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The sputtering WiMax effort needs this deal to get the broadband network rolling.
Day 3 at the Barcelona phone show provides a rather unrevealing look at the GPS-powered Nuvifone.
Here's a breakdown of new products from three nonwireless behemoths hungry for a piece of the wireless industry.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Sony Ericsson and Samsung dazzle while Motorola pulls up lame.
Scott Moritz breaks down the very rough earnings conference call from CEO John Chambers and why the stock is under pressure.
Tech duo Gary Krakow and Scott Moritz explore the rising inventory gap between Apple's iPhone shipments and telco activations.
The tech giant's margins are still much higher than rival gadget companies, and that may be the company's saving grace down the road, says Scott Moritz.
As TheStreet.com reported earlier, Apple was heading for a disappointing earnings report. Now it's lowered guidance, which Scott Moritz says shows explosive growth has slowed.
If Apple gives cautious guidance in its earnings report Tuesday, Scott Moritz says, investor fears of a slowdown will be reaffirmed.
Despite a strong wireless business, AT&T's video effort, U-Verse, is pathetic and could set the company up for more layoffs, says Scott Moritz. AT&T needs to find a viable video plan and fast -- it's the only way to keep up with the competition.