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31-Dec-2002: Asian Handset Makers Poised for Success over European Vendors, Says Probe Research.
30-Dec-2002: Hutchison may hit 3G wall in Sweden.
29-Dec-2002: Korea's mobile handset manufacturers pull off higher sales, crank up exports.
29-Dec-2002: Components for color-screen mobile phones may face shortages.
28-Dec-2002: 'Fixed Rate Pricing Scheme May Not Work for 1xEV-DO,' Says KDDI President.
28-Dec-2002: Ericsson's MMS solution selected by Telcel in Mexico.
27-Dec-2002: Philips Launches fisio 825 and 625 models Powered by Cellon.
26-Dec-2002: Blind Date Picked by SMS.
26-Dec-2002: AT&T Wireless and NTT DoCoMo Outline Plans To Deploy W-CDMA Services.
26-Dec-2002: Compal Communications unveils AR11 smartphone.
26-Dec-2002: Nextel Sweetens Support for Spectrum-Swap Plan.
26-Dec-2002: NTT DoCoMo Introduces the F504iS.
25-Dec-2002: DoCoMo, Vodafone Fight to Retain Mobile-Phone Users in Japan.
25-Dec-2002: Access' Micro-browser to be Integrated in Toshiba Handsets.
25-Dec-2002: Toshiba likely to place more GSM/GPRS orders to Taiwan.
24-Dec-2002: Nokia and Cellular One Sign Agreement for GSM/EDGE Network Delivery.
23-Dec-2002: Microsoft Sued for Stealing Phone Secrets.
23-Dec-2002: KG Telecom unveils new Toshiba T535i i-mode handset.
23-Dec-2002: Orange rolls out of Swedish 3G race.
23-Dec-2002: German internet providers told to block access to foreign Nazi websites.
22-Dec-2002: Nokia seals deal with Taiwan Cellular Corp to deliver WCDMA 3G.
21-Dec-2002: DoCoMo Camera Phone Sales Exceed 4 Million.
20-Dec-2002: Intrinsyc's New Wireless PDA Reference Design purchased by Microsoft.
20-Dec-2002: Orange Denmark picks Nokia's MMS solution.
20-Dec-2002: Kyocera 7135 Smartphone Makes US Debut.
20-Dec-2002: Vodafone Takes First 3G Step with J-Phone Launch.
19-Dec-2002: Orange SA announces plans to withdraw from Swedish market.
19-Dec-2002: Italy's Wind introduces Nokia Downloading Solution.
19-Dec-2002: Intel Communications Fund Invests In Two Wi-Fi Companies.
19-Dec-2002: U.S. Cellular Selects Lucent to Deploy 3G Wireless Network Infrastructure.
19-Dec-2002: Nokia to supply GSM network expansion to Henan MCC in China.
19-Dec-2002: Marriott Launches Wireless Internet Access at 400 Hotels.
18-Dec-2002: DoCoMo abandons Microsoft video format in favour of open standard for 3G service.
18-Dec-2002: Swiss rail company SBB contracts Siemens to build GSM-Railway mobile network.
18-Dec-2002: QUALCOMM Announces UMTS/GSM RF Chip to Enable Worldwide Roaming.
18-Dec-2002: NTT DoCoMo to unveil faster FOMA 3G service in 2005.
18-Dec-2002: Cingular Expands GSM/GPRS Network.
17-Dec-2002: Nokia and IBM to provide end-to-end secured enterprise business.
17-Dec-2002: Teleca Launches AU Mobile Suite 2.0.
17-Dec-2002: Aplix Ships JBlend Platform Based on J2ME MIDP 2.0 Technology.
17-Dec-2002: Nextel Awarded Government-Wide Contract.
16-Dec-2002: Ericsson and Telenor Mobile sign a global MMS agreement.
16-Dec-2002: C&W Provides First 3G-compliant GRX Service in Japan to J-PHONE.
15-Dec-2002: Holiday Deadlines Loom for Deals on Cell Phones.
15-Dec-2002: Is the worst over for the telecommunications industry?.
14-Dec-2002: Verizon Offers JAMDAT Mobile's The Lord Of The Rings.
13-Dec-2002: CD-quality audio at low bitrates.
13-Dec-2002: STMicroelectronics and TI Team up to Establish and Open Standard for Wireless Applications.
13-Dec-2002: Mobile Phone Makers to Help Dispose of Old Handsets.
13-Dec-2002: Verizon/ Not yet time for fancy wireless.
13-Dec-2002: Megafon Rolls Out Media Messaging.
12-Dec-2002: Companies to Provide Embedded Linux Platform for TI OMAP Processors.
12-Dec-2002: Sony Ericsson Again Delays Launch of Camera Phone.
11-Dec-2002: Legend Cooperates with Palmsource.
11-Dec-2002: Lucent introduces new flagship CDMA base station.
11-Dec-2002: UMTS agreement for Siemens.
11-Dec-2002: Symbian enters 3G market with Fujitsu and NTT DoCoMo.
11-Dec-2002: DoCoMo Introduces 3 New FOMA Models.
10-Dec-2002: Hutchison 3G UK reveals upcoming 3 products and services.
10-Dec-2002: Bluetooth sets clock ticking.
10-Dec-2002: Itronix Introduces GoBook II Supporting Three Wireless Networks Concurrently.
09-Dec-2002: NEC Enables Video Phone Function Between 3G Mobile Phone, PC.
09-Dec-2002: SAI Positioning Technology Successfully Demonstrated.
07-Dec-2002: Vodafone users are playing spy games.
06-Dec-2002: Cometa Networks Formed To Provide National Wireless Internet Access.
06-Dec-2002: Nissan and NTT DoCoMo Group to Propose Wireless Services for Lease Cars.
05-Dec-2002: BlackBerry 6750 Wireless Handheld For CDMA2000 1X Networks.
05-Dec-2002: Advanced Architecture Combines RF and Baseband to Give Bluetooth(tm) Developers a Leading Edge.
05-Dec-2002: Ericsson, AT&T Wireless make first call.
05-Dec-2002: Telesp Celular to launch BREW handsets in 1Q03.
05-Dec-2002: Samsung Met 2002 Domestic Handset Sales Goal in Nov..
05-Dec-2002: A Successful EDGE for Wireless Operators in the Americas.
04-Dec-2002: RIM Introduces New BlackBerry Wireless Handheld For Nextel.
04-Dec-2002: J-Phone Launches 3G Service Based on International Standards.
04-Dec-2002: Samsung Offers a Peek at New Pocket PC Phone.
03-Dec-2002: Nortel Networks to Link Wi-Fi Networks with CDMA, GPRS, UMTS.
03-Dec-2002: New SoC Technology with Circuitry of 65nm Announced.
03-Dec-2002: Telstra launches Australia's first 3G wireless service.
03-Dec-2002: Symbian's Platinum Partner Program Announces New Collaborations.
02-Dec-2002: Nokia Fails to Meet 3G Network Deadline.
02-Dec-2002: Movie Sha-mail Can be Sent to Other Carriers.
02-Dec-2002: Ericsson and Hutchison sign major Managed Services agreement in Australia.
01-Dec-2002: J-Phone's Japan 3G Launch Tests Water for Vodafone.
01-Dec-2002: Mobeon delivers corporate e-mail on SonyEricsson's P800 model.
30-Nov-2002: Nokia and Vodafone Omnitel carry out 3G WCDMA call.
29-Nov-2002: Aliant Mobility launches CDMA2000 1X.
28-Nov-2002: Cingular Offers New Dual Band 3590 and 6590 GSM and 6340i GAIT Handsets from Nokia.
28-Nov-2002: Verizon FREEUP Product Line Offers Prepaid Games and Ringtones.
28-Nov-2002: Nokia supplies O2 Ireland with WLAN for broadband wireless service.
28-Nov-2002: Verizon Announces "Gets It Now" CDM-9500 Phone.
27-Nov-2002: Telia, BT sign WLAN roaming agreement in UK.
27-Nov-2002: First-ever UMTS phone call claimed by H3G.
27-Nov-2002: Lucent unveils compact CDMA2000 base station.
26-Nov-2002: DoCoMo Camera Phone Sales Exceed 3 Million.
26-Nov-2002: Vodafone signs agreements with leading computer suppliers.
26-Nov-2002: Wireless Internet not very popular in Taiwan.
26-Nov-2002: Europolitan Vodafone request for Swedish 3G delay denied by regulator.
26-Nov-2002: Sun Joins Hands with China Unicom for JAVA Wireless Services.
26-Nov-2002: Global Handset Sales Rose 7.8% in Third Quarter.
25-Nov-2002: MMS interconnection launched in Finland.
25-Nov-2002: TCL Offers First WISMO-Powered Mobile Phones, the 9388 and 9688.
24-Nov-2002: Matsushita to dial up camera phones in China.
24-Nov-2002: Comdex: The great wireless debate.
24-Nov-2002: Verizon Plans Eventual Nationwide Rollout of W-LAN Services.
23-Nov-2002: Siemens introduces new program for mobile phone developers.
23-Nov-2002: Motorola 2G/3G phone gets US approval.
22-Nov-2002: Sprint PCS to Sell Nokia Phone After 2-Year Hiatus.
22-Nov-2002: Logica first to enable MMS Intercarrier Messaging.
22-Nov-2002: China Mobile Announces GPRS Roaming Agreement with AT&T Wireless.
22-Nov-2002: Japanese Mobile Carriers to Study Effects of Radio Waves on Living Organisms.
22-Nov-2002: 3G Network Launched in Venezuela.
21-Nov-2002: JATE Approves Many New Mobile Phone Handset Models.
21-Nov-2002: Samsung Says New Phone to Use Qualcomm Chip.
21-Nov-2002: NTT DoCoMo Introduces N504iS Camera-equipped Handset.
20-Nov-2002: Sprint and Growell Telecom Announce Availability of PCS Connection Card Model CF2031.
20-Nov-2002: NEC Infrontia Unveils Pocket@i Business-Use PDA.
20-Nov-2002: Nokia provides Oi in Brazil with multimedia messaging solution.
20-Nov-2002: China's TCL Mobile Chooses Motorola Platforms.
20-Nov-2002: Wireless Internet access frustrating at Comdex.
20-Nov-2002: Vodafone Announces Launch of Remote Access.
20-Nov-2002: Polish Operator PTC Launches i-mode.
19-Nov-2002: Thin is in for screens of wireless gadgets.
19-Nov-2002: New Products Using IEEE 802.11g Offer a Peek Into the Wireless Future.
19-Nov-2002: EDGE Capable Nokia 6200 Tri-band Phone Announced.
19-Nov-2002: Dell Announces Axim X5 at Comdex 2002.
19-Nov-2002: Nokia announces the 3585i GPS-enabled CDMA2000 1X handset.
18-Nov-2002: Gates Unveils New Smart Microsoft Devices, Services.
18-Nov-2002: Open Source Underpins IBM Mobile Web Services Effort.
16-Nov-2002: FCC Adopts Order Granting Relief to Eligible Auction 35 Bidders.
15-Nov-2002: T-Mobile USA Posts Loss but Sales Jump.
15-Nov-2002: Vodafone tests handsets with Qualcomm technology.
14-Nov-2002: Motorola Begins Offering Online Training for Wireless Developers.
14-Nov-2002: IEEE 802.11A/B/G Solution From TI.
13-Nov-2002: Latest i-shot Model Offers World's First 3D Mobile Phone Screen.
13-Nov-2002: Multimedia Single-Chip Solution Enabling Multimode Handsets Supporting CDMA2000 1X, 1xEV-DO and GSM/GPRS.
13-Nov-2002: Sharp Introduces the Zaurus SL-5600.
13-Nov-2002: KPN Mobile launches Toshiba TS21i i-mode handset.
13-Nov-2002: Nokia 6800 Messaging Phone Announced.
12-Nov-2002: ViewSonic to Debut Microsoft's Smart Display.
12-Nov-2002: Sony content going T-Mobile.
12-Nov-2002: Microsoft and Samsung Announce Low-Cost Pocket PC Concept Design.
12-Nov-2002: Spain govt to cut UMTS guarantees.
12-Nov-2002: Qualcomm Licenses USB On-The-Go Technology from TransDimension for 3G Chipsets.
