Apple is now the number three among smartphone vendors, according to Canalys. It has launched a new iPhone device with 16Gmo memory.
Fujitsu Networks has announced an outdoor microcell base station for mobile WiMAX, the BroadOne WX300. It launched the world's smallest radio frequency(RF) module MB86K71 for mobile devices, supporting all of the RF circuitry necessary for Mobile WiMAX.
Syniverse is offering financial clearinghouse services to GSM carriers.
The JoikuSpot software allows a mobile phone to share a 3G connection with other mobile devices, and act as a mini WiFi hotspot.
Thomson will resell Airvana' s femtocell products under a global sourcing agreement between the two companies.
NXP Semiconductors and Purple Labs announced today the release of a sub-$100 3G Linux reference feature phone offering video telephony, music playback, high- speed Internet browsing and video streaming.
Garmin confirmed its entry in the mobile phone market with the nüvifone, an all-in-one (phone, GPS and web browser) touchscreen device.
TI has introduced a development platform for the recently ratified HSPA+ standard.
Qualcomm and Huawei have signed a technology transfer agreement for Node B (base station) receiver design.
Nokia has launched the first version of its new N-Gage mobile gaming platform.
NSN and Netgear will collaborate on an 3G femtocell home access solution.
LG Viewty phone (LG KU990) is the first mobile phone with DivX Certification to natively record video in DivX format.
Ericsson has launched a new mobile phone platform, the U500, to enable NG multimedia phones. It has also unveiled its U380 mobile platform supporting all major open Operating Systems (OSs) on the market.
ZTE USA launches its first handset for the US market. The device is called C88.
Motorola is working on LTE and believes in its success. Elsewhere, it has launched its advanced NBBS device management system, and will announce its first 3G femtocell customer premises equipment (CPE) in Barcelona.