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

Report: DoCoMo, Telecom NZ eye Optus Mobile

Report: DoCoMo, Telecom NZ eye Optus Mobile

NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's leading cellular carrier, and Telecom New Zealand Ltd. are in talks about the possibility of jointly...

October 26th, 2000 Martyn Williams

Blu drops out of Italian 3G auction

Blu drops out of Italian 3G auction

Blu SpA has withdrawn from Italy's auction for licenses to operate third-generation (3G) mobile telecommunications networks, the company announced on...

October 23rd, 2000 Peter Sayer

Microsoft unveils new wireless server

Microsoft unveils new wireless server

Microsoft Corp. last month announced software products to let handheld users connect wirelessly to applications and data on Windows 2000...

October 21st, 2000 John Cox

Report: China spells out some telecom rules

Report: China spells out some telecom rules

The Chinese government spelled out on Wednesday for the first time how it will define "value-added" telecommunications services, a key...

October 12th, 2000 Stephen Lawson

Microsoft unveils mobile strategy

Microsoft unveils mobile strategy

Hoping to revitalize the flagging sub-notebook market, Microsoft Corp. on Thursday introduced the Handheld PC 2000 (HPC) as part of...

September 7th, 2000 Bob Trott and Tom Sullivan

Carrier briefs

Carrier briefs

Nokialast month announced the availability of the Nokia WAP Browser 2.0, compliant with the WAP 1.2 specification. WAP is an...

September 7th, 2000 Greg Enright

Gates casts doubt on WAP future

Gates casts doubt on WAP future

WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is splintered and should have followed Internet protocols more closely, but XML (Extensible Markup Language) will...

September 1st, 2000 Russell Brown