NTT DoCoMo Inc. and three other companies that together owned almost 59 per cent of America Online Inc.'s Japanese unit have sold their stakes to the U.S. Internet service provider, they said Wednesday.
Hong Kong and Denmark are not only taking the best advantage of current information and communication technologies, but also have economies that are most advantageously positioned to benefit from future mobile Internet services
Mobile phone makers L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co., Motorola Inc. and Nokia Corp. Thursday announced the creation of Wireless Village, a project to set universal specifications for mobile instant messaging. The so-called IMPS (initiative
Spain is the next country in line to join Japan, Korea, Sweden and Finland as a pioneer of 3G (third-generation) telecommunications, according to Greg Tarr, chief investment officer of venture capital firm M-Werks
Instead of preaching about the mobile revolution, Oracle Corp.'s executive vice-president EMEA Sergio Giacoletto told an audience of Internet professionals that they shouldn't rush to get on the mobile Internet bandwagon. Giacoletto, speaking
In a race to serve the growing "anytime, anywhere" mobile computing market, Palm Inc., Compaq Computer Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. all introduced new wireless products and services for their respective handheld devices at
L. M. Ericsson Telephone Co. and Microsoft Corp. announced on Monday the official launch of Ericsson Microsoft Mobile Venture AB, a joint company formed as part of a broader alliance struck between the