Mobile phones will not cause cancer, reveals British study

Mobile phones will not cause cancer, reveals British study

Mobile phones will not cause cancer or slow the brain, according to a recently published six-year study, but the jury...

September 30th, 2007 Dahna McConnachie

Mobile WiMax lifts off

Mobile WiMax lifts off

Mobile WiMax, hyped for years by Intel Corp. and other vendors, has turned a corner toward reality, according to industry...

April 26th, 2007 Stephen Lawson

Biofuels to power mobile networks in India

Biofuels to power mobile networks in India

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson and the development fund of the GSM Association (GSMA), which represents the interests of GSM (Global System...

February 8th, 2007 John Ribeiro

Telecom poised to modernize in South Africa

Telecom poised to modernize in South Africa

Welcome to 2005, the year that telecommunications is finally set to enter the modern era in South Africa. The SNO...

March 23rd, 2005 Samantha Perry

Software optimizes mobile nets

Software optimizes mobile nets

For mobile carriers looking for ways to maximize their frequency planning use in wireless networks, ComOpt Inc. may have just...

August 21st, 2003 Albert Leonardo

Verizon positions itself for 3G data networks

Verizon positions itself for 3G data networks

Lucent Technologies Inc. and Nortel Networks Corp. last week announced they are involved in two Verizon Wireless Inc. trials. Lucent...

March 18th, 2002 Terri Gimpelson

Nortel and Lucent to help build Sprint 3G network

Nortel and Lucent to help build Sprint 3G network

Sprint Corp. announced two US$1 billion deals Wednesday, tapping Nortel Networks Corp. and Lucent Technologies Inc. to provide products for...

June 28th, 2001 Ashlee Vance

Make the most out of spectrum allocation

Make the most out of spectrum allocation

Spectrum for the wireless market is like waterfront property. It's exceedingly scarce and expensive, but everyone wants some.The key is...

May 17th, 2001 Chris Talbot

Researchers: Wireless LANs have serious security flaws

Researchers: Wireless LANs have serious security flaws

Computer scientists at the University of California at Berkeley have sounded new warnings about the vulnerabilities of wireless LANs, saying...

March 8th, 2001 No Author