath for OTA.
Reminder to mobile operators: you're competing against the regular internet.
Palm-Microsoft deal sends ripple effects through the enterprise.
WiFI and the end of carrier dominion over the handset manufacturer.
Microsoft ready to go mobile.
InnoPath buys Openwave product line.
Peer to peer for your mobile?
Intellisync offers UM platform.
Cellphone messaging finds Its voice.
VoIP wants to cut the computer cord.
Dialing in the VoIP strategic advantage.
Free the cell phone!
Mobile search for fun nearby.
Action Engine lays ground for mobility.
Focus on content delivery could help mobile users.
IT and wireless still separated, but talks ongoing.
Vendors push for enterprise mobility.
Destructive power of mobile viruses could rise fast.
Mobile world just opening up, media execs say.
Mobile industry focuses on handsets for the poor.
China boasts nearly 373 million mobile phone users.
Mobile industry asks for tax break.
Mobile phones: the crucial platform.
The next 50 years in mobile and wireless.
Palm to unveil cell phone with Microsoft software.
Mobile phone virus claims are "bonkers", says Sophos.
Om Malik: Wireless carriers bet on mobile mail.
Engadget Interview with Michael Robertson, CEO of SIPphone.
Open source in a world without wire.
The 2.3 cent solution.
Nokia aims new phone at emerging markets.
Google edges toward telco territory.
F-Secure, SmartTrust partner on mobile security.
Research discovers that phones are phones.
Send SMS from e-mail.
Telecom operators look to head off mobile viruses.