Viruses Threaten RFID Tags
2006 Will Be the Year of Mobile Advertising Experimentation
Siemens Equips T-Mobile Network with HSDPA
Microsoft's Origami Project Unfolds
By Jessica Rivchin
Microsoft's Origami Project Unfolds
By Jessica Rivchin
Mobile Resource Management Tool Provides Cost-Effective Location-Based Services
Burton Group Report Debunks Hype over Skype for Enterprises
WhereNet Expands European Presence; Strong Demand for Active RFID Solutions Fuels Momentum
TCS Partners With Convergence to Offer VoIP E9-1-1 Service to Enterprise Market
The BlackBerry and the Damage Done: RIM Recovers from the NTP Suit, Plans for Future
Nokia Powers T-Mobile's HSDPA Networks in Germany, UK and Netherlands
Study: Global Mobile Users Shun Data Services
Savi Technology Releases Newly Designed Active RFID Tag for Shipments in Harsh Supply Environments
Vodafone May Not Sell Verizon Stake Soon
Wireless Data Gives Voice a Run for its Money
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March 1, 2006
How to Maximize Your ROI from Mobile Field Service Solutions
-- By Steve Davis, ECONZ Wireless
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March 1, 2006
Get a Seatbelt For Your Laptop
-- By Bob Heard, CREDANT Technologies
NetMotion Wireless Announces Support for Windows Mobile 5.0 Devices
NetMotion Wireless Announces Support for Windows Mobile 5.0 Devices
GlobeRanger iMotion Edgeware Platform Achieves SymbolPLUS RFID Validation
Fujitsu to Demonstrate PalmSecure Biometric Authentication at AFCEA Homeland Security 2006
Vonage Now Provides Enhanced 911 Service to a Majority of Its Customers
Mobile Real Estate Goes Real Time
By Jessica Rivchin
Vonage Now Provides Enhanced 911 Service to a Majority of Its Customers
Qualcomm Could Provide Chips for Motorola 3G Phone
Battle for Mobile e-mail Heats up as Blackberry's RIM and NTP Head for Court
Envox 6.1 Selected AsThe "2005 Product of the Year" In The Contact Center
Envox Worldwide, a leading global provider of voice solutions, today announced that Envox 6.1, the company’s open, standards-based communications development platform, has been selected as the “Product of the Year 2005” in the Contact Center – Speech Technology category by the editors of TechTarget’s SearchCRM.com.
Congress Is In Session: The Latest from 3GSM
This week, as the East Coast digs out and de-ices, and the planet’s fittest humans enjoy the view from atop the Italian Alps, the 3GSM World Congress 2006 is in full swing in sunny Barcelona, Spain, to the delight of traveling journalists and international technophiles. Here’s a sample of just a few of the announcements coming out of this much-anticipated show.
Boingo Wireless, BridgePort Networks and SIPquest Showcase MobileVoIP Collaboration at 3GSM World Congress
Boingo Wireless, BridgePort Networks, and SIPquest today demonstrated the collaboration of their products as part of a converged MobileVoIP application for automatic device provisioning and seamless MobileVoIP roaming. Seamless MobileVoIP roaming with authentication is an important enabler for the fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) market and will be shown at the 3GSM World Congress, 13-16 February, 2006 in Barcelona, Spain at the BridgePort Networks' stand D49, Hall 1.
ACCESS Delivers NetFront Browser v3.4, the Latest Version of NetFront Internet Browser
Access Co., a global provider of mobile content delivery and Internet access technologies, today announced the availability of NetFront Browser v3.4, the latest version of the company's world-renowned mobile browser.