11-Nov-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce New i-mode Handset Featuring Dual Cameras.
11-Nov-2002: Nokia calls on developers.
11-Nov-2002: National Semi, ARM to Extend Cell Phone Battery.
11-Nov-2002: Cable & Wireless Panama launches first GSM/GPRS 850 MHz network in the world.
11-Nov-2002: KPN's E-Plus to launch MMS.
09-Nov-2002: MIND Deploys Contivity IP Gateway from Nortel Networks.
08-Nov-2002: Cypress Samples WirelessUSB.
08-Nov-2002: BlackBerry Software Licensing Agreement Signed by Nokia and RIM.
07-Nov-2002: TI Produces Next-Generation FRAM Chip.
07-Nov-2002: Sendo chooses Nokia's Series 60 platform for its smart phones.
07-Nov-2002: Motorola C332 and V70 Handsets Offered to T-Mobile Customers.
07-Nov-2002: Nortel Networks Sign GSM/GPRS/EDGE Agreement.
07-Nov-2002: Partner brings 3G launch date forward to 2003.
07-Nov-2002: Motorola and Cingular Wireless Collaborate to Offer the A388 and the C331 Handsets.
06-Nov-2002: Nokia/ Open to everyone except Microsoft.
06-Nov-2002: IBM announces world's fastest silicon-based transistor.
06-Nov-2002: Industry Leaders Reach Agreement on Royalty Rates for W-CDMA.
06-Nov-2002: Nokia powers Telstra's MMS network in Australia.
06-Nov-2002: First e-mail Sent Directly from a Commercial Airliner via a High-speed Internet Connection.
06-Nov-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce New i-mode SO212i.
06-Nov-2002: Frequency Allocation for TD-SCDMA Announced in China.
06-Nov-2002: Nokia and Sega to take gamers to a new level of mobile interactive gaming.
05-Nov-2002: RealNetworks and Envivio to Develop Multimedia Encoder for Mobile Markets.
05-Nov-2002: Metrowerks and Borland Announce Commitment to Nokia's Series 60 Smartphone Platform.
05-Nov-2002: Bouygues Telecom to Launch i-mode Service in France.
05-Nov-2002: KTF introduces new mobile Web browser.
05-Nov-2002: Sanyo Selects Qualcomm's Dual-Mode Chipset for its 3G Handsets.
05-Nov-2002: Legend Launches i188 Color Screen Mobile Handset.
05-Nov-2002: Vivato Invents World's First Wi-Fi Switch.
05-Nov-2002: Dell New PDA Due.
04-Nov-2002: Nokia launches 9 new products at Nokia Mobile Internet Conference in Munich.
04-Nov-2002: O2 delays multimedia messaging launch.
04-Nov-2002: Camera Phone Market Booms, but Nokia Lags - Survey.
04-Nov-2002: Siemens delivers Intelligent Networks technology to Satelindo.
03-Nov-2002: D-Link Introduces 22MBPS Wireless Router.
02-Nov-2002: Microsoft Seen Stronger Following Ruling - Experts.
02-Nov-2002: DoCoMo pushing to expand use of FOMA mobile service.
01-Nov-2002: Sony Develops Stamp-Sized Tuners for PDA's.
01-Nov-2002: Nokia to deliver multimedia messaging solution to Ukrainian Mobile.
01-Nov-2002: Qualcomm Announces Production Shipment of World's First radioOne 3G CDMA2000 1X Chipset.
31-Oct-2002: Wi-Fi Protective Access (WPA) announced by Wi-Fi Alliance.
31-Oct-2002: Ericsson to Provide Vesper with CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Overlay System.
31-Oct-2002: Windows units to heat up market.
31-Oct-2002: T-Mobile Partners with Airlines to Expand 'Wi-Fi' Internet Access.
30-Oct-2002: J-Phone Unveils Two New "Sha-mail" Handsets:.
30-Oct-2002: First Commercial CDMA2000 1XEV-DO Service Launched in US.
30-Oct-2002: Nokia to supply WCDMA 3G network to CHT Taiwan.
30-Oct-2002: New VAS Media Solution for all MMS Systems.
29-Oct-2002: Korea SK Telecom Confirms Talks With Vodafone, Telefonica.
29-Oct-2002: Verizon Wireless Offers New Bluetooth Headset.
29-Oct-2002: Palm Introduces New Tungsten W.
29-Oct-2002: Palm Unveils Palm Tungsten T.
28-Oct-2002: Chinese Phone Users Exchange Old Handsets for New.
28-Oct-2002: Japan's 3G race heats up.
27-Oct-2002: Recycling Phones to Charities, Not Landfills.
25-Oct-2002: Kenwood to Exit Japan Cellphone Business - Paper.
25-Oct-2002: Mobile Games Interoperability Forum Releases v1.0 Specs.
25-Oct-2002: Group Promotes 'ZigBee' Wireless Standard.
25-Oct-2002: Nokia M2M Platform chosen by Telenor Mobil in Norway.
24-Oct-2002: Launch of Vodafone Live! and Vodafone Mobile Office.
24-Oct-2002: Korea's export of CDMA products and equipment to China hits snag.
24-Oct-2002: LGE releases new GPRS cellular phone models.
24-Oct-2002: Over one third S.Korean mobile users access Internet via wireless service.
24-Oct-2002: Vodafone to launch Live! service.
24-Oct-2002: More 3G phones for Hutchison.
23-Oct-2002: Samsung licenses Symbian OS for smartphones.
23-Oct-2002: Nokia to participate in 3G expansion with J-PHONE in Japan.
23-Oct-2002: Siemens ships U10 tri-band UMTS handset.
22-Oct-2002: Machines talking with machines wirelessly.
22-Oct-2002: Intel adds fuel to the Wi-Fi fire.
22-Oct-2002: New CodeWarrior to support Palm OS Version 5 ARM.
22-Oct-2002: Nortel Networks Achieves IP-UTRAN Capability for UMTS.
22-Oct-2002: The S55 MMS Handset Launched by Siemens.
22-Oct-2002: Sony Ericsson unveils new CDMA2000 1x mobile phone, A1101S, for Japan.
22-Oct-2002: Orange and Microsoft Launch the World's First Windows Powered Smartphone - The SPV.
21-Oct-2002: Siemens Announces Five New Handsets for US GSM Market.
20-Oct-2002: GSM Holds its 48th Plenary Meeting in Istanbul.
20-Oct-2002: Audiovox Previews Four New Handsets.
20-Oct-2002: Nokia Begins Sale of 8280 CDMA2000 1X Handset in Brazil.
20-Oct-2002: Wireless Consumers Access 3G services with 200 Available CDMA2000 Devices.
19-Oct-2002: PalmSource and Sony Ericsson Team for Optimized Bluetooth Interoperability.
18-Oct-2002: Sprint offers Unlimited Data on their cdma 1x Network.
18-Oct-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce New i-shot N251i Handset.
18-Oct-2002: Vodacom Selects Siemens' and Openwave'sT MMS Solution.
18-Oct-2002: TI Eyes Boost from Japan's New 3G Phones.
17-Oct-2002: Nokia 6650 WCDMA/GSM phone passes type approval tests.
17-Oct-2002: RIM introduces new BlackBerry Wireless Handhelds the 6710 and 6720.
17-Oct-2002: Lucent Technologies Designs "BLAST" Chips for 3G Handsets.
17-Oct-2002: HP Expands Mobile Print Offerings.
16-Oct-2002: Vodafone to Buy Stake in Cegetel.
16-Oct-2002: Opera Displays the Full Web on Small Screens.
16-Oct-2002: Intel Unveils Advances In Technology For Cell Phones.
16-Oct-2002: SMART chooses Nokia for MMS and mobile location-based service.
16-Oct-2002: BASE to Launch i-mode Service in Belgium.
16-Oct-2002: Sprint Introduces the Sanyo 5300 Built-in Camera Mobile Handset.
16-Oct-2002: Verizon Launches the LG VX10.
16-Oct-2002: Bluetooth Component and Equipment Markets.
15-Oct-2002: Wireless Industry Puts Weight Behind GSM/GPRS 850.
15-Oct-2002: Unicom buys 100,000 CDMA phones from ZTE.
15-Oct-2002: AT&T Wireless Launches Advanced Service in NYC.
14-Oct-2002: Ericsson signs second contract with Chinese TCL Mobile.
14-Oct-2002: Telenor's Hungarian Unit Pannon To Launch MMS Services.
14-Oct-2002: SK Telecom Unit to Provide Handsets to China United.
14-Oct-2002: Another Delay for Belgian 3G?.
13-Oct-2002: The Killer App - Not What but When.
13-Oct-2002: Alcatel Bridges Asia and Europe through Live 3G/UMTS.
13-Oct-2002: The 3G roll-out begins.
12-Oct-2002: T-Mobile and Borders to Offer 802.11b Wireless Broadband Internet Access.
12-Oct-2002: D-Link Launches DBT-120 Wireless USB Bluetooth Adapter.
11-Oct-2002: NEC to Supply Camera-Equipped Mobile Phones to China.
10-Oct-2002: Motorola Awarded More GSM/GPRS Business in China.
10-Oct-2002: First UMTS Calls Using 1900 MHz Radio Spectrum Completed.
10-Oct-2002: Siemens Announces the SX56 Pocket PC Phone.
09-Oct-2002: Samsung Selects Qualcomm Chipset.
09-Oct-2002: DoCoMo's 4G Transmission Experiment Successful.
09-Oct-2002: Hutchison Unveils Brand Identity for 3.
08-Oct-2002: T-Mobile and Sierra Wireless Introduce 'Global Ready' Wireless PC Card.
08-Oct-2002: Fujitsu to Unveil Cell-Phone Operated Robot.
08-Oct-2002: Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom Inter-Connect For MMS Services.
08-Oct-2002: Telkomsel Indonesia launches GPRS solution supplied by Nokia.
08-Oct-2002: Webraska signs contract with the Orange Group for delivery of LBS across Europe.
07-Oct-2002: MegaFon Brings MMS To Moscow Area.
07-Oct-2002: Three Telco Presidents Discuss Future of 3G Mobile Phone Services (Part 2): NTT DoCoMo.
07-Oct-2002: Chunghwa Telecom launches MMS.
07-Oct-2002: Palm Low-Cost Handheld Takes Aim at Scrap Paper.
06-Oct-2002: FCC Convenes En Banc Hearing on Telecommunications Industry October 7th.
05-Oct-2002: Ericsson launches commercialized 3G system.
05-Oct-2002: Microsoft Studying Japanese Mobile Opportunities.
05-Oct-2002: Vodafone integrates Vizzavi with full continuity of business activities.
05-Oct-2002: Forrester: 3G operators won't break even for 15 years.
05-Oct-2002: BPL Mobile Launches First MMS in India Using TeleDNA.
05-Oct-2002: KG signs up 22,000 i-mode subscribers.
04-Oct-2002: Vodafone set to launch Vodafone live! in UK.
04-Oct-2002: Orange 'hopeful' Swedish regulator will reconsider refusal on UMTS delay.
04-Oct-2002: Samsung to Launch Camera-Phone in Europe.
03-Oct-2002: AT&T Wireless Sees No Demand for WCDMA Service.
03-Oct-2002: Spain UMTS licence holder investment pledges seen eased.
03-Oct-2002: Nokia and Vodafone Omnitel demonstrate successful mobile voice-over-IP call.
03-Oct-2002: Improved Chip Technology Gives Consumers More Wireless Talk Time.
03-Oct-2002: Cisco Announces New 3200 Series Mobile Access Router.
03-Oct-2002: Sony Announces the Clie PEG-NX70V and the PEG-NX60 Handhelds.
02-Oct-2002: Hutchison 3G says on course with 3G roll out in UK, Italy.
02-Oct-2002: Qualcomm Announces World's First Bluetooth WCDMA (UMTS) and GSM Voice Calls.
02-Oct-2002: T-Mobile Sidekick Now Available Nationwide.
02-Oct-2002: mmO2 Set to Launch Most Comprehensive Multimedia Messaging Service.
02-Oct-2002: Leading Telecommunications Companies Sign Up for Open Base Station.
