Search giant Google has reversed its US policy of selling its Nexus One handset directly to customers when it comes to the phone's European launch. The Nexus One will be sold through the retail
NTT DoCoMo grew net income 4.9% to 494.8 billion Yen (€4 billion) in the year to end-March, the firm’s fiscal 2010.
Europe's major telcos are ratcheting up the pressure on Google step by step.
Just how many app stores do we need? According to GetJar, there's 38 of them out there.
Orange Slovensko has obtained a 6-month permit to test LTE in the Banská Bystrica district starting in January 2011. This move follows permission granted earlier to O2 Slovakia to begin LTE
A UK court has barred BT from reclaiming termination fees dating back to 2007 from the country’s four largest mobile operators. The country’s Court of App
Telefonica O2 Germany has contracted Nokia Siemens Networks to
As part of a much wider internal shake-up of its marketing department, Vodafone has launched a strategic review of its mobile advertising business. The unit has attracted the attention of the
A Vodafone advert claiming that its 3G network offered the best quality of service has provoked a storm of protest from rival operator O2. The company argues that it provides a better customer
KPN unit E-Plus has withdrawn a bid in Germany's mobile spectrum auction, but may still be forced to cough up the cash if no higher offers are made. The company bid &