The latest developments from the APAC region, including wireless acquisitions and activity in the broadband TV markets
Five predictions for the coming year
Turnkey software aims to get service providers into cloud-computing game more quickly
We reveal the top Unstrung stories of 2009
Because there were other things to write about, you know...
Nokia is taking a new patent complaint against Apple up with the ITC
Apple and Android top this year's rumor roundup
10:20 AM A traffic-calming measure?
Telesoft survey shows enterprises cracking down on inaccurate bills and uncontrolled mobile usage
Users are reporting data problems in North America and beyond on the iconic BlackBerry service
MSO will pay up to $16M to settle the score for its previous use of a network management system that throttled some P2P applications
Unstrung tracks the top M&A deals of 2009 that reshaped the wireless industry
2:10 PM Fake Steve says, 'This was meant as a joke'
Asia/Pacific president Sean Dolan is unexpectedly replaced, though it's unclear whether he's leaving the vendor
Swedish joint venture of Tele2 and Telenor turns to Chinese vendor for its national LTE rollout, leaving Ericsson to rue a home turf loss
Femtocell pioneer Ubiquisys unveils a new software licensing business model, signaling change across the nascent femto market
2:00 PM Jokey plan to take down AT&T's network might have 'spun out of control'
New AT&T and Verizon initiatives put environmental benefits out front, but still count on bottom-line savings to convince businesses
Visions of multichassis data-center switches were what led Broadcom to buy startup Dune Networks
Huawei supplies femtocells to China Unicom as other vendors look to China to boost the femto market worldwide
Verizon Wireless's CTO was saying there was no future in unlimited data long before AT&T's latest furor over wireless data plans
Policy management specialist Bridgewater lands its first LTE gig with MetroPCS
The search giant's 'G-Phone' may actually be a test device, or another HTC Android phone
TeliaSonera sets introductory tariffs and data usage limits for its commercial LTE service launched today
Using Nortel gear, Verizon upgrades its live Paris-to-Frankfurt link with a 100G wavelength on existing fiber
TeliaSonera claims a world first as it launches commercial LTE networks in Oslo and Stockholm, and plans further deployments
2:30 PM Why 'hybrid' plans make sense
1:45 PM Amazing news: A day without Twitter is entirely possible
5:30 PM If it is dead, nobody told T-Mobile
Fourth-quarter revenues are up 7% sequentially and about flat from a year ago, but the full year's sales are down nearly 28%
The oft-disparaged band is considered a one-room wonder, but the WiGig and WirelessHD camps say it can (un)wire the entire home
7:20 PM John Chambers isn't playing for just 12% to 17%
AT&T's de la Vega says 3G issues are being addressed in two major markets right now
BT turns to Cisco to build a set of 'global' cloud-based IP telephony services, but what does global mean these days?
6:00 PM 2010 is going to be a year of intense competition for mobile OS share
5:45 PM Qwest is taking the road less traveled when it comes to video services
Exclusive French trial for French vendor – quelle surprise!
Verizon talks up modulation technique used in LTE as a potential battery-saver
It's a battle of the 5GHz bands as the Wireless Home Digital Interface gets ready to roll
Set the controls for the heart of the network: Force10 adds MPLS and starts working on IPoDWDM
Targets US markets with 700 MHz support in new LTE customer premises equipment
Ericsson withdraws its membership and touts IMS approach – but VoLGA Forum says it's still alive and kicking
A Verizon LTE Website possibly reveals some speed details, but a spokesman says there's no date yet for network launch
'Ethernet Everywhere,' software as a service, and mobile broadband are on Time Warner Cable's business services agenda
Another 600 jobs are in danger as the wireless chips firm targets an additional $115 million in annual savings
AT&T & Verizon drop lawsuits around the 3G map dispute as Verizon continues with coverage campaign
Nokia pledges commitment to the Symbian operating system for its smartphones and plans a new mobile computer
11:40 AM Even if you won't be in NYC for our BIG cable biz event Thursday, you can still catch part of it live via the Intertubes
Nokia said today it expects overall industry mobile device volumes to be up 10 percent next year, compared to 2009
7:50 AM Cisco is close, but not quite there, in its bid to buy Tandberg
3:20 PM Why aren't they hiring more hardware people?
Telstra's changing shape by the minute, plus other news and speculation from Malaysia, India, China, and Thailand
In LTE packet core networks, many vendors are lining up to challenge Ericsson and Nokia Siemens, a new Heavy Reading report finds