01-Oct-2002: Nokia delivers GPRS and MMS solutions to "MegaFon" in Russia.
01-Oct-2002: Hutchison 3G's U.K. Debut Poses Risk for Vodafone, Other Rivals.
01-Oct-2002: Telco Presidents Discuss Future of 3G Mobile Phone Services.
01-Oct-2002: Siemens, Motorola Silent on Telecoms Swap Report.
01-Oct-2002: Vodafone Sweden applies to regulator for 2-yr delay for UMTS roll out.
01-Oct-2002: Nazomi's JA108 Acceleration Chip Targeted for Mobile Wireless Applications.
30-Sep-2002: Nokia launches the Nokia Mediamaster 230 S.
28-Sep-2002: MobilCom to Cut Jobs and Feeze Network Plans.
27-Sep-2002: Vodafone Ireland picks Nokia as the sole supplier for its 3G network.
27-Sep-2002: Openwave Software Deployed by Sprint for PCS Vision Applications.
27-Sep-2002: Sprint Launches First Hitachi Wireless Phone in US.
26-Sep-2002: Nokia 6650 the world's first handset for WCDMA/UMTS/GSM networks.
26-Sep-2002: Wireless Phone Use Up 7.6 Percent - Study.
26-Sep-2002: Sonera launches 3G.
25-Sep-2002: Samsung and Cingular Wireless Announce New Business Relationship.
25-Sep-2002: Samsung Unveils Upcoming U.S. Product Strategy.
25-Sep-2002: Ericsson: mobilkom austria announces 3G service launch.
24-Sep-2002: Vodafone Plans Huge Push for Own Handsets-Magazine.
24-Sep-2002: New Service to Provide Simplified Mobile Access to Webpages.
24-Sep-2002: China Mobile Still Plans To Launch 3G Services In 2004.
24-Sep-2002: First handover between GSM and WCDMA with high data rate in live networks.
24-Sep-2002: Nokia Produces Look at the Future of the Mobile World.
24-Sep-2002: Sony Ericsson unveils the T100 mobile phone for modern youth.
24-Sep-2002: DoCoMo Announces New M-Stage Services.
24-Sep-2002: Visa To Introduce Wireless Smart Cards.
23-Sep-2002: Motorola T720 Launches With Verizon Wireless "Get It Now" Service.
23-Sep-2002: Wind in Italy chooses Nokia as supplier for its MMS Solution.
23-Sep-2002: Verizon Wireless Launches Marketing Campaign.
23-Sep-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce FOMA T2101V 3G Videophone.
23-Sep-2002: Palm Launches Next-Generation Product Subbrands.
21-Sep-2002: Coming Soon: T-Mobile Sidekick.
21-Sep-2002: Danger: T-Mobile To Roll Out Data Competition.
20-Sep-2002: Vodafone, mmo2 stick to schedule for UMTS roll-out in Germany.
20-Sep-2002: Cell Phone Firms Upbeat Amid Tech Woes.
20-Sep-2002: Qualcomm Updates Outlook for Chip Demand.
19-Sep-2002: Small Finnish Firm Makes Brand Name Phones.
19-Sep-2002: Motorola 2003 Phone Plan Leaked on Internet.
19-Sep-2002: DoCoMo and HP Develop First Technologies for Advanced 3G Multimedia Content Delivery.
19-Sep-2002: Disney and ESPN Wireless Content Launches with PCS Vision.
19-Sep-2002: Motorola and Microsoft Drive Next-generation Handheld Applications.
19-Sep-2002: Lucent successfully demonstrates seamless roaming between WiFi and 3G UMTS wireless networks.
18-Sep-2002: Motorola and Phat Farm Introduce Designer Mobile Phone.
18-Sep-2002: Audiovox Launches New 1X Handset in Canda.
18-Sep-2002: Samsung SCH-a310 GPS Handset Hits Verizon Stores.
18-Sep-2002: Now do you see what I'm talking about?.
18-Sep-2002: First PalmSource ARM-Native Proxy-less Web Browser Ships to Licensees.
18-Sep-2002: Vodafone signs partner agreement with MTC.
17-Sep-2002: Sprint offers Full-loaded PCS Phone by LG Model 5350.
17-Sep-2002: Siemens Mobile Acceleration invests in French wireless start-up SPeeQ.
17-Sep-2002: J2ME Technology Leader, 4thpass, Acquired by Motorola.
17-Sep-2002: Consumers Abandon Landlines and Increase Mobile Call Volumes.
17-Sep-2002: Airborne Entertainment Next-Gen Games and Screen Savers Now Available on Vision-Enabled PCS Phones from Sprint.
16-Sep-2002: NEC, Toshiba to jointly develop next-generation memory chip.
16-Sep-2002: Taiwan's Compal and Korea's Giga Telecom Choose Motorola's i.250 Platform for Mobile Handsets.
16-Sep-2002: Nokia delivers competitive EDGE technology globally.
15-Sep-2002: Intel to Extend Moore's Law With Nanotechnology.
15-Sep-2002: NTT Com Offers W-CDMA Wireless Access Test.
14-Sep-2002: Samsung sells $400 million of handsets to China Unicom.
14-Sep-2002: Mobile phones: The next Game Boy?.
13-Sep-2002: SmartServ and Motorola Sign Software Distribution Agreement for North America.
12-Sep-2002: Mobile Phone Contents to Go Global, Says Kneosoft CEO.
12-Sep-2002: FCC Expected to Cancel $16 Billion Wireless Auction of NextWave Spectrum.
11-Sep-2002: GSM and TDMA Register Major Growth in Latin America for 2Q 2002.
11-Sep-2002: Verizon Wireless Offers Summus And Zio's Nineball Mobile Game.
10-Sep-2002: CodeWarrior Development Environment now supports Symbian v7.
10-Sep-2002: Motorola, TCL Gain China Share at Siemens' Expense.
10-Sep-2002: Intermec Demonstrates New Dual-Radio Wireless Access Points.
10-Sep-2002: Dobson Cellular looks to Ericsson for GSM/GPRS network overlay.
10-Sep-2002: Greek operator COSMOTE launches MMS.
10-Sep-2002: Verizon Offers Wi-Fi to Business Customers.
09-Sep-2002: First mobile top ups from cash points.
08-Sep-2002: Vodafone's J-Phone orders base stations from NEC, Nokia; affirms 3G rollout.
07-Sep-2002: Bsquare Offers Power Handheld Reference Design For Customization.
07-Sep-2002: Live ML Baseball on Wireless Phones.
07-Sep-2002: Sanyo Turns to Cell Phones for Driving U.S. Growth.
07-Sep-2002: Motorola in Talks to Supply Handsets to J-Phone.
07-Sep-2002: Handset vendors dial up profits on youth.
07-Sep-2002: Ericsson secures first MMS contract with Orange France.
06-Sep-2002: AT&T Wireless Launches Price Promotion.
06-Sep-2002: VoiceStream Deal Moves Closer.
06-Sep-2002: Nokia Launches the 3650 Imaging Handset.
06-Sep-2002: One Up for i-mode?.
06-Sep-2002: Nokia 3510i Announced Offering Color, MMS and Java.
06-Sep-2002: Korea's Sales of Color Wireless Handsets Surpass 1 Million Units a Month.
06-Sep-2002: TI Introduces Smallest Single-Chip Charge Management ICS.
06-Sep-2002: Philips and Sony Announce Strategic Cooperation To Define Next Generation Near Field Radio-Frequency Communications.
05-Sep-2002: Nokia to Launch Color-Screen Youth Phone.
05-Sep-2002: Samsung 400 Added to Sprint PCS Vision Line-up.
05-Sep-2002: Bouygues Telecom chooses NEC to develop the mobile multimedia i-mode platform..
05-Sep-2002: TI to Deliver a Single-Chip Cell Phone.
04-Sep-2002: "University Wireless Developer Contest" Announced.
04-Sep-2002: Sprint and LightSurf Enable Wireless Customers to Instantly Shoot, View and Share Clear Pictures Nationwide.
04-Sep-2002: GSM/UMTS gathers momentum in the Americas.
04-Sep-2002: Mobile Telecommunications Company Launches Kuwait's First GPRS Service Using Motorola Solution.
03-Sep-2002: Taiwan prepares for 3G with infrastructure backbone build.
03-Sep-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce New Easy-to-Use mova F67liS Handset.
03-Sep-2002: Orange UK deployed Nokia's MMS for its commercial service.
03-Sep-2002: Telefonica hopes to sell non-Spanish European UMTS licences.
03-Sep-2002: Ericsson first to deploy a Wireless Village Instant Messaging and Presence Services solution.
03-Sep-2002: Philips, Intel Work Together to Create New Technology Platform for Multimedia Devices.
02-Sep-2002: Sonera To Launch 3G Services in Finland.
02-Sep-2002: Nokia to supply J-Phone with dual-mode handset.
02-Sep-2002: Ericsson Awarded MMS Contract by China Mobile.
01-Sep-2002: Openwave Announces SDK 6.1 Preview.
01-Sep-2002: First MMS User Data is in from Germany and Italy.
01-Sep-2002: Ten Million Wireless Internet Users in the US.
31-Aug-2002: Vodafone buys Vizzavi stake.
30-Aug-2002: Singapore launches wireless access to flight information.
30-Aug-2002: Ericsson to Exit Sony JV if Products Don't Sell.
30-Aug-2002: J-Phone Unveils Two New "Movie Sha-mail" Handsets.
30-Aug-2002: Samsung to license Nokia's software for mobile devices.
30-Aug-2002: Ericsson demonstrates Malaysia's first international 3G mobile-to-mobile call.
30-Aug-2002: mmO2 Launches 02 Games Arcade.
30-Aug-2002: Alltel Deploys Motorola's Short Messaging Service Center Platform and Gateway.
30-Aug-2002: Philips Announces Palm OS Version of Industry-Leading Remote-Control Software.
29-Aug-2002: Nokia Supplies MMS Solution to Chunghwa Telecom and Plus GSM.
29-Aug-2002: Toyota to Start CDMA2000 1x Information Service for Cars.
29-Aug-2002: MobilCom may surrender 3G licence.
29-Aug-2002: Nokia and Korean Game Industry to Cooperate.
28-Aug-2002: Commentary: There's Plenty of Life Left in 3G Wireless.
28-Aug-2002: WLNP Threatens to Significantly Impact Wireless Churn Rates.
27-Aug-2002: RoamAD Announces 802.11b Breakthrough.
27-Aug-2002: China Unicom Selects Qualcomm's BREW Solution.
27-Aug-2002: Video Gateway System for Mobile Handsets.
27-Aug-2002: Auction 35 Bidders Seeking Relief.
26-Aug-2002: EU to 'back 3G cost-sharing'.
26-Aug-2002: Japan's KDDI Goes to the Movies with New Phone.
26-Aug-2002: KDDI to Launch "Miss Kitty" GPS Mobile Phone.
25-Aug-2002: Crowded Global PDA Market.
24-Aug-2002: LightSurf Announces Immediate Availability of LightSurf IV.
24-Aug-2002: DoCoMo May Study Raising Stake in AT&T Wireless.
23-Aug-2002: Sanyo 4900 1XRTT Handset Introduced.
22-Aug-2002: Vodafone says impossible to launch UMTS in Portugal by beginning of next year.
22-Aug-2002: Wireless Public Safety Network to be Built by IBM.
22-Aug-2002: 96.7 Million Q2 Cellular Handset Shipments.
22-Aug-2002: Fun Messaging Apps from Scan Mobile Available on 3G.
22-Aug-2002: TAC in Thailand selects Nokia to supply its MMS solution.
22-Aug-2002: Handango Unveils Application Management & Provisioning Platform (AMPP).
21-Aug-2002: VoiceStream May Go as D.Telekom Seeks to Cut Debt.
21-Aug-2002: Nextel Unveils Wireless Business Solutions Initiative.
21-Aug-2002: Toshiba to Offer Location Information Service for KDDI.
