The GSMA announced the winners of the coveted Global Mobile Awards at the 2010 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Comsys Mobile, a leader in communication processors for 4G mobile devices, today announced availability of a new platform, the ComMAX LT8000DP, for the LT8000 LTE UE baseband at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona.
During a press conference at Mobile World Congress today, T-Mobile USA, Inc. announced the creation of a comprehensive mobile entertainment experience for the upcoming HTC HD2, available exclusively in the U.S. from T-Mobile this spring. Offering the largest touch screen on a smartphone in the U.S., the new HTC HD2 will come ready with access to millions of eBooks, movies, television programs and more.
New Headset Features Nearly a Full Day’s Worth of Talk Time, to Debut at Mobile World Congress
BoxTone, the expert in mobile user management, today announced that its market-leading mobility management software suite has entered the certification process for the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express.
The GSMA today reported significant progress with its Rich Communication Suite (RCS) initiative, a service that provides mobile operators with a feature-rich portfolio of interoperable communication services, enabling customers to access a wide range of advanced messaging applications direct from their handset’s contact list.
GSMA, Samsung, Telefonica and Visa, with Giesecke & Devrient, Ingenico, ITN International and La Caixa, collaborate across industries to give Congress attendees an opportunity to experience NFC
The GSMA today announced the launch of a commercial pilot in Canada as part of its OneAPI (Open Network Enabler Application Programming Interfaces) initiative, working with the country’s leading mobile operators Bell Mobility, Rogers Communications and TELUS to demonstrate the viability and benefits of providing developers with standardised application programming interfaces (APIs) for mobile networks.
The GSMA today announced that China Telecom, KDDI and Verizon Wireless have gained membership to the GSMA following their commitment to deploy commercial services based on Long-Term Evolution (LTE), the next-generation wireless technology for Mobile Broadband.