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#TBT: Sprint dinged $1.3M by FCC; MetroPCS offers $5.1B for Leap … this week in 2007

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, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! FCC fines Sprint...

#TBT: Motorola basks in Razr glory; rural carriers look at 3G … 8 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! Razr team takes bow, hints at secret sauce Score...

Time Trippin’: Why did AT&T sell?; Nextel gets 10 megahertz … 10 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...

Time Trippin’: $500 iPhone!?!; WiMAX aims high … 6 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...

Ericsson’s Q1 revenues slip, profits largely due to Sony-Ericsson divestiture

SHENZHEN, China – Ericsson reported first quarter revenues of $7.6 billion, a 4% decline year-over-year from the same period last year. The company also recorded net income of $1.31 billion driven largely on the strength of the proceeds from its divestiture of its Sony...

Sony Ericsson sales down 16% year-on-year

Citing intense competition, unfavorable macroeconomic conditions and the effects of a natural disaster in Thailand, the president and CEO of Sony Ericsson Bert Nordberg justified the company's lower revenue for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2011. Sales were down 16%...

Apple names ex-Sony Ericsson exec to lead Latin America efforts

Blog and press reports have indicated that Apple has hired formerly Sony Ericsson U.S. president and head of the North America region, Anderson Teixeira, to be head of Apple's Latin America business. Indeed, Teixeira has updated his LinkedIN account, showing his new position. However,...

Sony buys Ericsson’s stake in JV for $1.46B

Sony announced that it would acquire Ericsson's 50% stake in their handset joint venture for $1.46 billion, ending a roller-coaster ride of a partnership that failed to make significant inroads into the device market despite the brand recognition of its parent companies. The venture...

India Telecom tracker – Oct. 20, 2011

US-based Qualcomm Inc will be granted an Internet service license, India's Telecom Secretary R Chandrashekhar said. This paves the way for the US company to launch broadband services in the country.

Sony Ericsson boosts 2011 Xperia™ family with new experiences and new software

Sony Ericsson | August 25, 2011 | Press Release 25 August 2011, London, UK – Sony Ericsson today announced new functionality and features to its 2011 Xperia™ smartphone range with a comprehensive software upgrade from October 2011. Consumers with 2011 Xperia™ smartphones will benefit from...

Nokia CEO says “I told you so” to Android partners

Nokia’s CEO has told Android partners they should be wary of the Google deal to buy Motorola Mobility and said the move reinforces his firm’s decision back in February to go with Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system instead. "If I happened to be someone who...

Nokia CEO says "I told you so" to Android partners

Nokia’s CEO has told Android partners they should be wary of the Google deal to buy Motorola Mobility and said the move reinforces his firm’s decision back in February to go with Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system instead. "If I happened to be someone who...

Motorola Mobility loses board member after Google bid

William R. Hambrecht, a director from Motorola Mobility’s board, has resigned for unspecified reasons just a day after Google announced its plans to take over the company. The resignation is effective immediately, leaving Motorola Mobility's Board of Directors with nine members. Reports say Hambrecht, also the...

Android press release cookie cutter

The other day, RCR sent Samsung a not asking for a statement on a story completely unrelated to the Google/Motorola merger.

Google’s bid for Motorola Mobility may face regulatory hurdles

As the dust starts to settle on news of Google’s $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility on Monday, the question now being asked is whether the deal will pass muster with regulators and be allowed to pass.On the one hand, Google has said it...

Google's bid for Motorola Mobility may face regulatory hurdles

As the dust starts to settle on news of Google’s $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility on Monday, the question now being asked is whether the deal will pass muster with regulators and be allowed to pass. On the one hand, Google has said it...

Google’s bid for Motorola Mobility may face regulatory hurdles

As the dust starts to settle on news of Google’s $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility on Monday, the question now being asked is whether the deal will pass muster with regulators and be allowed to pass. On the one hand, Google has said it...

Google’s bid for Motorola Mobility – a play for patents only?

With news on Monday that Google Inc. had made a $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility, many posited the move was a play for patents to shore up the software giant’s Android operating system, though analysts remained decidedly divided. “It would be a mistake to look...

Google's bid for Motorola Mobility – a play for patents only?

With news on Monday that Google Inc. had made a $12.5 billion bid for Motorola Mobility, many posited the move was a play for patents to shore up the software giant’s Android operating system, though analysts remained decidedly divided. “It would be a mistake to look...

Android users found in South, Southwest, iOS takes Northeast, Midwest

The top three mobile operating systems control over 90% of the OS market, making it increasingly difficult for competing platforms to gain traction, according to Jumptap's MobileStat monthly data. While Google Inc.'s (GOOG) Android OS remains in the top spot, with 38% market...

Sony Ericsson broadens Research and Development capabilities in China

Sony Ericsson | July 27, 2011 | Press Release Beijing, Wednesday 27th July 2011: Sony Ericsson today announced the opening of its global Research and Development (R&D) operation center in Beijing. The new center demonstrates Sony Ericsson’s expansion of its R&D capabilities and its commitment...

Ericsson sales decline in North America

The world's largest network equipment maker reported a mixed bag in its second quarter earnings. While L.M. Ericsson's (ERIC) net profit was up 66% to $484.2 million for the quarter, the rise in revenue and profit was weaker than expected on Wall Street. Stock...

Sony Ericsson reports second quarter 2011 results

Ericsson | July 15, 2011 | Press Release Highlights: Supply chain constraints from the Japan earthquake significantly impact Q2 results Smartphones account for more than 70 percent of total sales Android-based Xperia(TM) volume up 150 percent  year-on-year The consolidated financial summary for Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB (Sony Ericsson)...

Sony Ericsson suffers loss after Japan’s quake

BBC News | July 15, 2011 The mobile phone maker said the quake last March had caused "supply chain constraints", which meant that about 1.5m phones were not ready for sale. Read the full article here via BBC News

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