21-Aug-2002: High-speed wireless Internet service available at Starbucks.
21-Aug-2002: Sprint PCS Offers Samsung A500 3G Handset.
21-Aug-2002: Jamdat to Bring Games to PCS Vision-Enabled Phones.
21-Aug-2002: 3G losses hurt KPN.
21-Aug-2002: Sony Ericsson reportedly fails to meet demand for handset cameras.
20-Aug-2002: VoiceStream Proposes Merger With Cingular.
20-Aug-2002: SMARTCOM PCS prepares for 3G expansion in Chile.
20-Aug-2002: Sony Ericsson Issues 'Application Proclamation' for the P800 Smartphone.
20-Aug-2002: Siemens Invests in Chinese Mobile Gaming Company.
20-Aug-2002: OnePoint Voice Mail service Announced by Verizon.
19-Aug-2002: InfoSpace J2ME Applications Available on PCS Vision.
19-Aug-2002: Sprint Announces 3G Toshiba 2032 Handset.
19-Aug-2002: Nortel to Supply GSM/GPRS Access Solutions to Centertel.
18-Aug-2002: A Weekend with the Handspring Treo 300.
18-Aug-2002: Camera Phones Gain Popularity.
18-Aug-2002: Wireless access to the Internet gains ground.
17-Aug-2002: Vuico And jPIX to Deliver Wireless Solutions in Asia Pacific.
16-Aug-2002: Boost Mobile to Launch Wireless Phone Service to Youth Market.
16-Aug-2002: Vodafone delays decison on Irish 3G licence.
16-Aug-2002: Bluetooth Showing Solid Growth in 2002.
15-Aug-2002: Sega's Monkey Ball Available via Sprint Vision.
15-Aug-2002: Pannon selects Nokia to supply its MMS Solution.
15-Aug-2002: 3GA Identifies Key Elements of Wireless Devices.
15-Aug-2002: CodeWarrior development environment adds Xscale processor support.
15-Aug-2002: Novatel and Lucent develop wireless modems supporting 3G UMTS networks.
14-Aug-2002: Alcatel Awarded Contracts for Chinese GSM Expansion.
14-Aug-2002: Novatel Offers PCS Wireless PC Card.
14-Aug-2002: Blackberry Has Attachment Viewing Features.
14-Aug-2002: Norway's Tele2 Won't Meet 3G Deadline.
14-Aug-2002: Survey Looks at Interest in SMS.
13-Aug-2002: Over Six Million J-Phone "Sha-mail" Handsets Now in Use.
13-Aug-2002: Orange Announces Advanced New Messaging Services.
13-Aug-2002: Sprint and Handspring Unveil Treo 300 Communicator.
13-Aug-2002: Wireless Development and Testing Lab Launched.
13-Aug-2002: Nokia to Buy Cell Phones From Taiwan Suppliers.
13-Aug-2002: Avesair Provides Mobile Marketing Technology for MSN Mobile Services.
12-Aug-2002: Aliant Telecom Mobility to launch 1X high speed Wireless network this Fall.
10-Aug-2002: 3G phones launch going to plan - Vodafone.
10-Aug-2002: FCC Eliminates Analog Service Requirement.
10-Aug-2002: Ethertronics Introduces Multi-Band Embedded Antennas.
09-Aug-2002: SKT May Launch Speed Camera Warning Service.
09-Aug-2002: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi To Revolutionize Automotive Landscape.
09-Aug-2002: Playboy Comes via Java to Mobile Phones and Handhelds.
08-Aug-2002: Sprint details its PCS Vision(sm) Service/Handset offerings.
08-Aug-2002: Sprint launches CDMA-1X nationwide.
08-Aug-2002: eXpressDSP-Compliant Algorithms from TI's Third-Party Network Speed Design.
08-Aug-2002: AMD Introduces the Lowest Power Flash Memory Device for High-End Cellular Phones.
08-Aug-2002: Vodafone to Delay German 3G.
08-Aug-2002: LG Electronics to Export GSM Handsets to South Africa.
08-Aug-2002: Nokia CEO: New Phones a Buffer Vs Economy.
08-Aug-2002: Blow for Europe 3G telecoms hopes.
07-Aug-2002: KDDI, Pioneer to Jointly Develop Car Navigation System.
07-Aug-2002: Photo messaging arrives in Australia.
07-Aug-2002: Sony Ericsson and Chapman Technologies sign agreement on vehicle telematics.
07-Aug-2002: Sprint PCS Set to Offer Mobile Internet.
06-Aug-2002: Europe's first commercial GSM Railway Network is deployed.
06-Aug-2002: TI Introduces New OMAP5910 Dual-Core Processor.
06-Aug-2002: Verizon Offers Fully-Integrated Billing.
06-Aug-2002: Roaming Between GPRS and WLAN.
05-Aug-2002: New Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1 Available.
05-Aug-2002: Wireless Information Revolution for Mass Transit.
05-Aug-2002: Adobe Delivers Acrobat Reader and Adobe PDF for Leading Mobile Phone Platform.
05-Aug-2002: Wireless Services Corporation to Support Inter-Carrier Text Messaging.
05-Aug-2002: Access Develops I-Appli-Based, E-Ticket System.
05-Aug-2002: DoCoMo Clings to Its American Dream.
05-Aug-2002: WorldCom Takes First Step to Recovery.
05-Aug-2002: Sharp Says in Talks with Vodafone on Camera.
04-Aug-2002: Talkline and T-Mobile Announce UMTS Contract.
03-Aug-2002: Qualcomm and AirWalk Sign CDMA License Agreement.
03-Aug-2002: Vodafone begins search for new chief executive.
03-Aug-2002: T-Mobile Launches Microsoft Windows Powered Pocket PC Phone Edition.
03-Aug-2002: WLAN Enterprise Penetration Doubles.
02-Aug-2002: Verizon Wireless Offers AOL Features and Services.
02-Aug-2002: New Palm Desktop Software 4.1 Now Available.
02-Aug-2002: Qualcomm Joins Open Mobile Alliance.
02-Aug-2002: Take My Picture, Please - and Buy My Phone.
02-Aug-2002: Verizon Wireless On Express NetworkSM For Less.
01-Aug-2002: Sierra Wireless Selected as Itronix's 3G Embedded Wireless Modem Provider.
01-Aug-2002: Taiwan's Telecom Industry Performs Well in First Half.
01-Aug-2002: Microsoft and AT&T Wireless to Unwire U.S. Corporations.
01-Aug-2002: Market Reevaluation Necessary for Wireless Infrastructure.
01-Aug-2002: China Mobile Selects Nortel Networks to expand GSM network.
31-Jul-2002: Sharp J-SH09 Video Phone unveiled.
31-Jul-2002: Nokia provides MMS network solution to Optus in Australia.
31-Jul-2002: Big Firms Get Bigger on Handset Market.
31-Jul-2002: IDC Finds Technology Mixed with Coffee Is the Recipe for Wireless Internet Access.
30-Jul-2002: Ericsson's WLAN solution selected for use by new Japanese service operator YOZAN.
30-Jul-2002: BBC Sport Academy launches SMS challenges with Flytxt.
30-Jul-2002: Hutchison European 3G faces technical hitch but on course for Oct launch - Fok.
30-Jul-2002: Hynix Enters Bluetooth Chip Market.
30-Jul-2002: Telecom Silver Lining.
30-Jul-2002: Verizon Wireless Reports Strong Customer Growth.
29-Jul-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce Pocket PC 2002 PDA.
29-Jul-2002: Nokia to further expand ONE`s existing GSM 1800 Network in Austria.
29-Jul-2002: In-Flight Digital Cell Phone Connectivity Coming Soon.
29-Jul-2002: Italy's 3G telecom players stick to plans for yr-end launch - report.
28-Jul-2002: B.A.R. and DoCoMo Strike Deal.
28-Jul-2002: The Bluetooth Blues Play On.
27-Jul-2002: Legend Launches Wireless Application Solution Package.
27-Jul-2002: Motorola Auctions Chance to Design Unique Version of new V60i Mobile Phone.
27-Jul-2002: Razors, Cameras and Soon, Disposable Cellphones.
26-Jul-2002: Sonera and Telefonica Switch Off in Germany.
25-Jul-2002: I-mode technology moves to Spain.
25-Jul-2002: Motorola Says Working on Wireless Game Products.
25-Jul-2002: Palm and IBM Enter Reseller Agreement.
25-Jul-2002: Samsung Predicts Record Breaking Year.
25-Jul-2002: Sony Introduces Entry-level Clie PEG-SL10.
24-Jul-2002: NTT DoCoMo and AT&T Wireless to Showcase 3G Service in U.S..
24-Jul-2002: Wireless Firms Could Bid for New Airwaves in 2004.
24-Jul-2002: Dutch operator launches pioneering roaming service.
23-Jul-2002: GPS MAP, a Location Service For Mobile Phones.
23-Jul-2002: Econet Awards Motorola GSM Contract in Nigeria.
23-Jul-2002: Vodafone Looks for Enterprise Growth on BlackBerry Launch.
22-Jul-2002: WorldCom Seeks Court Approval of Pact.
21-Jul-2002: Qualcomm Demos BREW Applications.
20-Jul-2002: J-Phone President Aims for Global Roaming of Sha-Mail Service.
19-Jul-2002: Ericsson Publishes 2Q Results.
19-Jul-2002: Nokia Releases 2Q Report.
19-Jul-2002: T-Mobile brand makes debut in U.S. cell market.
19-Jul-2002: Quanta Announces E-OTD Location Enabled GSM Handsets.
18-Jul-2002: Sierra Wireless and Vodafone UK Launch GPRS Modem.
18-Jul-2002: 3G Americas Demystifies GSM Voice Capacity.
18-Jul-2002: Ericsson Supports Launch of MMS Services in Turkey and Spain.
18-Jul-2002: Mitsubishi's KASUMI Encryption Technology Adopted as GSM Standard.
18-Jul-2002: Apple, Cingular & Sony Ericsson Deliver First 'Mac to Mobile' Solution.
17-Jul-2002: Vodafone Brings "Sha-mail" to Europe.
17-Jul-2002: SmarTone's "picturemail" introduced in Hong Kong.
17-Jul-2002: AT&T Wireless Offers Digital Mobile Phone Camera.
17-Jul-2002: Sharp to sell cellphones with built in camera overseas - report.
16-Jul-2002: IBM, Intel consider U.S.-wide 802.11 network.
16-Jul-2002: Japanese Firms to Offer ATM Access Via Phones.
16-Jul-2002: Motorola Offering Cheap, Customized Mobile Phones.
16-Jul-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Establish i-mode Consulting Firm in the Netherlands.
16-Jul-2002: Ericsson and Wind to work on joint development of multimedia services.
16-Jul-2002: Motorola and Creditel Enable Mobile Merchants to Process Payments Via Wireless Phones.
16-Jul-2002: Nokia commends approval of CDMA2000 1xEV-DV as 3G standard by the ITU.
15-Jul-2002: Cell Phone Number-Portability Likely on Hold.
15-Jul-2002: No 3G spectrum trading before 2006 - government.
15-Jul-2002: Eurotel selects Nokia to supply its MMS.
15-Jul-2002: Pac-Man Games to be Available on Sprint's PCS Handsets.
15-Jul-2002: TI to Offer OMAP Platform with 3GPP-Compliant BitFlash Mobile SVG Player.
15-Jul-2002: Nokia to Deliver EDGE System to Thailand's DTAC.
14-Jul-2002: Regulation Pushes Telecom Funds Further Into Storm.
14-Jul-2002: Telecom ahead in race for 3G.
13-Jul-2002: J-Phone Launches New Handsets.
13-Jul-2002: Syracus University Reports Security Problems with Zaurus.
13-Jul-2002: Sierra Wireless to Supply AT&T Wireless with the AirCard 710.
13-Jul-2002: KTF Award Lucent 3G Contract.
12-Jul-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce New "i-shot"- compatible Phones.
12-Jul-2002: Bluetooth: Off and running?.
12-Jul-2002: EU Clears Merger Between Sonera and Telia.
