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The US International Trade Commission has tossed out a Motorola Mobility patent claim that threatened to block the import of some Apple iPhone models.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says both businesses and consumers will pay up for mobility---especially the iPhone 5.
Google's newly acquired phone making unit is to sue Apple (again) for patent infringement. Another ruling is expected this week: is the tide turning on Apple?
Motorola Mobility has been attempting to bust the perception Android isn't ready for the corporate world.
Motorola Mobility CEO Sanjay Jha says his company is already seeing a slowdown in sales ahead of Verizon's launch of the iPhone.
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Motorola Mobility made its earnings debut with solid fourth quarter results, but projected a loss for the first quarter.
Amid the hubbub over Verizon's iPhone and the war with AT&T one of the biggest winners not named Apple may be Motorola Mobility.
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As the industry gushes over a Verizon iPhone, competitors like Motorola Mobility should see this as an opportunity
Verizon Wireless will finally get Apple's iPhone on Tuesday and the network and sales machine appears to be ready to roll, but the launch is only the beginning. The fallout will take quarters to play out for the likes of Motorola Mobility, AT&T and others.
Motorola Mobility chief Sanjay Jha outlined the company's strategy on patent protection, tablets and 4G, but also strongly hinted that the first quarter arrival of Apple's iPhone at Verizon Wireless could hurt the first quarter.
2008 was a great year for enterprise mobility, with plenty of new technologies and gadgets to keep us mobile workers happier than ever. This year I'm particularly thankful for:-- Apple iPhone 3G for giving us the best mobile Web browsing experience possible on 3.
At Web 2.0 AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph De La Vega announced that AT&T is working with Apple to officially release iPhone tethering "soon.
At the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) this week in Taipei the company claimed that the iPhone is not capable of receiving the "full Internet."Intel vice president of mobility Shane Wall teamed with colleague Pankaj Kedia, the chipmaker's ultra-mobility ecosystems director, in lambasting the iPhone as a device dependent on technology that's a full two to three years behind that which Intel can offer.
While checking out my RSS feeds I saw a photo in a Mobility Site post that I thought for sure was some kind of photoshopped fake device because it seems like a wide and squat Motorola Q when you take a quick look at the photo. I then went back and visited the site and followed the link to find the Motorola VC6096 is a real Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional (touch screen) device. This is one of those Windows Mobile enterprise solutions with a focus on transportation and logistics, much like those bar code scanning Windows Mobile devices you see at the Apple Store when you buy an iPhone or iPod.
For mobility, in a year where the Apple iPhone gained the lion's share of attention (despite Symbian's dominance), Sybase is driving toward the "unwired enterprise" to bring the analytics world together with the mobile tier and handheld delivery world. "The more devices and the more operating systems ... the better Sybase will be," said Chen.
Is the iPhone going to rule enterprise mobility? Consider this: a recent Goldman Sachs survey of its IT executives showed that 17 percent expect to support the iPhone 3G in the next year.
Is Apple going to ease up on iPhone jailbreakers? Based on what COO said yesterday, kind of sounds like it
In remarks at an investment conference yesterday, Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook said that because the demand for hacked iPhones exists, there would always be a level of hacking.That type of hacking could be taken to be the type of jailbreaking that when performed successfully, can "free" iPhone from its tethers to geographically exclusive carriers such as AT&T Mobility in the U.
There seems to be some confusion, and some confliction (hey, if Colbert can invent words, so can I) about whether or not upgrading to a 16 GB iPhone while in the middle of your current AT&T Mobility iPhone contract will require that you sign a new two-year dealie.The website iPhone Atlas reports that one of their readers said this is the case.
Apple is now pushing the iPhone for business customers.Two-year AT&T Mobility contract, voice and data, $45 a month for unlimited data, visual voice mail and 200 SMS.
It's just been revealed that in an effort to cut back on the number of iPhones bought for the express purposes of reselling them or unlocking them from their AT&T Mobility shackles, Apple is limiting sales of iPhone to two per customer and not accepting cash for them at Apple's retail stores.The old policy was five iPhones per person, but apparently, that proved too tempting for hackers.
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