Google is deploying 180 satellites to provide Internet access to under-served and unconnected regions in the world, according to the Wall Street Journal.
AT&T today launched a new branding campaign that appears aimed at bringing together its many products under one message, with an emphasis on mobility.
PARIS (AP) — French-U.S. telecommunications equipment company Alcatel-Lucent SA says it is in talks to sell its business that deals with corporate clients to China Huaxin for around 268 million euros ($362 million). The business, known as Enterprise, has nearly 3,000 employees
ADELPHI, Md. (AP) — Claiming progress in his goal to put the world at the fingertips of every American student, President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced $750 million in commitments from U.S. companies to begin wiring more classrooms with high-speed Internet
BEIJING (AP) — China’s Lenovo Group is buying IBM’s server business for $2.3 billion, expanding a product line-up dominated by PCs, tablets and smartphones. Lenovo, the world’s biggest personal computer maker, said Thursday it expects to offer jobs to 7,500 IBM employees as part of its acquisition of the x86 server business
The iPhone is officially heading to the world’s largest wireless operator. Apple yesterday announced a multi-year deal with China Mobile that will put the iPhone 5s and 5c in China Mobile’s retail stores as well as Apple retail stores across China starting Jan. 17 of next year
Ercom provider of 4G LTE Network Emulation solutions, announced today that it has sold its MOBIPASS Network Emulation solution to a Major Korean Account. This comes as Korea is set to become the world’s first major mobile market to migrate the majority of its subscribers to LTE networks. Read more about First News Briefs: Ercom, Imagination Technologies, Insight Enterprises, Procera Networks Comments
NEW YORK (AP) — Motorola wants to equip the world with the latest smartphone technology at less than a third the typical price. Read more about Motorola Unveils Budget Smartphone, Aimed at World Comments
LONDON (AP) — Vodafone, one of the world’s largest cellphone companies, is ramping up its investment in an attempt to bolster its competiveness amid the move to 4G technology. The British company said Tuesday it is investing 7 billion pounds ($11.2 billion) over two years.