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Can You See Me Now? The Future of Video Chat

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The unveiling of the next generation iPhone tomorrow isn’t just the next iteration of an iconic phone, it may also be one of the first handsets to bring mobile video chat to the masses. The iPhone 4G will almost certainly offer its owners the chance to video chat on their...
Can You See Me Now? The Future of Video Chat

Sprint to begin offering Microsoft Office 365 for enterprise clientele

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Suit-and-tie types looking for that virtual office on-the-go experience might want to hitch a ride on Sprint's cloud. Starting today, the wireless operator's introducing an add-on package designed for small to medium enterprise clients that bundles Microsoft's Office 365 with other unnamed "value-added services." The move, which gives power...
Sprint to begin offering Microsoft Office 365 for enterprise clientele
INFOGRAPHIC: The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained
Microsoft Opens Online Flagship Store On Tmall, The 'Amazon Of China'

Verizon in talks to lease Clearwire spectrum for $1.5 billion

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Verizon could be looking to bolster its wireless network with Clearwire spectrum, according to the Wall Street Journal. The potential deal, of which little is known at the moment, would see the nation's number one wireless operator forking over $1.5 billion for use of Clearwire's spectrum. Leasing spectrum an...
Verizon in talks to lease Clearwire spectrum for $1.5 billion

AT&T and IBM team up for private enterprise cloud service

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Wireless operator AT&T and IBM announced on Tuesday a partnership to build a cloud service using on private networks instead of the Internet. The join venture combines AT&T’s virtual private networking technology and IBM’s SmartCloud Enterprise+ product. The service is set to arrive next year and is specifically built for...
AT&T and IBM team up for private enterprise cloud service
China Unicom Receives Orders for More Than 100,000 iPhone 5 Units

Apple's iPhone 4S arriving on China Telecom March 9

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China's third-largest wireless operator has announced that it will begin offering Apple's iPhone 4S in mainland China on March 9, breaking up rival China Unicom's exclusive claim to the iPhone in the country....
Apple's iPhone 4S arriving on China Telecom March 9

After topping 10 million users in Korea, SK Planet's TicToc messaging app is going global

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Korea’s underdog messaging service TicToc has set its sights abroad with the international launch of TicToc Plus on the Google Play store and an upcoming iPhone app. The recently updated TicToc Plus Android app offers unlimited calls and messages, integration with Facebook photos and YouTube videos, stickers and group chat....
After topping 10 million users in Korea, SK Planet's TicToc messaging app is going global

Why can’t Nokia sell phones to Americans?

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Nokia is the world’s biggest mobile gadget maker, period. More people around the world pack a Nokia phone than the company’s next three competitors combined. Nokia’s brand is rated as one of the top names in the world, not far behind Google and Coke. But here in the States, I...
Why can’t Nokia sell phones to Americans?

Glass Urges Sprint Holders to Abstain

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Glass Lewis, a major proxy-advisory firm, urged Sprint Nextel shareholders to abstain from voting on the wireless operator's $20.1 billion acquisition by Japan's SoftBank....
Glass Urges Sprint Holders to Abstain

Dish Network launches $25.5 billion bid for Sprint Nextel

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Dish Network has made a US$25.5 billion bid to acquire wireless operator Sprint Nextel, hoping to edge out a rival bid from Japanese operator SoftBank....
Dish Network launches $25.5 billion bid for Sprint Nextel

Smartphone shakeup: T-Mobile to merge with MetroPCS

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Deutsche Telekom says that it has reached an agreement with MetroPCS to combine the smaller prepaid carrier with T-Mobile USA, its nationwide U.S. wireless operator. [Read more]...
Smartphone shakeup: T-Mobile to merge with MetroPCS

Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

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Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance. This will be the first...
Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

Rogers to Deliver Android OS 2.3.5 on LG Optimus 3D Starting February 1st

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Canadian mobile phone carrier Rogers is gearing up for the release of a new software update for the LG Optimus 3D smartphone on its airwaves, bringing the OS flavor on this device up to Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. The wireless operator is expected to start rolling out the software update...
Rogers to Deliver Android OS 2.3.5 on LG Optimus 3D Starting February 1st

