Recently Google has released its new Nexus 6 mobile phone, and it comes with several tweaks, one of which is the fact, that the device is locked for several carriers. Previously Nexus smart phones were open for all carriers and any SIM cards, but it seems that Nexus 6 still can be useful for various carriers in some cases.
Irish former monopoly Eircom has begun operating under new ownership, after Singapore Technologies Telemedia (STT) successfully completed its acquisition of the telecoms company.
A real-world showcase to gauge consumer interest in Mobile TV begins in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in the first quarter of 2010, with eight local area television stations transmitting up to 20 channels of free and premium broadcast TV programming to hundreds of mobile devices that will be used by actual viewers and local residents.
Powermat unveils cell phone batteries to enable wireless charging with its mats.
India's Bharti Airtel has received regulatory approval to buy a controlling 70% stake in Bangladesh's Warid Telecom after pledging to invest US$300 million on upgrading the network. However, neither company has confirmed that a purchase will take place.
By all accounts, 2010 should be a banner year for IP Communications and VoIP in general. A recent report we wrote about saw VoIP as the 'industry of the decade' and then went on to project VoIP as the industry that will see the most growth over the next decade!
Like all of the latest bandwidth hogging, data-service-provider-circumventing technologies, Internet VoIP's fate truly lies at the hands of the Net Neutrality debate. If bandwidth providers get to decide what websites and software run over their pipes, competing Internet VoIP plays will be squashed.
Having seen O2 UK's network collapse under the strain of iPhone-generated data traffic, Vodafone and Orange have both made statements that their networks had been significantly improved and were confident they would not buckle with the anticipated increase.
The build up to the Christmas holidays saw the iPhone account for nearly 80 per cent of the contract sales made by France Telecom (FT) Orange. This historic level, said CEO, Didier Lombard, could be a problem given its near-monopoly of sales made by the mobile operator.
Nortel has obtained Canadian and U.S. court approval for GENBAND's stalking horse agreement as well as bidding procedures for the sale of its Carrier VoIP and Application Solutions business.
Palm's top investor, Elevation Partners, said it was bullish about the company's long-term prospects and discounted market chatter about a possible takeover of the smartphone maker, which is trying to rebound on the back of its webOS platform.
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