AT&T says it’s taking a long, hard look at letting Android-powered devices connect to its network.
With the iPhone’s newly announced enterprise features generating considerable buzz, some analysts have softened their skepticism about its potential as a corporate device, Network World reports.
A spokesperson for Comcast confirmed the company had paid some people to stand in line and act as placeholders for Comcast employees who wanted to attend Monday's FCC hearing on its traffic management practices, Network World reports.
The first mobile phone to use Google’s open-source Android platform may make its debut at next week’s Mobile World Congress trade show in Spain.
Now that AT&T will offer iPhone data plans for business users, Network World re-exams what the mobile device can and can't provide enterprise users.
Network service provider Akamai will provide the content-delivery servers to Starbucks that will help speed up the Wi-Fi iTunes Music Stores available in some outlets.
In a demonstration at this year's DEMOfall07, British VoIP provider Truphone showed conventioneers how to use the iPhone's built-in Wi-Fi capability to make calls over Truphone's VoIP network.
Articles by Brad Reed