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MetroPCS plans to take a Leap September 4, 2007 With its proposed $5 billion buy of Leap Wireless, the low-cost mobile carrier could break out of its region and challenge the nationwide players.
Adelphia files for Chapter 11 protection March 27, 2002 Adelphia Business Solutions announced Wednesday that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the latest telecom carrier to buckle under the conditions plaguing the sector. The company, which...
October 9, 2006 Lessons from the Razr
Study: IPTV on the rise August 3, 2006 Internet Protocol television is expected to attract 63 million subscribers by 2010--a 26-fold increase over last year.
Tight squeeze for mobile TV October 3, 2005 New 3G networks aren't built to handle streaming video for the masses. Can the pipes be opened up?
Stay tuned for Verizon Wireless TV January 7, 2005 The operator tries to climb back to No. 1 with a major expansion of its high-speed network and a new mobile TV service.
The Achilles' heel in Google's phone plan November 12, 2007 Can Google be a partner to cell phone makers? Only if the company can force itself to beg, beguile, and bluff, says CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos.
Google's Android has long road ahead November 6, 2007 Search company's new mobile software platform could revolutionize the cell phone market, but consumers shouldn't hold their breath for cool new phones.
Motorola's Q could ring by next week May 16, 2006 Cell phone maker is hoping lightning will strike again when the multimedia phone finally makes its appearance. Video: Motorola CEO talks up the Q
Bringing smart phones to the masses September 28, 2007 Palm is the latest smart phone maker to address the consumer market with a smaller and cheaper phone that allows people to easily surf the Web and check e-mail.
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