11-Jul-2002: Ericsson Denies Rumor of Microsoft Bid.
11-Jul-2002: KTF selects Lucent to supply 3G CDMA2000 technology.
11-Jul-2002: Motorola and The Music Solution Offer Downloadable Ring Tones for Mobile Phones.
11-Jul-2002: Verizon Selects Vindigo To Deliver Downloadable Location-Based Application.
10-Jul-2002: Cingular prepares for EDGE.
10-Jul-2002: VoiceStream and AT&T Wireless in Merger Talks-WSJ.
10-Jul-2002: Matsushita selects Nokia's software platform for future multimedia phones.
10-Jul-2002: Cable in hot pursuit of Wi-Fi mavericks.
09-Jul-2002: Nokia and IBM Collaborate on Digital Content Delivery for Mobile Devices.
09-Jul-2002: Companies Announce E-OTD Handset Integration for US Market.
09-Jul-2002: Ericsson's WLAN solution selected by leading Danish operator TDC Mobil.
09-Jul-2002: Microsoft claims Europe's largest WLAN.
09-Jul-2002: NTT-ME Develops Cordless Bluetooth Telephone.
08-Jul-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce First PHS Phone Compatible with M-stage visual.
08-Jul-2002: Ericsson signs contract for mobile platforms with Chinese TCL Mobile.
08-Jul-2002: Nokia Unveils the 3610.
07-Jul-2002: Consumers Say "Yes!" To 3g.
07-Jul-2002: Wireless Workhorse.
06-Jul-2002: Kyocera Announces Keyboard for the 7135 Smartphone.
05-Jul-2002: GSM calls even more secure thanks to new A5/3 Algorithm.
05-Jul-2002: DoCoMo Regains Top Spot for Mobile User Growth.
04-Jul-2002: Hantro Demonstrates Video Messaging Using Nokia 7650.
04-Jul-2002: Americans Eager To Climb Out Of 'Time Holes'.
03-Jul-2002: As Postal Rates Soar, Text Message Interoperability Arrives In U.S..
03-Jul-2002: Rocket Mobile Launches Suite Of Mobile Applications With Verizon Wireless.
03-Jul-2002: WAP and i-mode - what difference?.
03-Jul-2002: Cisco to provide Swisscom with broadband wireless LAN internet access.
03-Jul-2002: IFS And IBM Collaborate on Next-Generation Mobile Business Applications.
03-Jul-2002: Hutchison Whampoa confirms brand name for 3G services.
03-Jul-2002: Sprint to Delay Fast Data Launch-Audiovox.
03-Jul-2002: M1 chooses Nokia to deliver its full MMS Solution.
03-Jul-2002: 3G Americas Announces 763 Million TDMA and GSM Subscribers Worldwide.
03-Jul-2002: Pinpoint Provides Enhanced Services to Verizon Wireless.
03-Jul-2002: Jordan's Fastlink Adds to Motorola's Leadership for End-to-End GPRS Network Solutions in Middle East.
02-Jul-2002: Chinese Vendors Tap Niche for Novel Cellphones.
02-Jul-2002: PWLAN Threat to 3G in Europe Overstated.
02-Jul-2002: Motorola Launches the i95cl Java Color Handset.
01-Jul-2002: VoIP Cell Phones Wait in the Wings.
01-Jul-2002: One Compass Brings LBS to Austria.
01-Jul-2002: Wireless Web Sites Getting Useful, Not There Yet.
01-Jul-2002: Gadget Designers Try to Pry PC Users Away From Desks.
29-Jun-2002: Mountaineer Saved by the Bell.
29-Jun-2002: RIM and SFR Bring BlackBerry to France.
29-Jun-2002: Wi-Fi: Spelling Europe with an "a".
28-Jun-2002: Wireless Tooth Phone.
28-Jun-2002: Alcatel Scores Again in 3G/UMTS.
28-Jun-2002: Legend Announces 6 Mobile Handsets.
28-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo's Camera/Cell Phone Ranks Second in Sales.
27-Jun-2002: Warchalking marks the Wi-Fi 'hot spots'.
27-Jun-2002: PalmSource to Extend Palm OS Reach With Unified Support for Java.
27-Jun-2002: Qualcomm and Lucent Technologies Successfully Demonstrate UMTS Packet Data.
27-Jun-2002: For IBM and Intel, wireless sizzles.
27-Jun-2002: Nokia 7650 Color Camera-Phone starts shipping.
26-Jun-2002: S.Korea, Japan Showcase 3G Video Phone Roaming.
26-Jun-2002: Nokia and MegaFon bring GSM service to the heart of Russia.
26-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo Introduces new Service Plan for International Roaming in US.
26-Jun-2002: PluggedIn: Fed Up with DSL? Go Wireless.
26-Jun-2002: Au Group's 3G Mobile Phones Top One Million Mark in Three Months.
26-Jun-2002: Sony Release the PEG-T665C Color CLIE Handheld.
25-Jun-2002: RIM Outlines BlackBerry Plans At PC Expo.
25-Jun-2002: Qualcomm's BREW Platform Reaches Milestone.
25-Jun-2002: Nokia expands Radiolinja's GSM and 3G networks in Finland.
25-Jun-2002: HP Delivers new iPAQ and Launches Worldwide Hotspot Initiative.
25-Jun-2002: XtremeSpectrum Delivers Industry's First UWB Solution.
24-Jun-2002: Kyocera Introduces 7135 Smartphone.
24-Jun-2002: Microsoft Brings Instant Messenger to Cellphones.
24-Jun-2002: Infineon plans 3G chip packages by 2005.
23-Jun-2002: Kyocera to be Exclusive Handset Provider for Virgin Mobile USA.
22-Jun-2002: Nokia May Produce CDMA Handsets in China.
21-Jun-2002: Alcatel and Polska Telefonia Conduct UMTS Field Trial.
20-Jun-2002: KG Telecom launches 'i-mode' service in Taiwan.
20-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Launch Wireless LAN Service.
19-Jun-2002: Ericsson wins contracts for GSM expansion in China.
19-Jun-2002: mm02 to Launch MMS.
18-Jun-2002: Siemens launches CL50 and A50 mobile handsets.
18-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Launch Dual Network Service for FOMA Users.
17-Jun-2002: Interactive Video Streaming at Nokia Connection 2002.
17-Jun-2002: Microsoft to launch hotmail services for Asian mobile phone users.
17-Jun-2002: Sony Ericcson Announces New Products.
17-Jun-2002: Nokia introduces new 6610 Handset.
17-Jun-2002: Siemens offers new end-to-end solutions for downloading Java applications to mobile phones.
17-Jun-2002: Verizon Wireless Unveils Downloadable Services Nationally.
17-Jun-2002: CDG Announces 10 Million Subscribers Worldwide.
16-Jun-2002: SingTel delays third generation phone network.
16-Jun-2002: "Team Factory" Service Launched.
15-Jun-2002: Sources: Congress Seeks Delay of Wireless Auction.
15-Jun-2002: Generic Media Expands Support to Video Streaming for FOMA.
15-Jun-2002: Finland Delays on 3G.
14-Jun-2002: National Scientific launches StarSeries Mobile Platforms.
14-Jun-2002: Sony Ericsson to Show New Handsets, No 3G Phone.
14-Jun-2002: Nokia and AT&T Sign EDGE Agreement.
13-Jun-2002: Open Mobile Alliance Set to Promote Interoperabiltiy.
12-Jun-2002: Ericsson unveils CDMA2000 macro radio base station 1130 at 3G World Congress.
11-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo and KPN Mobile to Promote 3G Service in Europe.
11-Jun-2002: Nokia begins shipments of its first CDMA2000 1X handsets.
11-Jun-2002: DoCoMo Comes Third, for the First Time.
11-Jun-2002: Nokia Venture Partners Opens Korean Office.
11-Jun-2002: S. Korea Proposes Joint Telecomm Development to N, Korea.
11-Jun-2002: BREW, 1xEV-DO Best Combo for Wireless Applications.
10-Jun-2002: Palm Says to Launch Chinese OS Within a Year.
09-Jun-2002: KRNIC Launches New Wireless Internet Access Platform.
09-Jun-2002: TI's BRF6100 Offers First Sub-$4 Total Bluetooth Solution.
08-Jun-2002: Ticket seekers crash DoCoMo network.
07-Jun-2002: Ericsson confirms Infineon discussions.
07-Jun-2002: MMS Arrives in Switzerland.
07-Jun-2002: First Car with Integrated UMTS Services.
06-Jun-2002: KDDI to Start BREW Downloading Service.
06-Jun-2002: UMTS Forum and 3G Americas Form Partnership.
06-Jun-2002: KG Telecom to Launch i-mode Service in Taiwan.
06-Jun-2002: Location Based Services Gaining Momentum.
06-Jun-2002: Verizon Launches BREW Applications and Handsets.
06-Jun-2002: Ericsson announces enhanced 3G-ready Mobile-Packet Backbone Network solution.
06-Jun-2002: Sony to Develop Wireless Games with Qualcomm Software.
05-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce FOMA P2002 Phone.
05-Jun-2002: Qualcomm Anounces Release of BREW 2.0.
05-Jun-2002: Wireless UMTS/WCDMA Trial Set for Dallas.
05-Jun-2002: Gartner Predicts GPRS Will Not Live up to Expectations.
05-Jun-2002: Kids Swarm Mobile Phones to Vote on Muchmobile.
04-Jun-2002: Nokia makes MMS Announcements.
04-Jun-2002: SK Telecom exports CDMA technology to Taiwan.
04-Jun-2002: MMS to Overtake SMS Messaging by 2005 -Ericsson.
04-Jun-2002: Matsushita, NEC Plan China Venture.
04-Jun-2002: 'Mobile Video' Changing Industry Outlook.
03-Jun-2002: Nokia begins shipments of the 9290 Communicator.
03-Jun-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce Fifth Phone in Advanced 504i Series.
03-Jun-2002: Singapore says to stick to 3G rollout plans.
03-Jun-2002: Possible delay for UK's 3G network launch.
03-Jun-2002: Telus Mobility launches Canada's first national 1X wireless network.
02-Jun-2002: 3G can work - if operators know how to use it.
02-Jun-2002: EU Seeks Talks With China On Mobile Emission Standards.
01-Jun-2002: Replacement Cell Phones Key to Future Success-Study.
01-Jun-2002: Sierra Wireless and Casio Provide Wireless Solutions.
31-May-2002: Agilent Technologies to Become First WiFi ICL in Japan.
31-May-2002: South Africa offers completely free GPRS service.
31-May-2002: Telestra Mobile to Deliver BlackBerry email Solution.
31-May-2002: WAP Use On The Increase.
31-May-2002: MMS Picture Messaging Solution for Handhelds Released.
30-May-2002: Lucent Passes Milestone.
30-May-2002: Future of UMTS in Poland unclear.
29-May-2002: Swisscom Mobile launches MMS.
29-May-2002: Seamless Cellular and Wi-Fi Network Roaming Solutions Starting In Bay Area.
29-May-2002: Samsung Electronics Launches Trial Service for 3G Mobile Phones.
29-May-2002: Siemens to Offer Virtual Keybord for Mobile Devices.
29-May-2002: Handspring Introduces Treo 90 and 270.
28-May-2002: New "i-shot" Service Announced by DoCoMo.
28-May-2002: Hutchison To Be First With 3G In Australia.
28-May-2002: Next-generation wireless LANs are go in Europe.
27-May-2002: NTT DoCoMo Introduces Third Phone in Advanced 504i Series.
26-May-2002: Au Exhibits GPS Camera-Equipped Handset That Mails Map Info.
26-May-2002: T-Mobile Is the First to Take nGame's Java QuickStart Program.
25-May-2002: Sewon Selects Motorola's Innovative Convergence Platform.
