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2007-02-15 Wireless industry to face slowdown
The participants at the 3GSM World Congress may be unveiling a wide range of new mobile phone-based products, but their biggest challenge is the fact that wireless growth is poised to slow dramatically.
2007-01-08 SanDisk, Samsung to replace laptop HDD with flash
SanDisk Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd are battling over NAND flash memory.
2007-03-15 SanDisk releases 32Gbyte SSD for notebooks
Broadening its offerings for HDD replacement in the notebook market, launched a 32Gbyte, solid-state flash memory drive.
2007-01-09 Nokia joins Sprint Nextel's WiMax effort
Sprint Nextel announced that Nokia Corp. will be a key infrastructure and consumer device provider for the so-called 4G network.
2007-02-05 Hard drive wirelessly connects to cellphones
Seagate announced a new portable hard drive on Wednesday that connects wirelessly to your mobile phone via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
2007-03-09 Fujitsu's 160Gbyte laptop HDD delivers 7200rpm
Fujitsu Computer Products announced a laptop drive that features desktop-type specs of 160Gbytes and 7200rpm speeds.
2007-06-07 WLAN module boosts home connectivity
NXP has introduced an 802.11n module that can be used on CE devices in a wireless network that operates in both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
2008-03-13 Wi-Fi, 3G thriving together, survey finds
A survey on the usage of Wi-Fi and 3G indicates these wireless technologies are thriving together and likely to continue to do so into the foreseeable future.
2004-12-27 VoIP pioneer predicts a roiling 2005 for IP telephony
Open source software communications will begin to influence the VoIP market in a big way next year, according to VoIP pioneer Jeff Pulver.
2008-04-09 Verizon sees mobile consolidation on LTE
Verizon Wireless announced that the 4G mobile phone universe is consolidating around the Long Term Evolution standard (LTE) and that it plans to launch its LTE service beginning in 2010.
2007-09-18 Verizon appeals FCC's 700MHz open auction rules
After previously agreeing to the terms of the 700MHz spectrum auction, Verizon Wireless turned the tables around and filed a formal lawsuit challenging the Federal Communication Commission's rules.
2008-04-30 U.S. FCC explains low bidder turnout for 700MHz D block
The U.S. FCC inspector general uncovered a series of reasons prospective bidders were scared off from bidding for the D block spectrum in the recent 700MHz auction.
2007-10-24 Taiwan earmarks $664M for WiMAX development
Taiwan will spend $664 million in a WiMAX development program, government officials announced this week.
2007-05-24 T-Mobile phone trumps iPhone with Wi-Fi offering
T-Mobile unveiled May 22 a Wi-Fi-equipped mobile phone developed by Taiwan's High Tech Computer Corp., and the first U.S. phone to run Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6 OS.
2007-07-03 South Korea first to dial Motorola's iPhone challenger
Under pressure from the Apple iPhone and Nokia's claims of cellphone market share gains, Motorola launched its hoped-for savior phone, the Razr2, in Korea this week.
2005-03-14 Samsung to unveil 7-Mpixel camera phone
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has demonstrated a 7-megapixel camera phone and a smartphone with a 3MB hard drive aimed at playing music at Cebit's technology trade show in Germany.
2008-03-14 Report: Asian firms eye Motorola handset biz
With Motorola's prominent competitors all turned up their noses at the idea of acquiring its ailing mobile handset operation, there appears to be growing interest among smaller Asian telecommunications companies about working with Motorola.
2008-02-11 Qualcomm steps up HSPA, LTE push
Generally rebuffed in attempts to promote its favored UMB for future wireless network upgrades, Qualcomm is aggressively embracing HSPA and LTE technologies.
2007-11-29 Qualcomm looks for workaround to Broadcom injunction
In an escalation of its ongoing intellectual property war with Broadcom, Qualcomm this week said it will seek a workaround for a technology a federal jury found infringed Broadcom patents.
2007-10-30 Qualcomm fields Gobi chip for mobile Internet
Qualcomm has introduced its Gobi global media mobile Internet technology for laptops. The company also picked up some important endorsements from HP, Vodafone, and Verizon Wireless.
2005-04-12 Passive optical fiber deployment to grow 310 Percent by 2008
The race by worldwide telecommunications carriers to roll out passive optical network (PON) fiber is creating a boom in the market, with shipments projected to jump 310 percent from $525 million in 2004 to $2.2 billion in 2008, according to a report from Infonetics Research.
2007-03-20 Paint protects in-building wireless data from hackers
EM-SEC Technologies announced it has developed a novel way to protect in-building wireless data from unauthorized incursions, block electromagnetic interference and reduce the threat of electronic eavesdropping.
2008-01-25 Motorola to design UMTS 3G phones with Qualcomm chips
Motorola announced a UMTS 3G handset alliance with Qualcomm just minutes after the company unveiled a grim Q4 '07 report, including an unexpected prediction that its handset sales will continue to decline.
2008-03-12 Motorola feels Ichan squeeze as execs bail out
New Motorola CEO Greg Brown is facing a new exodus of top executives even as billionaire investor Carl Icahn increases pressure to break up the company and sell off the pieces.
2008-03-25 Mitsubishi touts polysilicon PV conversion record
Mitsubishi Electric has claimed to have achieved a world record in photoelectric conversion efficiency in a 150mm? practical-use polycrystalline silicon solar cell, with a rate of 18.6 percent.
2007-07-25 Mass production of OLPC laptops kicks off
The non-profit OLPC project founded by Nicholas Negroponte reported it has authorized mass production of its XO laptop.
2007-10-30 Manufacturing glitch delays OLPC laptops
OLPC budget laptops have run into a manufacturing glitch, and the production delay could likely impact the "Give 1 Get 1 program," organizers said last week.
2008-02-14 LiMo Foundation debuts Linux handsets
Members of the LiMo Foundation unveiled the first of their Linux-based mobile handsets at this week's Mobile World Congress, a move that could steal the thunder from Google's Android handsets, which are also making their debut in reference designs at the conference.
2008-01-10 Judge charges six Qualcomm lawyers of 'exceptional misconduct'
Magistrate Judge Barbara Major accused six of Qualcomm lawyers handling a patent litigation versus Broadcom of "exceptional misconduct," and has asked the California State Bar Association to investigate their actions.
2007-09-26 Intel clears way for WiMAX in Japan
Intel is teaming up with telecommunications service provider KDDI in seeking to launch a WiMAX network in Japan.
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