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Worst of the Week: Will Qualcomm bankroll a BlackBerry renaissance?

BlackBerry might not be what it was, but with a little fiscal help from Qualcomm maybe it can become a bigger part of the telecom landscape. Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. There’s a lot of nutty stuff...

#TBT: Cingular, Verizon fight for No. 1; Sprint moves on cable JV … this week in 2006

Wireless industry heavyweights Cingular and Verizon battle for market’s No. 1 position, while Sprint named a leader for its cable JV … 11 years ago this week. Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to...

#TBT: Support for AT&T, T-Mobile USA deal; RIM looks for a buyer … 3 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades and enjoy the memories! Industry veteran Stanton in favor of AT&T/T-Mobile USA...

Worst of the Week: Fresh fruit for rotting vegetables

Well, few could argue that it’s been a long week (month, year, years) for BlackBerry. This one-time proud (and oddly-named) non-polar bear or hockey monument

Solavei first to offer BlackBerry Z10 in the U.S.

BlackBerry’s attempt to re-infuse the market will get some help from T-Mobile USA mobile virtual network operator partner Solavei, which said it will be the first domestic company to offer BlackBerry’s Z10 device. The company is currently offering the smartphone contract-free for $999, with...

Time Trippin’: AWS auction a windfall for gov’t?; RIM workaround … 7 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

Worst of the Week: ‘Eh’ for effort

Sometimes it’s not even worth getting out of bed in the morning. Unless someone has made breakfast for you, and that breakfast includes bacon, but that’s another story.

Time Trippin’: Merger-mania!; RIM introduces wireless e-mail … 14 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

Feature Report: LTE Device Ecosystem: The Future Brought to Life

The number of LTE devices and manufacturers is exploding. This special report explores how the transition to LTE networks is changing the device ecosystem from design to test and repair, and the factors that affect a successful LTE device launch. Spectrum fragmentation, the proliferation...

CES 2013: Breaking down the big news from CES

As has been an industry standard for some time, the new year kicked off with the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where companies in the technology space unveiled their newest gadgets,

Worst of the Week: Nothing to lose

Hello! And welcome to our Friday column, Worst of the Week. There’s a lot of nutty stuff that goes on in this industry, so this column is a chance for us at RCRWireless.com to rant and rave about whatever rubs us the wrong way....

T-Mobile USA to carry RIM’s latest Curve

With plans to unveil its BlackBerry 10 operating system and new devices later this month, Research In Motion today showed that there were still carriers interested in its current offerings. The device maker announced that T-Mobile USA will begin offering its Curve 9315 smartphone...

RIM to unveil BlackBerry 10 OS, pair of devices Jan. 30

Research In Motion said the long awaited launch of its BlackBerry 10 operating system will happen Jan. 30, at an event where it will also show off the first two smartphones running the new OS. The company noted that the event will take place “simultaneously...

Time Trippin’: Razr bigger than iPhone?!?; RIM owns e-mail market … 4 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

Analyst Angle: The Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit – Good news: Intellectual property is alive and well

By now, just about anyone who follows technology knows that on Aug. 24, nine jurors in California voted in favor of Apple with the largest patent lawsuit victory

Analyst Angle: Research In Motion – Will going with QNX prove better than Android?

For a while there (before the introduction of the iPhone), it seemed Research In Motion just about had it all. BlackBerry sales were growing worldwide and the devices were so addictive that the public called it “CrackBerry.”

Worst of the Week: Apple’s Aztek

While I have given up trying to explain Sprint Nextel, it appears that maybe, just maybe, people are getting wise to Apple’s gambit of rolling out improved devices every 12 months or so.

Worst of the Week: Byte me!

This week, AT&T Mobility joined fellow wireless behemoth Verizon Wireless in announcing plans to offer customers the “choice” to pool data resources into one plan that is shared across multiple devices.

Worst of the Week: A simple evolution

I will admit that I get little charge from mobile devices. At this point in the evolutionary timeline of devices targeting the wireless communication space, it seems that I am stuck in the time of Cro-Magnon Phone.

RCR Wireless News Time Machine: Six years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

RIM warns on Q1 loss

Following days of reports predicting job cuts, Research In Motion said it expects to report an operating loss for its first fiscal quarter ending June 2 due to continued slow sales of its core BlackBerry products. The news follows a $125 million loss posted...

CTIA 2012: T-Mobile USA sets sights on enterprise

NEW ORLEANS – Following on news earlier this week flushing out more details of its network plans, T-Mobile USA continued to hammer home the point that it wants to re-establish its position as an industry disruptor. Highlighting that cause, the carrier is looking to...

Reader Forum: Are iPhones costing companies more in telecommunications expenses? (The simple answer is yes)

In today’s marketplace, there are three main competitors for mobile phone communications in the corporate world: iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. As of late, iPhone sales have moved

Worst of the Week: Yacht of fools

Every few months, or whenever the rumor mill is running a bit thin (never!), a new report seems to surface claiming that Apple is looking to become a wireless carrier of some sort.

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