Archive for April 17th, 2009

Verizon: Calling all LTE developers

Verizon Wireless is getting a head-start on long-term evolution device development, long before its first commercial network is launched. The operator today published specifications for future LTE devices on its open developement Websiteand scheduled a Webcast for May 13 to answer questions and provide further details. more

Sony Ericsson joins Nokia en route to the bottom

When Nokia announced a 90% dip in profit yesterday, the company and investment community celebrated the fact that it wasn’t any worse. But when Sony Ericsson today announced a 36% drop in sales for the first quarter of 2009, the optimism wasn’t as widespread. The company reported staggering losses, and while the bottom is in sight, it hasn’t hit it yet. more

ISPs need to rally around metered billing

Time-Warner Cable’s decision to suspend its Consumption Based Billingtrial is being hailed asa victory for consumers, but is it really? Time-Warner says the suspension is temporary, and the company will now do more consumer education around the idea of paying for how much Internet access you consume. I think consumer education is always a good thing, but in this circumstance, one company can’t take on that task and succeed. more

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