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Verizon is new US leader in data spending
Data usage increases $7.27 per user in 3Q06 ? IDC report
Moderati Introduces Mobile Faker Exclusively for Sprint Customers
SAN FRANCISCO----Social warriors armed with cell phones have new reason to celebrate with the introduction of Mobile Faker by Moderati, a new service available exclusively to Sprint Power Vision and Vision customers.
Apples iPhone draws criticism from rivals
Its $499 price is just one flaw cited by other cell phone manufacturers.
Surging Demand for Data Services Drive Cingular’s Impressive Gains
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Reading through AT&T/Cingular’s glowing fourth-quarter earnings report documents quite clearly that data services are becoming more essential to wireless users.
Cingular Wireless profits nearly quadruple
Profits at Cingular Wireless, the largest US wireless carrier, almost quadrupled in the fourth quarter, buoyed by particularly strong wholesale revenues and pre-paid subscriber growth.
Ringtone Downloads Pace $4.1 Billion
New report paints a rosy picture for Verizon and the mobile data spending market.
Verizon Wireless Tops US Mobile Data Revenues
There are more than 229 million U.S. wireless subscribers who are spending an average of US$6 per month on data services according to the latest IDC research. Customer spending on data services contributed a total of US$4.1 billion in revenue for 3Q06.
IDC Says Verizon Is Now the New U.S. Market Leader on Mobile Data Spending Per Customer Basis Among the National ...
FRAMINGHAM, Mass.----There are more than 229 million U.S. wireless subscribers who are spending an average of $6.00 per month on data services according to the latest IDC research. Customer spending on data services contributed a total of $4.1 billion in revenue for 3Q06.
On May 21, an estimated 14,200 soccer fans gathered at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., to watch Mexico beat the United States 3-1 in a historic rematch. It was the return of the original players from the 1997 World Cup Qualifying Games, who tied in the much-remembered match.
iPhone draws rivals criticism
Supporters, detractors go toe-to-toe on Apples pricey new device The day after Apple Inc. launched its new iPhone, Padmasree Warrior, Motorola Inc.s chief technology officer, wrote on her blog on Motorolas corporate Web site that she is a fan of Apples creativity and that she liked the cellphones new look.