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Apple Could Overtake Nokia in Global Smartphone Market
27/01/2009
With the iPhone now a consumer favourite, and applications for the device selling at an astounding rate, Apple stands a real chance of capturing the #1 position in the global smartphone market, according to a recent report by Generator Research.Our analysis is that the iPhone and App Store constitute a vertical platform for the delivery of advanced mobile services that will be developed in a...
 
18% of US Households Have Replaced Landlines with Cell Phones
23/01/2009
The percentage of American households which have cut the cord, replacing their landlines with mobile phones, increased to 18% in the first half of 2008, according to a recently released survey. That`s up from 16% of U.S. households in early 2007, and just 7% in early 2005.Leading the trend towards cord cutting are households made up of unrelated adults (e.g. roommates, unmarried couples, etc.),...
 
Nortel Networks Bankruptcy Filing Imperative, Says CEO
16/01/2009
Canadian telecom equipment giant, Nortel Networks, has obtained bankruptcy protection from an Ontario Superior Court judge, in a bid to avoid ongoing debt repayments which continue to erode its cash reserves.Nortel vows to keep itself alive, however, by selling off key assets to pay off debt, and reducing its 30,000-member global workforce. It also plans to continue promoting itself by sponsoring...
 
Will Unidentified Telecom Appeal Previously Secret Wiretap Ruling?
16/01/2009
Secrecy makes it impossible for reporters to inquire whether a telecommunications company will appeal a previously undisclosed ruling rejecting a constitutional challenge to a law requiring cooperation in warrantless wiretaps.The case could go to the U.S. Supreme Court, but reporters can`t ask the telecom if it plans an appeal since it was never identified in the redacted ruling, SCOTUSblog...
 
Obama secret telecom advisor pushing his company interest
16/01/2009
A telecommunications company has confirmed for this columnist that its vice president for policywho is also an Obama donor and a former lobbyistis advising Barack Obama`s transition team on telecom policy.Obama`s transition team, which has failed to disclose this executive`s involvement, happens to have proposed a significant change in telecom policy that will profit that very company, called...
 
Calling cards Minutes promise must be honored
07/01/2009
New Jersey-based Locus Communications, which sells international prepaid calling cards in Florida, must give its customers all the long-distance minutes promised and fully disclose its fees and charges, under a settlement with the Florida Attorney Generals Office announced Tuesday. Locus also agreed to pay $105,000 to The Hispanic Institute, which assisted the attorney generals investigation....
 
Fla AG settles with prepaid card company
07/01/2009
Florida`s Attorney General said Tuesday his office has reached a settlement with Locus Telecommunications over marketing practices related to its international prepaid calling cards in Florida.An investigation determined that the New Jersey-based telecommunications provider was offering unlimited minutes, which actually were not unlimited, and failed to disclose actual amounts of fees and...
 
NJ calling-card firm reaches settlement with Florida over deceptive ads
07/01/2009
A major prepaid calling-card company that engaged in deceptive practices in Florida will dial up more than $150,000 to the state and a Hispanic advocacy group as part of a settlement reached Tuesday.New Jersey-based Locus Communications Inc., also known as GEO Telecom, must reimburse the Attorney Generals Office $50,000 for attorneys fees, costs and future audits, according to the settlement.The...
 
Economic Downturn Halts Wireless Growth in Western Europe
07/01/2009
Western Europe`s cell phone market stopped growing in the third quarter of 2008 as the global economic downturn affected consumer spending across the board, according to a new report by Strategy Analytics.As a whole, Western European carriers ran a steady business in Q3 due to continued subscriber growth in the mobile data sector, coupled with stable profit margins. Wireless voice revenues,...
 
China Announces Long-Awaited 3G Wireless Licenses
07/01/2009
The government of China announced on Wednesday that it would award third-generation (3G) wireless licenses to mobile phone carriers, in what could be a major windfall for networking equipment suppliers.China`s industry minister predicted last month that Chinese carriers would spend the equivalent of US$41 billion on base stations, switches, transmission gear, and other equipment, after 3G...
 
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