Siemens enters U.S. wireless market

Siemens enters U.S. wireless market

Siemens AG, in cooperation with Cingular Wireless Inc., will introduce a triple-band GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) cellular phone...

January 10th, 2001 Margret Johnston

Infineon and Toshiba develop new memory technology

Infineon and Toshiba develop new memory technology

Integrated circuit maker Infineon AG is teaming with Toshiba Corp. to develop a new type of memory technology, the companies...

December 21st, 2000 Rick Perera

KPN Mobile takes control of KPN Orange

KPN Mobile takes control of KPN Orange

KPN Mobile NV announced Thursday it has taken full control of KPN Orange Belgium NV/SA through a deal with France...

December 14th, 2000 Joris Evers

Australia says no to mobile phone health warnings

Australia says no to mobile phone health warnings

Despite a decision last week by the U.K. Department of Health to issue health warnings on mobile telephones, the Australian...

December 4th, 2000 Sandra Van Dijk

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IBI has created a two-way wireless communication street that requires virtually no training, according to Keith Gile.Gile, a senior industry...

November 30th, 2000 Victoria Berry

Health debate over mobile phones heats up

Health debate over mobile phones heats up

Two articles published last Friday in the U.K. medical journal The Lancet have reignited the debate over the dangers that...

November 27th, 2000 Laura Rohde

Ericsson president: cut cords from the Internet

Ericsson president: cut cords from the Internet

The mobile Internet will soon be "bigger than the fixed Internet," said L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co.'s president Kurt Hellstr...

November 15th, 2000 Laura Rohde

Palm partners to get in-vehicle wireless applications

Palm partners to get in-vehicle wireless applications

Eyeing the installed base of more than 200 million cars currently on the road, Santa Clara, Calif.-based handheld maker Palm...

November 2nd, 2000 Ephraim Schwartz

Intel takes the axe to PC chip prices

Intel takes the axe to PC chip prices

Intel Corp. has slashed prices on its desktop Pentium III and Celeron processors by as much as one third, as...

October 31st, 2000 James Niccolai