Nokia has agreed to buy out Siemens’ 50 percent stake in their joint venture, in an effort to boost its cash reserves and turn Nokia’s struggling business around.
Guest Post Nine patent filings reveal some of the ways in which telecommunications and computing companies might facilitate law-enforcement eavesdropping.
OpenStack system integrator Mirantis has raised an additional $10 million in strategic investment to accelerate development for its Fuel product.
Microsoft confirmed today that it has agreed to sell its MediaRoom IPTV unit to Ericsson, following rumors about the deal a few weeks ago.
Microsoft has pushed hard in recent years to become a fixture in the American living room — most notably via the XBox 360. A lesser-known part of its living-room play is its MediaRoom IPTV unit, which has been adopted by the likes of AT&T and Deutsche Telekom.
Venture for smartphone chips took a beating when Nokia and Sony Ericsson started sinking.
One way of getting a handle on the mobile industry’s trends is to look at how the floor space at Mobile World Congress gets divided up.
Telecommunications giant Ericson has released a massive report on the state of the mobile world. And clearly, unless you live in the almost-fully-penetrated European and North American markets, everything is up and to the right.
Editor's Pick Mindbloom launched its Bloom iPhone application today to help us remember the important parts of life in the midst of all these check-in, food finding, and picture taking apps.
Ericsson, a company providing technology to the world’s mobile operators, predicts mobile data subscriptions will hit five billion in 2016, 10 times larger than the current figure.
Sony is moving forward with its long-rumored plans to buy out Ericsson from its joint mobile venture in a bid to wrangle control of its future smartphones.
Sony Ericsson, the decade-long joint venture between electronics giant Sony and Swedish telecom company Ericsson, may soon be no more. Sony is reportedly in talks to buy out Ericsson’s share in the venture, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and Reuters.
Bankrupt telecom company Nortel Networks announced on Friday that it had sold its juggernaut patent portfolio to a consortium made up of the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and RIM for a hefty sum of $4.5 billion cash.