25-May-2002: HP and MIT Announce Joint Effort to Advance Wireless Networking.
25-May-2002: DoCoMo Tests New Mobile Videoconferencing Platform.
24-May-2002: Orange Confirms GPRS Switch-On.
24-May-2002: J-Phone Recruits Volunteers to Monitor 3G Test Services.
24-May-2002: Microsoft and Verizon Wireless Form Groundbreaking Alliance.
24-May-2002: Getting a grip on the competition.
24-May-2002: Thera from Audiovox Now Available.
23-May-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Develop WAP 2.0-Compatible Dual Browser for FOMA Phones.
23-May-2002: Nokia and Norea Pilot Wireless Delivery of Banking Services.
23-May-2002: Tele2 AB Awarded UMTS License in Luxembourg.
23-May-2002: Verizon Wireless Announces GPS Wireless Phone.
23-May-2002: Kyocera and Tao Set New Standards for PDAs.
22-May-2002: Verizon and SK Sign International Roaming Agreement.
22-May-2002: DoCoMo Introduces New Enhanced i-mode Handsets.
22-May-2002: nGame & Mforma Announce Mobile Agreement.
22-May-2002: 3G Americas Applauds Positive Statistics Cited in the ARC Group Report on EDGE.
21-May-2002: KDDI Signs 334,000 3G Subscribers in First Month.
21-May-2002: Sprint Showcases Next-Generation Game Console at E3 Expo.
21-May-2002: Verizon Offers Flat-Rate Data Pricing.
20-May-2002: LGE Introduces Handset with Embedded Camera for cdma2000 1x EV-DO Service.
19-May-2002: Asia/Pacific Data Telecom Services Showing Improved Profitability.
18-May-2002: Motorola Launches Classic Atari Games on Mobile Phones.
18-May-2002: Latin American Wireless Summit Announced.
17-May-2002: China's telecoms giant splits into two.
17-May-2002: KDDI sees tripled profits thanks to 3G boom.
17-May-2002: AT&T Offers New Multi-Band Combo Package.
16-May-2002: Bouygues' Bid Beats 3G Deadline.
16-May-2002: Projected keyboard developed for smartphones.
16-May-2002: Nokia and Siemens to Collaborate on Mobile Software.
16-May-2002: New Service from Cingular Links Laptops and PDAs to Web.
15-May-2002: Alcatel demonstrates UMTS at SVIAZ in Moscow.
15-May-2002: Nokia successfully completes Asia's first MMS roaming and interworking over GPRS with leading Chinese operators.
15-May-2002: Ericsson enables the World's First Inter-operator Live MMS Demonstration in China.
15-May-2002: Sprint PCS to Launch Advanced Network in August.
15-May-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Introduce Online Bar Code for Paying Phone Bills at Stores.
14-May-2002: Au to Test 1xEV-DO for 2GHz 3G Mobile Phone System.
14-May-2002: TIM and RIM Announce Availability of BlackBerry in Italy.
13-May-2002: Warning issued on 3G roll-out.
13-May-2002: Handspring Releases Treo Mail.
13-May-2002: Nokia and HP Announce Joint ISQA Solution.
13-May-2002: Samsung Introduces SCH-V300 EV-DO Handset.
12-May-2002: Firm Hoping To Help The US Navy Go Wireless.
12-May-2002: Japan to Limit Mobile Phone Services During World Cup.
11-May-2002: U.S. Launches Cell Phone Safety Web Site.
10-May-2002: Hope for Wireless Developers.
10-May-2002: So, You Want to Become a Euro Telco?.
10-May-2002: Taiwan Cellular Gears Up 3G Business Deployment.
10-May-2002: 3G launch helps Japan's KDDI regain second place.
09-May-2002: Good Technology Moves into Blackberry Territory.
09-May-2002: AT&T Wireless and Sprint Complete Spectrum Exchange.
09-May-2002: Ericsson compression technology boosts 3G network capacity.
08-May-2002: NTT DoCoMo's Net Profit Plunges.
08-May-2002: Nokia Promotes Cap on WCDMA Royalty Rates.
08-May-2002: Motorola Wants Partner for Unit.
08-May-2002: Palm readying GPRS handheld?.
08-May-2002: 3G Americas Explores New GSM Offerings with Latin American Operators.
08-May-2002: Sprint Gives Wireless Broadband Another Trial Run.
07-May-2002: Leading US wireless groups foresee mergers.
07-May-2002: First Offering of RIM's BlackBerry Wireless Email in Asia Announced.
07-May-2002: Openwave and IBM Announce Joint Alliance.
06-May-2002: Nokia Announces New W-LAN Access Point.
06-May-2002: Bouygues Telecom sets date for i-Mode.
05-May-2002: It's "Merge, Buy, or Die" in Telecom.
05-May-2002: Lucent Completes Call Using UMTS Infrastructure.
05-May-2002: Target note brings mmO2 up for air.
04-May-2002: Study: Cost of Wireless Service Remains Unchanged.
04-May-2002: Mobile operators: Survival of the fittest - Commentary.
04-May-2002: Wireless Carriers Score Win in Spectrum Auction Spat.
04-May-2002: Canon, HI Develop Flash Player for Mobile Phones.
03-May-2002: Cingular Gives Youth a "shoutout".
03-May-2002: Verizon Wireless Brings High Quality Moviso Mobile Media To BREW Customers.
03-May-2002: Ericsson takeover rumors swirl in Sweden.
03-May-2002: 3GPP Approves 3G Americas as Market Representation Partner.
03-May-2002: T-Mobile Selects Nortel to Deliver UMTS Networks Across Europe.
03-May-2002: Summus' exego to be available to Verizon BREW users.
03-May-2002: TriGem establishes R&D center in Taiwan.
02-May-2002: Panasonic's Toughbook's to have RIM's OEM Radio Modems.
02-May-2002: Motorola Introduces the i90c iDen Handset.
02-May-2002: Nokia wins GSM network expansion deal from AIS of Thailand.
01-May-2002: Ericsson and China Unicom Sign CDMA Expansion Contracts.
01-May-2002: Cell phones, handhelds call for WiFi.
01-May-2002: Verizon Receives Deposit Back from FCC.
01-May-2002: RIM Enhances Blackberry Server.
01-May-2002: BenQ Unveils CDMA Handsets.
30-Apr-2002: Sprint Releases Corporate Instant Messaging Platform.
30-Apr-2002: Denmark's RTX Telecom to Use Motorola 's i.250 Platform in New Handest Designs.
30-Apr-2002: Sharp Bets $750M on New Mobile Multimedia Tech.
29-Apr-2002: Hutchison 3G Austria selects Nokia as sole supplier of its 3G core network.
29-Apr-2002: Korean Telecom Firms to Expand Market Influence in China.
28-Apr-2002: LG, Samsung, Nokia, Ericsson racing to win 3G bidding.
27-Apr-2002: What Wireless Webmasters Need To Know.
27-Apr-2002: The Sky Is Calling.
27-Apr-2002: Cellular phone war heats up.
26-Apr-2002: Nokia announces agreements With Network Operators in China and the Netherlands.
26-Apr-2002: LGE Obtains European Certificate for Its GSM-GPRS Handset.
26-Apr-2002: SK may delay 3G till 2004.
26-Apr-2002: Mergers predicted in cellular industry.
26-Apr-2002: DoCoMo Introduces V-Live Streaming Video.
26-Apr-2002: Korean Mobile phone exports grow 33 percent in Q1.
26-Apr-2002: Verizon Wireless And LG Mobile Phones Introduce Ultra-Lightweight High-Speed Data Phone.
25-Apr-2002: Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words?.
25-Apr-2002: Will Mobile Phones Make Wallets Obsolete?.
25-Apr-2002: NTT DoCoMo to License Essential Patents for W-CDMA 3G Wireless Technology.
25-Apr-2002: KDDI, Three Companies Offer Location Info Test Service Using Mobile Phones.
25-Apr-2002: Content Still King.
25-Apr-2002: Digital Bridges Launches Wireless Games With AT&T Wireless mModeSM.
24-Apr-2002: Entire Island of Maui to Get Wireless Internet.
24-Apr-2002: Samsung Launches SCH-X590 with Color Display and Embedded Camera.
24-Apr-2002: Nokia and TI Announce Development Kit for Smartphones.
24-Apr-2002: DragonBall MX1 to Port All Versions of Symbian OS.
24-Apr-2002: J-Phone to postpone 3G Launch - paper.
24-Apr-2002: Symbian Going Open Source.
24-Apr-2002: KDDI Starts Trial Payment System by Credit Card.
23-Apr-2002: Giants Control Handset Market, Says Lawsuit.
23-Apr-2002: Wireless Anywhere -- Even Miles from an Access Point?.
22-Apr-2002: Italy to Allow Trade in 3G Bandwidth.
22-Apr-2002: Vodafone begins to build 3G Dutch site.
22-Apr-2002: Nokia and IBM join forces to expedite public W- LAN roll outs.
22-Apr-2002: NEC, Others To Form Internet Access Consortium In May.
22-Apr-2002: KDDI's 3G Mobile Phone Puts Feasibility First.
21-Apr-2002: GSMA Promotes GPRS Data Services Emphasising MMS.
21-Apr-2002: Sendo Announces Applications for Z100 Smartphone.
21-Apr-2002: TI Introduces New Develpment kit for OMAP Wireless Processors.
21-Apr-2002: China May Issue More Than 5 New Mobile Licenses - Executive.
21-Apr-2002: Say goodbye to cell phone discounts.
21-Apr-2002: Multi-Media Messaging Gaining Momentum.
21-Apr-2002: T-Mobile Announces Name Changes.
19-Apr-2002: KDDI Expects To Sell 280,000 3G Handsets This Month.
19-Apr-2002: Digital Transmission of Handwritten Notes Comes of Age.
19-Apr-2002: Consumers slow to take up new GPRS technology.
18-Apr-2002: Sega forms mobile games division.
17-Apr-2002: Cisco Announces Aironet 1200 Series Wireless LAN Access Point.
17-Apr-2002: Hong Kong CSL launches Asia's first MMS.
17-Apr-2002: Brazil's Telefonica Celular launches CDMA 1X network.
17-Apr-2002: AT&T Wireless Launches mMode.
17-Apr-2002: DoCoMo to launch i-mode service in France-sources.
17-Apr-2002: DoCoMo Introduces the "F2611" Terminal.
17-Apr-2002: Start-up nears launch for Hiptop handheld.
16-Apr-2002: mm02 Selects Nortel and Nokia to Supply UMTS Network.
16-Apr-2002: Bell Labs Develops Cost Cutting 3G Chip.
16-Apr-2002: Fujitsu Develops Antenna Technology to Cut Cost of 3G Wireless System.
16-Apr-2002: RIM Brings Email Solution to Vodafone in UK.
16-Apr-2002: Survey Says 36 Pct. of Users Don't Use FOMA Features.
16-Apr-2002: Hitachi Releases SuperH Mobile Application Processor 'SH-Mobile'.
16-Apr-2002: Nokia names top Symbian applications globally.
16-Apr-2002: Ericsson supplier for Telefonia Moviles UMTS launch.
16-Apr-2002: Mergers make sense - but seem a long time coming.
16-Apr-2002: Home phones losing out to cell phones?.
15-Apr-2002: Siemens says it will use Motorola chips.
15-Apr-2002: Cmode Service Launched in Japan.
14-Apr-2002: Unprecedented Alliance Created For Breakthrough Semiconductor R&D.
13-Apr-2002: SK Telecom confronts glitches in roaming.
13-Apr-2002: WAP service for money transfers.
13-Apr-2002: Surf on the move.
13-Apr-2002: Open-source MP3 rival goes mobile.
