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2003-05-16 Wireless multimedia: Questions, few answers
Wireless networked multimedia face a bewildering array of market definitions of "multimedia," and questions about how to achieve a desired end in a networked environment with a confusing mix of mechanisms
2005-06-15 WindSpring, Kyocera to engage in cell phone data miniaturization
WindSpring Inc. has collaborated with Kyocera Wireless Corp., a manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, to study the impact of WindSpring's Gazelle software for Kyocera's next-generation handsets
2002-06-20 Triquint acquires assets of IBM's wireless phone chipset business
TriQuint Semiconductor Inc. has acquired a portion of the assets of IBM's wireless chipset business
2004-11-08 Seven firms form Asia-Pacific wireless company
Seven wireless phone services companies in the Asia-Pacific area have banded together to form a Singapore-based joint venture company, Bridge Mobile Pte. Ltd, to create a common regional wireless infrastructure in the region.
2005-02-08 Russian firm seeks stake in Indian wireless firm
Russia's AFK Sistema has signed a deal to take a 49 percent stake in Aircel Televentures, the holding company that owns Aircel Cellular Ltd and Aircel Ltd, both GSM-based mobile phone services providers operating in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2008-02-13 Rumor: Motorola, Nortel discuss merger of wireless units
Media reports circulated early this week that Motorola and Nortel Networks are in talks for a joint venture that would combine their wireless network infrastructure
2003-10-06 Kyocera Wireless renews ISO 14001 certification
Kyocera Wireless Corp., a manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones, has obtained an ISO 14001 recertification
2015-03-04 Integrated Device enables wireless phone charging
With its new Wireless PowerShare, Integrated Device is offering a mobile wireless charging solution that allows a mobile device to receive and transmit power
2007-12-07 India's Reliance funds U.S. wireless comms firm
The Reliance ADA Group, through it's venture capital arm Reliance Technology Ventures, has invested in E-Band Communications, a U.S.-based designer and manufacturer of multigigabit wireless communication systems
2004-12-02 India's BPL, Intel consider mobile phone venture
Indian consumer electronics and wireless phone services company BPL is in talks with Intel Corp. to set up a jointly-owned plant to build GSM and Wi-Fi dual mode mobile handsets.
2004-11-24 India plans tech-neutral wireless spectrum allocation
India's communications ministry said it is readying a technology-neutral policy for spectrum allocation to phone services providers
2013-08-21 Zigbee IP spec for IPv6 6LoPAN wireless networks
Read about the evolution of IP-based solutions for wireless sensor networks and also the use of the new ZigBee Smart Energy IP stack
2011-09-29 WPC pushes wireless charging for cars
The WPC Automotive Application Group aims to advance automotive wireless charging solutions and applications
2008-01-09 Wireless: Ripe for global takeover
The PC era is all but over, replaced by a faster-growing market that places greater emphasis on equipment connectivity; ease of use; and data generation, distribution and processing.
2003-09-04 Wireless, storage, and computing named as hot spots
At Agilent Technologies, we believe that wireless, storage and computing technologies will have the greatest impact on China's electronics industry over the next three years
2003-01-03 Wireless technologies and market in the region
The market for wireless technologies is still vibrant as new standards and technologies are getting established and are creating a growing market place
2002-03-11 Wireless tech providers see chance for growth in China
Wireless technology companies struggling to recover from a year of record losses continue to turn to China's telecom market for new business
2014-05-27 Wireless tech lends power to battery-run electronics
element14 Community's Wireless Power Challenge has yielded projects exploring wireless technology to serve as wireless power base to charge battery-operated devices and other electronic appliances
2011-09-30 Wireless system supports 802.11u, HotSpot 2.0
The wireless technologies allow users to automatically connect to the best available WiFi network with no need for tedious configurations
2011-11-10 Wireless standards reveal interoperability setbacks
BLE, NFC, WiFi and DLNA standards face issues that include customer acceptance and discoverability.
2008-07-11 Wireless sector battles the doldrums
The wireless sector is down but far from out, according to an analyst from the wireless division of investment banker Rutberg & Company LLC who described the sector as "schizophrenic
2011-08-12 Wireless power market to hit $4.5B by 2016
The global wireless power market will post 85.5 percent annual growth through 2016 resulting from a fired-up smartphone industry, says IMS Research
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015
2002-05-09 Wireless LANs stand to gain from 3G delays
WLAN technology could become an unexpected beneficiary of the delayed rollout of 3G wireless services, analysts said
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.
2003-01-02 Wireless ICs call on integration
Makers of ICs for Bluetooth and 802.11, or Wi-Fi, WLAN connectivity are readying a new generation of chips for volume delivery in Q1 of 2003.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap
2009-02-16 Wireless eyes digital photo frames
The latest mobile phones won't be the only attraction for cellular carriers at the Mobile World Congress.
2013-04-24 Wireless energy harvesting: Key to M2M's success
The need for wireless applications with ultra-low power consumption and the advancements in establishing communication standards offer M2M providers new opportunities to innovate and evolve their products and devices
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