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GetJar starts giving away premium apps
Correction: An earlier version of this story stated that GetJar would pay for free app distribution through in-app advertising. Rather GetJar is advertising ďbetween appsĒ as explained below More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Taking a page from Amazonís book, independent...
Iridium launches new handset line, new capabilities
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Iridium today announced a range of new products designed to enhance the functionality of the companyís worldwide satellite communications service, including some aimed at enabling end users to use cellular wireless devices such as...
Droid Bionic takes Verizon`s LTE network to its limits
When Verizon Wireless moved to tiered smartphone data plans earlier this summer (Unfiltered: VZWís new data plans: a gigabyte is a gigabyte), it included a mammoth-sized data bundle, 10 GB, among the options. Now we know why. The new Motorola Droid Bionic (Unfiltered: Bionic adds another LTE device to Verizonís portfolio) isnít just one of Verizonís most powerful phones to date, it comes embedded...
Does blocking AT&Tís merger hurt the future of mobile broadband?
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) last week took a stand, moving to block the merger of AT&T and T-Mobile (CP: DOJ lawsuit dashes AT&Tís hopes of an easy merger review). The stand it took, however, rested purely on competitive grounds. Given the DOJís antitrust mission, thatís perfectly reasonable. But thereís another way to look at this highly controversial merger: from the...
Sprint doubles down on government`s AT&T antitrust suit
Apparently the U.S. Department of Justiceís antitrust complaint against AT&Tís T-Mobile acquisition wasnít enough for Sprint. Itís filed an antitrust lawsuit of its own, making many of the same predictions of competitive calamities befalling the U.S. wireless that the government claimed in its complaint (CP: DOJ lawsuit dashes AT&Tís hopes of an easy merger review). ...
Report: AT&T prepping settlement to appease DOJ
AT&T may have been caught off guard by the U.S. Department of Justiceís move to block its acquisition of T-Mobile, but it regained its footing rather quickly. According to Reuters, AT&T already has a two-pronged plan in place to counter the DOJís lawsuit. The first prong is fighting the lawsuit in court, but the second involves a settlement with AT&T willing to put much more on the...
Apple, HP and Dell latest targets of WiLAN litigation
WiLAN, a company that doesn`t make devices but licenses out IP to companies that do ó more than 250, by its count ó has joined the patent lawsuit fray, suing Apple, Hewlett-Packard and Dell (the world`s top three PC makers, for anyone not paying attention) and six other companies. More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing...
Cisco, NEC partner to supply end-to-end LTE architecture
Cisco Systems may not have a long-term evolution (LTE) radio portfolio, but thatís not stopping it from trying to sell end-to-end 4G systems to global operators. The networking vendor has partnered with Japanís NEC to create a unified LTE equipment package, with Cisco supplying the evolved packet core (EPC) and the NEC contributing its base stations. ...
Which operators emerged as winners and losers after the DOJ-AT&T fallout?
The Justice Departmentís move to block AT&Tís acquisition of T-Mobile will likely have repercussions felt throughout the U.S. wireless industry. AT&T obviously lost the most. The merger hasnít been killed outright, but AT&T will have to jump through many more hoops to close the deal, and it will likely have to make concessions it would have balked at if it only faced FCC scrutiny. ...
DOJ lawsuit dashes AT&Tís hopes of an easy merger review
The agency with antitrust oversight over AT&Tís proposed $39-billion acquisition of T-Mobile just sent some strong signals that the deal doesnít get its stamp of approval. The U.S. Department of Justice filed a complaint in a D.C. federal court seeking to block the deal on the grounds it would ďsubstantially lessen competition.Ē ...
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