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The sputtering WiMax effort needs this deal to get the broadband network rolling.
Intel Capital is putting up $2 billion under the new arrangement, sources say.
The cable giant plans a dividend, lowers executive pay as it foresees another challenging year.
Day 3 at the Barcelona phone show provides a rather unrevealing look at the GPS-powered Nuvifone.
The satellite-TV shop posts a surprising increase in users, though higher expenses cut profits.
The telco, also hurt by the housing slump, says it has seen an order slowdown.
The company is having a major outage for its users in the Americas.
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.
The Paris telecom giant posted its fourth straight earnings shortfall and cites uncertainty.