Boku Signs Up Final U.S. Wireless Operator for Carrier Billing

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It has taken three and a half years, but Boku has finally signed up all four major U.S. carriers for its mobile payments service. Today, the San Francisco company says Sprint is coming on board to join the three other major U.S. carriers: Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile. While the...
Boku Signs Up Final U.S. Wireless Operator for Carrier Billing
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Dish Network launches $25.5B bid for Sprint Nextel

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Dish Network has made a $25.5 billion bid to acquire wireless operator Sprint Nextel, hoping to edge out a rival bid from Japanese operator SoftBank....
Dish Network launches $25.5B bid for Sprint Nextel

T-Mobile Has a Funny Way of Thanking Verizon For Support

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T-Mobile sounds a bit bitter today. The wireless operator has asked the Federal Communications Commission to reject a deal Verizon Wireless reached to acquire some wireless spectrum for some $3.9 billion, saying it would create “excessive concentration of mobile service spectrum holdings that is contrary to the public interest.” Lest...
T-Mobile Has a Funny Way of Thanking Verizon For Support

Pakistan freezes cellular service following fatal bombings during holy month

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Government and wireless operator officials in Pakistan have confirmed that mobile phone service in portions of the country has been put on hold for security reasons after a series of deadly bombings have disrupted the Islamic holy month of Muharram, the AFP reports. The attacks are particularly grievous because fighting...
Pakistan freezes cellular service following fatal bombings during holy month

ZTE readies Firefox OS handset for Europe as it mulls US launch

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ZTE has confirmed plans for a European launch of a Firefox OS-powered smartphone by the end of this year, and, if the market conditions are right, it could also release a similar device in the US, Bloomberg reports. The Chinese handset maker revealed last September that it had teamed up...
ZTE readies Firefox OS handset for Europe as it mulls US launch

Sprint Releases “Mobile Zone” App for iPhone Owners

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U.S. wireless operator and iPhone carrier Sprint is offering customers immediate access to their account online via a new Mobile Zone app. Furthermore, the software serves up Sprint News and promotions. But that’s only half of the story, because Sprint Mobile Zone also offers device management (power controls, resources etc.)...
Sprint Releases “Mobile Zone” App for iPhone Owners

HTC rumored to have bought MOG

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HTC’s Beats Audio unit may have bought music subscription service MOG, according to a rumor reported by Business Insider Monday. Insider writer Matt Rosoff based his report on a single source, but we have since also heard from a source that term sheets went back and forth between the two...
HTC rumored to have bought MOG

Switched On: Unconventional, but not uncompromising

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. For T-Mobile, March went out like a lion, a roaring one. With passion for both invention and invective, T-Mobile roared against the contract during its UnCarrier announcement. The nation's fourth-largest (post-carrier) wireless operator will support its move...
Switched On: Unconventional, but not uncompromising

iPhone 5 Reservations Hit 100,000 at China Unicom

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China Unicom, the second largest wireless operator in China, began accepting reservations for Apple’s new iPhone 5 on Monday ahead of its December 14 debut, and early signs indicate that demand for the device is quite high. Multiple reports coming out of China claim China Unicom received over 100,000 pre-sale...
iPhone 5 Reservations Hit 100,000 at China Unicom

Intel Makes Its Mobile Push Into Africa, Partners With Safaricom To Release The Android-Powered Yolo Smartphone

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It’s no secret that Intel is gunning to gain some mobile traction in emerging markets, and the chipmaker doesn’t seem to be wasting any time in 2013. Kenyan wireless operator (and Intel partner) Safaricom has just officially revealed Africa’s first Intel smartphone, the Android-powered Yolo at an event in Nairobi....
Intel Makes Its Mobile Push Into Africa, Partners With Safaricom To Release The Android-Powered Yolo Smartphone

C Spire: How AT&T conspired to squash our regional wireless firm

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The Mississippi-based wireless operator Cellular South a.k.a. C Spire says in a lawsuit that AT&T conspired with its suppliers to run it out of business. [Read more]...
C Spire: How AT&T conspired to squash our regional wireless firm
BII REPORT: The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained
The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained
BII REPORT: The Mobile Advertising Ecosystem Explained
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