5:50 PM Just some Friday speculation...
4:10 PM And survey finds that quality matters and lots of content owners haven't felt the Internet's embrace
Moto suprises with a Q2 profit, but all eyes are on its first Android launches in Q4
Alcatel-Lucent is getting stronger, says CEO Ben Verwaayen, who predicts big things in North America and with LTE
1:30 PM Alcatel-Lucent CEO gets excited about LTE
Sale of Thales stake pulls AlcaLu into the black, and CEO cites 'positive trends,' but the carrier division continues to suffer
5:15 PM Vendor says deals could come in early next year
The demands of dealing with major carriers pushed CDN specialist Velocix into the arms of Alcatel-Lucent, and for a low price too
The CDMA operator and inventor create a machine-to-machine venture that will take the market beyond niche status and likely bolster CDMA revenues
Alcatel-Lucent pumps up its services and video capabilities with the acquisition of content delivery network specialist Velocix
Touching on another hot issue in cable circles, the edge router startup adds a bandwidth boosting application controlled by the subscriber
Swedish vendor makes the case for spending $1.13 billion on Nortel's wireless assets
Wireless and FiOS are still strong, but Verizon is looking to cut 8,000 more jobs in its wireline business after profits shrink in Q2
What a difference the iPhone 3GS – and an asset buyout – makes for AT&T in the race for cellular subscribers
NOON Another Nortel exec finds a new home
Service provider spending might be stabilizing, but Juniper isn't willing to call it an upturn yet
You've got to spend a dollar to make a dollar, AT&T finds, as its second-quarter revenues are dragged down by the iPhone 3GS launch
2:00 PM The bell has rung for 21CN's 'Class of 2004'
12:30 PM Giant Swede stirs up Nortel auction
9:50 AM NSN and Allot offer alternative views of mobile data traffic
Comcast among operators that will use Fairshare 2.0, a more scalable traffic management system that enables application-specific policies
Qualcomm now says it will deliver MDM LTE samples in Q3 2009, which could mean proto-4G PC cards won't arrive until late in 2010, a chip analyst says
11:15 AM Has Vodafone learned a trick from its partner across the pond?
3:20 PM Too bad for iPhone users UPDATED 7/22 2:05 PM
3:00 PM LTE engineers are still a catch for the BlackBerry maker, it seems
2:30 PM LTE interoperability kicks off in March 2010
There's a fight brewing in Canada's high-tech corridor as RIM claims it's been blocked from submitting a $1.1 billion bid for Nortel's wireless assets
Nokia Siemens claims a unique solution for delivering voice over LTE networks and stays out of an industry initiative for new voice specs
BT's high-profile CTO Matt Bross has quit after nearly seven years at the UK operator, and will not be replaced
Google wants people to weigh in on what a national broadband plan from the FCC should look like
1:25 PM The one slight problem with these Apple & Verizon rumors
Phone giant's results weren't sunny-side up
The mobile handset market is a dog right now
10:50 AM O2 preps HSPA+ trial for Oktoberfest
Unstrung snaps Huawei's first Mobile User Congress customer event in Munich
Seeing OEMs wanting to outsource more of their engineering, IP Infusion jumps into the business of designing entire systems
Huawei wireless product line execs told Unstrung their company has a different image now, as they hosted a customer event in Munich last week
Guess who's taking its place?
As Bharti Airtel establishes apps developer community, MTNL hunts an international partner, and other operators roll out services
11:15 AM What's WiMax Worth to Comcast?
Cisco's gear performed well in an EANTC peer-to-peer traffic test, but ipoque and Procera can outdo Cisco in a rather obvious way
The 'Can you hear me now?' carrier isn't going to follow its rival's outsourcing lead
A major US wireless operator is handing over day-to-day management of network operations to a services partner
Bakrie Telecom has grown rapidly in the fixed wireless access market, and now has its heart set on an acquisition
Former Alcatel-Lucent chief marketing officer shows up at Openwave as senior VP of products and marketing
Google announces a second operating system, this time aimed at netbooks and, eventually, larger PCs
As O2 Germany completes 3G network upgrade to 7.2 Mbit/s, the operator launches Deep Packet Inspection to monitor customer data usage
The head of Cisco's consumer division gets the high-profile job of chief strategy officer
NYC transport authority is looking into the prospect of deploying free WiFi on some overland commuter trains
5:20 PM Another view of the company's long-term ambitions
Digital Bridges, TowerStream, and ERF Wireless consider bids on broadband stimulus money, while the big cellcos remain 'undecided'
VoLGA Forum unveils new specs to tackle the thorny issue of delivering circuit-switched voice and messaging services over LTE
DoCoMo's vendor choices show it's building a new backhaul network for LTE, one that could be shared with next-gen fixed broadband
9:30 AM Will anyone mention BT as a suitor?
Cisco founder Len Bosack sheds new light on his company's DarkStar products and the appeal of DIY enterprise optical networks
Cisco's annual customer lovefest comes back to the Bay Area
Nokia Siemens tells Unstrung it has shifted its R&D focus away from WiMax and into HSPA+ and LTE
4:00 PM Would you really want to be the next David Bowie?
11:00 AM Why not take all of Nortel, a private equity firm asks
Nokia Siemens tells Unstrung what it plans to do with Nortel's LTE access assets when the acquisition is complete