The wireless industry is looking at new ways to deliver mobile video services and charging consumers as it tries to boost usage without overloading networks, a top Verizon Wireless technology executive said.
T-Mobile is offering a calling service for iPhone and iPad users, even though it doesn't sell those devices.
The operator is expanding its free voice-over-IP service, called Bobsled, to iPhones, iPads and Android phones. Users with the app can make calls to mobile or landline phones in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico without incurring charges. Users can make the calls over cellular data networks, which typically charge for the data usage, or over Wi-Fi, which could be free.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski made another push for spectrum reform at CES today.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission made his annual appearance here at the Consumer Electronics Show this afternoon, and his message was a familiar one—more spectrum, please. He also touched on the AT&T, T-Mobile merger (sort of) and net neutrality.
Designed to simplify the integration of legacy voice communications systems with an IP infrastructure, the Vega 5000 provides companies with a cost-effective option for leveraging new IP-based technologies within their existing infrastructure.
On Thursday, Google launched Android Design, a web site created specifically to help aid developers in the creation of applications for ICS. The site offers a comprehensive visual to third-party application developers, giving suggestions on everything from how to implement different visual elements to overall back-end patterns for the OS itself.
Many Android enthusiasts support the idea of "stock Android." The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, for example, is the first device running a clean version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This means the handset maker and the network operator kept their mitts off of it and let it ship intact with the Android experience that Google intended.
The SIP School leverages OnSIP to provision free SIP addresses for all students New York (PRWEB) January 09, 2012 As the provider of the global standard in SIP training and certification, The SIP School has taught...
In 2012, a “turbo” button will appear on mobile phones, making it the first of many new options that allow customers to customize their data plans by quality of connection, rather than megabytes consumed.