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September 2011 Wireless News Archives

Welcome to the Wireless Industry News Archives section, where you will find all the latest news on the wireless industry, news on mobile phones and wireless Internet access. This news portal is updated at least twice a day, so come often and read it all.

September 2011 Wireless Industry News Archives

Sep. 30, 2011
Amazon is selling its new Kindle Fire tablet at a loss

Sep. 30, 2011
NFC, meet SNEP, the new mobile communication standard?

Sep. 29, 2011
T-Mobile joins Verizon at the defense of Samsung's patent issues

Sep. 28, 2011
Microsoft and Samsung strike a cross-licensing agreement

Sep. 28, 2011
Android phones have cornered the market on 4G technology

Sep. 28, 2011
Sprint to launch new push-to-talk service on Sunday

Sep. 28, 2011
Amazon embarks on the tablet bandwagon big time

Sep. 27, 2011
The NYMTA turns on wireless service in 4 Manhattan subway stations

Sep. 27, 2011
T-Mobile launches its new 42 Mbps HSPA+ Android smartphones

Sep. 27, 2011
Nokia Siemens Networks launches three new 4G mobile devices

Sep. 26, 2011
AT&T Mobility suffers huge network outage in Los Angeles

Sep. 26, 2011
Android continues its rise to the top, getting even more popular

Sep. 26, 2011
Verizon Wireless steps in at the defense of Samsung

Sep. 26, 2011
Samsung has sold 10 million Galaxy SII smartphones

Sep. 25, 2011
Will the White Space Protocol work with M2M apps?

Sep. 23, 2011
Rumor: the iPhone 5 could be haunted by a defect in its display

Sep. 23, 2011
Apple sued for iPhone and iPad patent infringement

Sep. 22, 2011
Best Buy to start selling Cricket mobile subscriptions

Sep. 21, 2011
It looks like the iPhone 5 will come out October 4th

Sep. 21, 2011
LTE deployments advancing faster in Europe than in the U.S.

Sep. 21, 2011
Can LightSquared fix its never ending GPS issues? Company says yes, for now

Sep. 20, 2011
Visa joins MasterCard, selects Google Wallet as well

Sep. 20, 2011
Skype security vulnerability discovered for iPhone users

Sep. 19, 2011
AT&Tís recently launched LTE network appears to be pretty fast

Sep. 19, 2011
Verizon Wireless implements its 3G network optimization policies

Sep. 19, 2011
Rumor: Google Wallet might launch today, will know more soon

Sep. 19, 2011
Samsung places all chances on its side, just in case

Sep. 18, 2011
Best Buy offering discounts on RIM's PlayBook tablet

Sep. 17, 2011
MasterCard to use Google for its mobile payment solution

Sep. 16, 2011
Is FCC's Chairman Julius Genachowski in bed with LightSquared?

Sep. 16, 2011
Wireless technology increasingly getting more complex

Sep. 16, 2011
NFC-enabled BlackBerrys can now open electronic locks and security devices

Sep. 16, 2011
SK Telecom to launch new NFC-capable SIM card in October

Sep. 15, 2011
RIM continues its downhill sales and earnings fall

Sep. 15, 2011
AT&T launches its LTE network a bit ahead of schedule

Sep. 15, 2011
LightSquared has found a solution to its numerous GPS interference issues?

Sep. 15, 2011
Android malware threats could soon increase by a factor of 60

Sep. 14, 2011
Verizon comes out with new unlimited prepaid plan

Sep. 14, 2011
NTSB asks that all truck drivers be banned from cell phone use

Sep. 14, 2011
Sybase to cooperate more with mobile app developers

Sep. 13, 2011
AT&T has filed a response to the DoJ's lawsuit

Sep. 12, 2011
LightSquared is back to the drawing table, or is it?

Sep. 12, 2011
Read the fine print carefully before you buy your next mobile app

Sep. 10, 2011
J.D. Power and Associates gives Apple a thumbs up

Sep. 9, 2011
Motorola Solutions still doing great, even in challenging times

Sep. 9, 2011
LightSquared grilled by Congress over its ongoing GPS interference issues

Sep. 9, 2011
Apple wins big in Germany, Samsung can't sell the Galaxy Tab anymore

Sep. 8, 2011
Foxconn makes 150,000 iPhone 5s everyday of the week

Sep. 8, 2011
Sprint offers more data for the same money

Sep. 8, 2011
AT&T Mobility to offer new Android smartphone Sep. 18

Sep. 8, 2011
Mobile world, now welcome the QR Code

Sep. 7, 2011
Sprint joins the DoJ in trying to stop AT&T from merging with T-Mobile

Sep. 6, 2011
The DoJ is blocking AT&T's merger with T-Mobile, let's examine some scenarios

Sep. 6, 2011
The Machine to Machine (M2M) market looks very promising

Sep. 6, 2011
The transition to LTE and 4G will be costly for wireless carriers

Sep. 5, 2011
The new Amazon Kindle looks interesting, gets positive review

Sep. 4, 2011
HP to make changes to its WebOS division

Sep. 3, 2011
AT&T cancels its controversial A-List program

Sep. 1, 2011
Shaw Communications won't build its cell network, company to go WiFi instead

Sep. 1, 2011
OpenWave sues Apple and Research In Motion on patent infringements

Sep. 1, 2011
Apple not monitoring its employees well enough?

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