The carrier says t will step up its marketing efforts in the U.K., Germany, Spain, and elsewhere to help promote Windows Phone 8.
For the foreseeable future, it appears that Apple and Samsung will continue to carve up the majority of profit and a growing portion of sales of devices.
At a confab hosted by the newly branded Competitive Carrier Association, rival wireless operators say AT&T and Verizon are stifling competition and call on regulators to adopt policies to preserve a level playing field.
The Internet is run by a cable monopoly in Comcast and a wireless duopoly in Verizon and AT&T, Son says. He wants to shake things up.
Masayoshi Son tells attendees at the CCA Expo in Texas that the company needs more than its partnerships with rural operators to take on the duopoly of AT&T and Verizon.
Opposition is building against the deal that Sprint and other critics say would create a wireless "duopoly" and spell bad news for consumers.
AT&T didn't find many allies at U.S. Senate hearing, where politicians claimed the proposed $39 billion deal would lead to less competition and create a mobile "duopoly."
The state's attorney general plans to analyze the proposed merger, which could create a "near duopoly," to ensure that it doesn't harm New York wireless consumers.
Microsoft's IE7 just fell behind Firefox in Europe, hinting at a looming battle between the proprietary software giant and a host of open-source competitors.
Who will win the next great mobile war? If developers are taken into account, it looks like the future belongs to Apple and its iPhone.