12-Apr-2002: Motorola Conducts Live UMTS Demo in China.
12-Apr-2002: Sprint Launches LG 4NE1 Wearable Handset.
11-Apr-2002: XM Fears Interference By Wireless Gear.
11-Apr-2002: BT Cellnet signs ten-year software deal with IBM.
11-Apr-2002: European i-mode Gets Adult Content.
11-Apr-2002: BT steals a march with wireless Lan.
11-Apr-2002: DoCoMo to Boost Services, 3G as Growth Slows.
10-Apr-2002: Industry Members Collaborate on 3G Handset Functionality.
10-Apr-2002: Neomar Brings Enterprise Applications to RIM's BlackBerry 5810 Wireless Device.
10-Apr-2002: Smartphone Market Poised for Growth.
10-Apr-2002: Next-generation Web services need protection from Microsoft, rival says.
09-Apr-2002: Alcatel to launch 3G centre in KL by 2nd half.
09-Apr-2002: Comverse, BMG Ink Mobile Music Deal.
09-Apr-2002: Siemens offers m.traction Instant Messaging solution.
09-Apr-2002: 'Hotspots' Attracting Attention as Potential Savior of Mobile Broadband.
09-Apr-2002: Open Source WAP/SSL Palm Browser Beta Version Announced.
09-Apr-2002: 3G Americas Announces Growth of TDMA and GSM in the Americas.
08-Apr-2002: Java Cell Phones Undergo Improvements for Business Use.
08-Apr-2002: Sony Ericsson to set up Chinese mobile phone subsidiary.
08-Apr-2002: KPN to nearly double E-Plus market share.
08-Apr-2002: Hutchison Confirms Early Launch for Italy.
08-Apr-2002: Operators Will Save Up to $15 Billion With Header Compression.
07-Apr-2002: Motorola Seeks to Make Its Phones Easier to Use.
06-Apr-2002: The Telecom Twister Hits Europe.
06-Apr-2002: Camera phone helps J-Phone outpace rival.
06-Apr-2002: NTT Develops Chip Sets for IEEE802.11a.
05-Apr-2002: KPN scales back 3G ambitions.
05-Apr-2002: NEC To Reenter US Mobile Phone Market With 2.5G Handsets.
05-Apr-2002: Sputnik aims for free wireless Net access.
04-Apr-2002: Mobile Java in a chip along with DSP.
04-Apr-2002: NTT DoCoMo Rebuts US Claim Of Exorbitant Japan Access Fee.
03-Apr-2002: Matsushita Pins Hope on World's Thinnest Phone.
03-Apr-2002: KDDI Reveals Plans for CDMA2000 1x Cellular Phone Business.
03-Apr-2002: Telecom Sector Not Rebounding Along With Economy - Study.
03-Apr-2002: Nokia's 8390 to be offered by Fido.
03-Apr-2002: DoCoMo to Block Forged-domain Spam Mail.
03-Apr-2002: Wi-Fi: It's Fast, It's Here -- and It Works.
03-Apr-2002: Canada is first in North American with Intercarrier SMS Network.
02-Apr-2002: Cingular to Spend $945 Million to Expand.
02-Apr-2002: Verizon's Express Network Comes to 13 Additional US Markets.
02-Apr-2002: Palm Addresses Enterprise Market with new 'Smart Client'.
02-Apr-2002: Nextel Expands line Java-enabled Handsets.
01-Apr-2002: KDDI Launches CDMA2000 1x 3G Service.
01-Apr-2002: S Korea Mobile Phone Users Hit 30.3M; 64% Of Population.
30-Mar-2002: In Germany, a 3G preview.
28-Mar-2002: Sony 's New Handhelds are First With rotating Color Screens.
28-Mar-2002: Sprint Announces Second Annual PCS Developer's Conference.
28-Mar-2002: FCC to Return $2.8 Bln From Nextwave Sale.
28-Mar-2002: Sun Introduces Wireless Developer Portal.
27-Mar-2002: Brussels set to rein in charges to mobiles.
27-Mar-2002: Vodafone to revamp Vizzavi to counter i-mode threat.
27-Mar-2002: Sprint-specific Java Toolkit is Released.
26-Mar-2002: RIM announces Asian connection and its first J2ME Developer Environment.
26-Mar-2002: Vodafone does 12-country GPRS roaming.
26-Mar-2002: Motorola Introduces Java Enabled Phone with Color Display.
26-Mar-2002: Sun moves to join phones, Web service.
25-Mar-2002: Ultra Wideband: Revolutionary Wireless Technology is Born.
25-Mar-2002: Nokia Introduces Java (TM) Broker Service For Operators And Developers.
24-Mar-2002: Zaurus Linux PDA makes wireless debut at JavaOne.
24-Mar-2002: Largest Commercial Wi-Fi Network Deployed at CTIA.
23-Mar-2002: CTIA Wrap-up: New Handsets Offer Color, Speed, and Style.
22-Mar-2002: Sonera to launch UMTS services in Finland on September 26.
21-Mar-2002: Wireless Studio Provides Development Support for J2ME.
20-Mar-2002: Nortel Networks Offers First Live Demonstration of 1xEV-DO at CTIA.
20-Mar-2002: President Mikhail Gorbachev addresses CTIA.
20-Mar-2002: Audiovox Communications Enters the 1X Arena.
19-Mar-2002: Policy and Profitability themes at CTIA.
19-Mar-2002: NTT DoCoMo Constructing Pilot System for 4G Packet Wireless Communications.
19-Mar-2002: Motorola Expands TDMA Portfolio with New Motorola 120T.
18-Mar-2002: Samsung Showcases new J2ME Handsets at CTIA.
18-Mar-2002: CTIA Conference opens in Orlando.
18-Mar-2002: Nokia brings new mobile technologies to life at CTIA Wireless 2002.
17-Mar-2002: Nokia 7210 Tri-Band Java GPRS Color Handset.
16-Mar-2002: Motorola to Showcase new 2002 Handset and Accessory Portfolio at CTIA Wireless 2002.
16-Mar-2002: Alcatel Provides Live UMTS Coverage at CeBIT 2002.
16-Mar-2002: China's Mobile Data Market Expected to Boom.
15-Mar-2002: Germany's E-Plus to Add New Toshiba I-Mode Model.
14-Mar-2002: Vodafone and T-Mobile announce interoperable mobile payment platform initiative.
14-Mar-2002: Samsung close to deal with Psion's Symbian.
14-Mar-2002: Ericsson and Texas Instruments sign joint agreement on GPRS and 3G handset solutions.
14-Mar-2002: Sony Ericsson Announces Partnerships Bringing Downloadable Games to Their Handsets.
13-Mar-2002: New Mobile Video-Conferencing Platform Accepts Multiple Participants.
13-Mar-2002: Palm Unveils New Web Browser Optimized for Handhelds.
13-Mar-2002: Fujitsu Announces Global Launch of PDA - 'Pocket LOOX'.
13-Mar-2002: Samsung Shows Off Latest Handsets from CeBIT.
13-Mar-2002: Siemens M50 handset - Java over GPRS.
13-Mar-2002: 3G Americas to Represent Global Technologies in The Americas.
13-Mar-2002: Toshiba and Mitsubishi to link mobile operations.
13-Mar-2002: Deutsche Telekom Will Adopt Microsoft .NET Technologies.
13-Mar-2002: Nokia and RealNetworks Announce Comprehensive Alliance to Bring Audio and Video to Mobile Users Worldwide.
12-Mar-2002: Siemens introduces Wireless Modules.
12-Mar-2002: Ericsson demonstrates real-time charging of MMS at CeBIT.
12-Mar-2002: Nokia introduces tri-band handset with Java, color, gprs, mms, and MIDI sound.
11-Mar-2002: Japan's 3G race to heat up with KDDI launch.
11-Mar-2002: Metrowerks Ships the First Development Tools for Symbian v7.0.
10-Mar-2002: Next target for viruses: cell phones.
10-Mar-2002: Carriers eyeing wireless Internet boom.
09-Mar-2002: Sun Microsystems Sues Microsoft.
08-Mar-2002: Lucent Technologies introduces CDMA2000 base station systems.
07-Mar-2002: EU approves KPN taking control of E-Plus.
07-Mar-2002: Nokia gives awards for most innovative and useful Java(tm) applications.
07-Mar-2002: KDDI to Stop Accepting Subscribers for PDC System, Promote CdmaOne.
07-Mar-2002: KTF to launch mobile credit card service.
07-Mar-2002: Cingular Selects Nortel Networks for GSM/GPRS Upgrades.
06-Mar-2002: Nokia 8390 GPRS Handset -- Product Review.
06-Mar-2002: China Mobile to Open GPRS Network in May.
06-Mar-2002: KPN plans i-mode launch at CeBIT.
06-Mar-2002: Mobile Games Get Muscle.
05-Mar-2002: Java technology plays a big role in new Sony Ericsson handsets.
05-Mar-2002: Sprint trial may lead to double network capacity.
05-Mar-2002: Sony Ericsson unveils Six New Handsets.
05-Mar-2002: First 3G call made in southern hemisphere.
05-Mar-2002: RIM Introduces Java-Based BlackBerry Handheld.
05-Mar-2002: Supreme Court to Decide Nextwave Airwaves Dispute.
05-Mar-2002: New Palm m130 and m515 Handhelds Add Spring Color to 2002 Product Lineup.
04-Mar-2002: High demand predicted for next generation Handsets.
04-Mar-2002: UK's Hutchison 3G in content deal with Emap.
03-Mar-2002: AT&T to Offer DoCoMo's i-mode services in U.S. by Year's End.
01-Mar-2002: NTT DoCoMo lists in London and New York.
28-Feb-2002: KTF to launch mobile coupon service.
28-Feb-2002: NEC, Matsushita Comm set 3G software standards.
28-Feb-2002: IPv6 Wireless Network Experiment Begins in Kyoto.
27-Feb-2002: Adobe Offers Wireless Web Authoring.
27-Feb-2002: mmO2 brings 3G investment to a halt.
26-Feb-2002: Wireless Firms Gear Up for Mobile 'Net.
25-Feb-2002: NEC to Supply i-mode Mobile Handsets for KPN Mobile Group.
25-Feb-2002: iAnywhere Gives Linux PDAs an Enterprise Inroad.
25-Feb-2002: Sprint adds Lightsurf Instant Imaging Platform to its 3G network.
24-Feb-2002: Samsung develops color VOD GPRS handset.
24-Feb-2002: Korean Carriers Say IMT-2000 Plan on Schedule.
24-Feb-2002: Borland Unveils JBuilder MobileSet 2 for J2ME Wireless Application Development.
23-Feb-2002: Operators Cast Doubts On GPRS.
23-Feb-2002: DoCoMo Introduces 3G Videophone.
22-Feb-2002: Redmond's Mobile Push.
22-Feb-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Expand FOMA 3G Service Area Nationwide and Discount Monthly Basic Fee.
21-Feb-2002: Bluetooth(TM) Wireless Technology Enhances Applications for Mobile Telephony.
21-Feb-2002: Thomson and Alcatel demonstrate end to end multimedia delivery over mobile infrastructure.
21-Feb-2002: Fujian Mobile of China chooses Nokia's mPosition for its mobile location servic.
20-Feb-2002: New Uses Coming for Cell Phones.
20-Feb-2002: Nortel Networks to Demonstrate "Always On" Wireless Data at 3GSM.
20-Feb-2002: Fujitsu ties up with Sagem on 3G technology.
20-Feb-2002: AlphaOmega Soft Will Release Camera Server for FOMA.
20-Feb-2002: Nokia announces the 8910 with GPRS and Bluetooth Capabilities.
20-Feb-2002: Handspring and SFR to Launch TREO Communicator in France.
20-Feb-2002: Ericsson and Juniper Networks provide operators with 2.5 and 3G-ready Mobile Internet infrastructure.
19-Feb-2002: AT&T Wireless Completes UMTS Call.
19-Feb-2002: Orange rolls out high-speed mobile service.
19-Feb-2002: Symbian unveils the OS v7.0.
19-Feb-2002: Microsoft, Intel, TI in Mobile Tie-Ups.
