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At this week's CTIA conference in New Orleans, Ted Turner hints that he may stay on at AOL Time Warner as a board member. Also: Sky Dayton's sartorial screwup.

Ted Turner tells the crowd at this week's Cellular Telecommunications and Internet Association conference in New Orleans that he may stay on at AOL Time Warner as a board member. Also: Sky Dayton's sartorial screwup.


"Captain Outrageous" tells CTIA attendees that he may sell his plane due to financial losses.
March 19, 2003 

reporter's notebook Did Boingo's Sky Dayton change suits between this year's CTIA conference and last year's? Apparently not. Also: Flushable schwag.
March 19, 2003 

Handset makers are looking to give people the ability to connect to different types of wireless networks--all on one device.
March 19, 2003 

Breaking ranks with other cell phone industry leaders, Irwin Jacobs says cell phone providers don't need to spice up their mix of offerings with access to Wi-Fi networks.
March 18, 2003 

The Palm unit allies with Qualcomm to use the chipmaker's BREW download software to deliver games and other applications to cell phones.
March 18, 2003 

During a speech at the CTIA Wireless 2003 confab, Chris Galvin tells the industry to skip the bells and whistles and focus on improving voice calls. Others beg to differ.
March 17, 2003 

Nextel Communications has had a lock on the enormously successful walkie-talkie cell phone feature, but competitors are looking to change that.
March 17, 2003 

Start-up Danger is expanding its relationship with Internet service provider America Online to bring access to AOL e-mail to devices running Danger's software and services.
March 17, 2003 

The company, looking to win over more international dialers, announces a slew of new roaming agreements with wireless carriers in about 100 different countries.
March 17, 2003 

The computer hardware maker announces partnerships with four service providers to deliver wide-area wireless Internet access to its notebooks, tablet PCs and handheld devices.
March 17, 2003 

Verizon Wireless says it's rolling out a wireless service based on the new 1xEV-DO standard in the third quarter of this year in two cities.
March 17, 2003 

The companies partner in a .Net Alert deal that will make it possible to receive voice mail message notification through instant messaging services.
March 17, 2003 

Texas Instruments brings out a 3-in-1 design for mobile devices, which it said is the world's first to integrate cell phone networking, 802.11 and Bluetooth technologies.
March 17, 2003 

VeriSign, Cisco and other telephone gear makers are giving law enforcement agencies their first look into the dark side of America's new wireless data services.
March 17, 2003 

previous coverage

The software titan aims to further its cause in the realm of mobile communications, teaming up with device maker Research In Motion and telephone company Sprint PCS.
March 16, 2003 

Wireless executives gather in New Orleans for their largest trade show of the year, trying to find their way out of a two-year growth slowdown that's put them in a corner.
March 16, 2003 

The companies plan to let people with Symbian OS-powered cell phones tap into Research In Motion's BlackBerry e-mail service--meaning they can access corporate data remotely.
March 14, 2003