Court awards Motorola $4B from Turkish fraud case

Court awards Motorola $4B from Turkish fraud case

A U.S. district court in New York has issued a US$4.3 billion judgement against the Uzan family of Turkey for...

August 7th, 2003 David Legard

Watch out for in 2004: Apps on the bleeding edge

Watch out for in 2004: Apps on the bleeding edge

Innovative technologies such as Web services and wireless are taking root across the enterprise, and they're spawning even newer, bleeding-edge...

May 27th, 2003 Loretta W. Prencipe

Starbucks gives update on wireless rollout

Starbucks gives update on wireless rollout

Starbucks Corp.'s rollout of public access wireless LAN hotspots in its coffee shops is paying off, according to a company...

March 19th, 2003 John Cox

CEBIT : Samsung unveils watchphone prototype

CEBIT : Samsung unveils watchphone prototype

The time is right for wristwatch devices at the CeBIT trade show in Hanover, Germany, where Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd....

March 16th, 2003 Martyn Williams

Network vendors help carriers do WLAN

Network vendors help carriers do WLAN

Network infrastructure vendors are jumping in to help mobile network operators set up "hot spots" where mobile users can get...

February 3rd, 2003 Stephen Lawson

Intel makes big development push on wireless technology

Intel makes big development push on wireless technology

Intel Corp. is working to develop what it calls a "wireless ecosystem" that's aimed at eventually allowing users with any...

December 12th, 2002 Bob Brewin

Motorola’s dual 2G/3G handset moves a step closer

Motorola’s dual 2G/3G handset moves a step closer

Motorola Inc.'s A830 cellular handset, the first from the equipment maker to support both second-generation (2G) and third-generation (3G) wireless...

November 21st, 2002 Martyn Williams

Waiting for IM

Waiting for IM

Like it or not, instant messaging programs - IM - will soon be a common sight on government computers. Freely...

September 30th, 2002 Richard Bray

South Korea set to lead in cellphone payments

South Korea set to lead in cellphone payments

South Korea is set to become the first nation in the world to adopt a large-scale mobile electronic payment system...

May 22nd, 2002 Martyn Williams