19-Feb-2002: Siemens aims to be among the top three in Latin America.
19-Feb-2002: Philips Semiconductors produces world's first dual-mode 2.5G/3G RF reference design PCB.
19-Feb-2002: Nokia and TI to Offer Complete Open Reference Platforms for Next-generation Smart Phones.
19-Feb-2002: Motorola Makes Announcements from 3GSM World Congress.
19-Feb-2002: HP dials in Pocket PC for new handheld.
18-Feb-2002: FCC Removes Regulations on Ultra Wideband Wireless Communications Products.
18-Feb-2002: NTT DoCoMo and E-Plus Agree to Transfer of i-mode Service.
18-Feb-2002: Sierra Wireless Connects Mobile Users to Global Network.
18-Feb-2002: AOL and Motorola to Bring the AOL Instant Messenger Service to Next Generation Motorola Wireless Messaging Devices.
16-Feb-2002: Motorola Introduces its first 3G Handset -- the A820.
16-Feb-2002: GPRS to star at 3GSM Congress.
16-Feb-2002: Dentsu, NTT DoCoMo and ActiveSky to Test Image Streaming Service For Mobile Advertising.
15-Feb-2002: Motorola Unveils Global 2002 Handset and Accessory Portfolio.
14-Feb-2002: Leap of faith in an untested market.
14-Feb-2002: Intel's New Rival: Texas Instruments.
13-Feb-2002: Ericsson demonstrates Instant Messaging and Presence Server.
13-Feb-2002: Pocket PC dials up Phone Edition.
12-Feb-2002: Nokia 8270 CDMA handset for the Americas.
12-Feb-2002: Motorola introduces V70 handset.
12-Feb-2002: Bell Mobility launches next generation wireless network, devices and services.
12-Feb-2002: Belgium delays 3G services rollout.
12-Feb-2002: Siemens rules out near future mobile link-up.
12-Feb-2002: ArrayComm Launches First Mobile Broadband Wireless System at Demo 2002.
12-Feb-2002: Tantivy. and Atmel to Initiate Worldwide Proliferation of Portable Wireless Broadband.
11-Feb-2002: PrairieComm achieves world's first UMTS and GSM voice calls with single-chip baseband processor.
11-Feb-2002: Handspring Treo Communicator Available Nationwide to US Customers.
11-Feb-2002: Evolution Continues in LCDs, Speakers for Mobile Movies.
11-Feb-2002: FunMail to Unveil All New SMS and MMS Animated Messaging Systems.
09-Feb-2002: Mobile Phones Set to Top Fixed Lines at One Billion.
08-Feb-2002: NTT DoCoMo Debuts Mobile Phone from Sony Ericsson.
08-Feb-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Launch Portal Site for PDAs.
08-Feb-2002: Nokia makes world's first IP packet data call with its 3G WCDMA solution.
07-Feb-2002: DoCoMo in talks to launch i-mode in Germany.
07-Feb-2002: Deutsche Telekom begins roll-out of its UMTS network.
06-Feb-2002: NET&COM Show to Start, Featuring Mobile and Home Networking.
06-Feb-2002: Taiwan 3G auction ends, raising T$48.9bn.
06-Feb-2002: Microsoft Launches MSN Mobile Portals in Europe.
06-Feb-2002: Qualcomm Announces Advanced Position Location Capabilities for WCDMA/UMTS and GSM/GPRS Systems.
06-Feb-2002: Norway watchdog calls for Tele2 fines for UMTS delay.
06-Feb-2002: Qualcomm Announces radioOne CDMA2000 1X Multimode Chipset.
05-Feb-2002: AppForge enables Visual Basic developers to extend applications to Nokia Communicators.
05-Feb-2002: Mobile handset sales on the rise.
05-Feb-2002: Palm OS Subsidiary to Preview Palm OS 5 Beta.
05-Feb-2002: Metrowerks CodeWarrior Tools Help Developers Take Palm Applications to the Enterprise.
05-Feb-2002: Nokia in China: growing sales and investment.
04-Feb-2002: Fujitsu Siemens shoots for 'Mobility' leadership.
04-Feb-2002: Nokia 'imposing its standard on industry'.
04-Feb-2002: Samsung Unveils New Phones At 2002 Olympic Winter Game.
04-Feb-2002: Korea launches wireless LAN services.
03-Feb-2002: Deutsche Telekom's Sommer says co's UMTS services has upper hand on rivals.
03-Feb-2002: NTT DoCoMo looking for French partner.
03-Feb-2002: LG Exports the LG-510 GPRS Handset to China.
03-Feb-2002: ATT and Cingular go to EDGE together.
02-Feb-2002: Sonera introduces new GPRS service.
01-Feb-2002: Taiwan 3G bids hit US$1.3 billion.
01-Feb-2002: Yokogawa Electric Launches Software to Authorize Access from I-Mode Cell Phones.
01-Feb-2002: Is CDMA Winning The Race To 3G?.
01-Feb-2002: Motorola and Telkomsel Ink Agreement Worth $170 Million.
01-Feb-2002: MobilCom hints it may defer 3G launch to 2003.
31-Jan-2002: Geoworks throws in towel and puts GEOS up for sale.
31-Jan-2002: KTF to offer TV programs over mobile handsets.
31-Jan-2002: Microsoft Announces Mobility Partner Advisory Council.
31-Jan-2002: Telefonica puts Italian 3G group on life-support.
30-Jan-2002: New Nokia research shows consumers ready for m-marketing via mobile handsets.
30-Jan-2002: AT&T Wireless and Cingular Wireless Announce Joint Network Expansion.
30-Jan-2002: Metroworks Releases Toolset for Developing Symbian OS Mobile Handset Applications.
29-Jan-2002: Shanxi Mobile of China chooses Nokia's mPosition for its mobile location services.
29-Jan-2002: Nazomi Introduces First Universal Java Accelerator Chip for Mobile Wireless Applications.
29-Jan-2002: SK Telecom to Begin IMT-2000 Service.
29-Jan-2002: Palm i705 Handheld Debuts.
28-Jan-2002: More Users Experience Shopping Via Mobile Phones: Survey.
28-Jan-2002: Verizon Rolls Out 3G Data Network.
27-Jan-2002: Accenture, Glocom See Possibility of Success in Free Mobile Communications.
26-Jan-2002: Multi-Billion-Dollar Potential Savings in 3G Wireless Infrastructure Revealed.
25-Jan-2002: NTT DoCoMo to List on New York, London Stock Exchanges.
25-Jan-2002: Toshiba Develops Compact Fuel Cell for Mobile Devices.
25-Jan-2002: Verizon Wireless Could Launch 3G Next Week.
24-Jan-2002: Nokia 8265 introduced.
23-Jan-2002: Study Shows Mobile Phone Marketing Power.
22-Jan-2002: Kyocera to Provide High-Speed Technology to Hanaro.
22-Jan-2002: Samsung slow to push for GPRS export deal in China.
22-Jan-2002: Slovakia in 3G licence tender.
21-Jan-2002: Palm software CEO talks tough on Microsoft rivalry.
21-Jan-2002: Product Review - Samsung SPH-I300 Smart phone.
20-Jan-2002: New Modem for IMT-2000 Basestations.
19-Jan-2002: Paid Content More Successful on Mobile than on the PC.
18-Jan-2002: Elisa to deliver digital music to Nokia phones.
18-Jan-2002: DoCoMo to list shares in NY, London in March-paper.
18-Jan-2002: Motorola to re-enter Japanese handset market.
17-Jan-2002: Anti-Theft Car System That Notifies Owner Via E-Mail to Handset.
17-Jan-2002: Ericsson signs contract for 3G handset platforms with LG Electronics.
17-Jan-2002: Benq, Major Asian Handset Manufacturer, Selects Motorola's i.250 GSM/GPRS Platform.
16-Jan-2002: Alcatel back in the 3G race.
16-Jan-2002: Ericsson wins global Multimedia Messaging contract from Vodafone.
15-Jan-2002: Taiwan to launch 3G auction Wednesday without fanfare.
15-Jan-2002: Rogers Wireless launches advanced GSM/GPRS wireless services.
15-Jan-2002: Application Developers to Save 3G?.
15-Jan-2002: Hanaro Telecom to offer wireless LAN service next month.
15-Jan-2002: MMO2 set for hand-held link with Handspring.
15-Jan-2002: NTT DoCoMo to Provide Billing Information via Java-based i-mode Service.
14-Jan-2002: Mobile operators not sure how to charge for data services.
14-Jan-2002: Siemens IC Mobile presents the world's first Class 8 GPRS module.
13-Jan-2002: Plug-In to Boost Features of Mobile Terminals to be Ready in Mid-2002.
12-Jan-2002: Nokia getting into high-end phones.
11-Jan-2002: Ericsson and Samsung reach license agreement.
11-Jan-2002: MoPilot to provide 3G content for Isle of Man project.
10-Jan-2002: Samsung shows NEXiO S150 3G Tablet.
10-Jan-2002: Nokia to Launch Small Color Phone Soon - Reports.
10-Jan-2002: Qualcomm Offers Free Japanese BREW SDK for Cell Phones.
10-Jan-2002: Mobile advertising regulators join forces.
09-Jan-2002: Adobe GoLive 6.0 supports WAP, XHTML, and iMode Wireless Authoring.
09-Jan-2002: Nokia ships 3G infrastructure to U.S..
09-Jan-2002: Motorola and THQ Bring Gaming Excitement to Mobile Phones.
09-Jan-2002: J-Phone's Mobile Phones with Built-in Cameras Top 3 Million.
09-Jan-2002: Telia Mobile first to offer GPRS roaming throughout the Nordic region.
08-Jan-2002: Microsoft Smartphone 2002.
08-Jan-2002: Sprint showcases 3G at CES 2002.
08-Jan-2002: China Unicom offers CDMA services in soft launch.
08-Jan-2002: Sprint PCS to Offer Hitachi Handsets With Launch of 3G1X.
07-Jan-2002: Nokia 6340 handset to enable roaming across TDMA, GSM networks.
07-Jan-2002: Compaq, KDDI Jointly Develop System for Wireless Remote Operation.
05-Jan-2002: Picofun sees WAP gaming taking off.
05-Jan-2002: Latin America Cell Phones Grow.
04-Jan-2002: Mobile groups seek return of $3.1bn 3G payments.
04-Jan-2002: Malaysia to award 3G licenses to Telekom, DiGi, Maxis.
04-Jan-2002: Aycell selects Alcatel's GSM1800/GPRS solution in Turkey.
04-Jan-2002: Europe's first i-mode phone.
03-Jan-2002: 3G handsets shipping to North America.
02-Jan-2002: Sonera opens 3G network.
01-Jan-2002: DoCoMo looks at selling stock overseas.
01-Jan-2002: France tries again on mobile licences.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Amazon Fire Amazon Fire

Samsung Z - Tizen Samsung Z - Tizen


HTC One mini 2 HTC One mini 2

OnePlus One OnePlus One

HTC One (M8) HTC One (M8)

Samsung Gear 2 Tizen Watch Samsung Gear 2 Tizen Watch

HP VoiceTab HP VoiceTab

T200 octa-core T200 octa-core

Nokia 2520 Tablet Nokia 2520 Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Round Samsung Galaxy Round

BlackBerry Z30 BlackBerry Z30

iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C

Samsung Galaxy Mega Samsung Galaxy Mega

Sony SmartWatch 2 Sony SmartWatch 2

iOS 7 iOS 7

Jolla Jolla

BlackBerry Z10 BlackBerry Z10

Galaxy S 4 Galaxy S 4

Galaxy Note 8.0 Galaxy Note 8.0

Ubuntu on Tablets Ubuntu on Tablets

LG Optimus G Pro L-04E LG Optimus G Pro L-04E

Firefox OS Firefox OS

Sony Zperia Z Sony Zperia Z


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