CTIA Wireless 2010

CTIA Wireless 2010 News

Gemalto, Texas Instruments team-up on secure mobile financial services

During the CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas, Gemalto and Texas Instruments announced collaboration to enable Gemalto Mobile Financial Services on TI’s OMAP platform and M-Shield security technology for mobile devices. As a result, the two companies unveiled a new solution that integrates security platform for conducting mobile financial transactions. Here’s how it works (from the…

Yahoo eyes mobile for growth

Yahoo is not going to win the desktop search battle against Google, but the company may have a fighting chance in the mobile space. In an interview with Mobile Marketer, a senior executive outlined the company’s mobile ambitions, as well as the role Microsoft will play in its search plays. Calling 2009 a “breakout year,”…

Next Android update aims to tackle fragmentation

As hot as Android is now, there’s no doubt that fragmentation could become a major problem for developers and consumers. There are now four different versions of Android being sold on new phones, but Engadget is reporting that the next two iterations of Android will tackle fragmentation head on. Sources said the company will decouple…

CTIA 2010: Android, mobile data ruled the roost

The IntoMobile team spent last week destroying Las Vegas for the CTIA Wireless 2010 tradeshow. Despite having no luck at the blackjack tables, we were able to fully cover the most important conference for the U.S. mobile industry. Read beyond the jump for a thorough take on the big hits and misses from Sin City.

Samsung u820 heading to Verizon Wireless

In addition to the Galaxy S which took most of our attention, Samsung has also unveiled another device at the CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas – u820, which is heading to Verizon Wireless. The touchscreen-QWERTY-slider grabs its place in the higher end of the mid-range segment with specs that include a 3-inch WQVGA display, side-sliding…

Bluetooth accessory maker Jabra launches its developer program

GN Netcom, the company behind the Jabra Bluetooth accessory maker, launched the Jabra Mobile Developer Program at the CTIA Wireless in Las Vegas with the idea to attract developers and provide them with technology and resources needed to “create innovative, mobile hands-free, voice-enabled applications.” Right from the bat, they’ve started with 15 member companies with…

Samsung Wave gets official, HD DivX Certified

During Mobile World Congress last month, Samsung unveiled its first Bada device, the Wave. Nearly a month later, Samsung has announced the device, and it will be the world’s first mobile phone to be DivX Certified for HD video playback at 720p. While not necessarily “highly anticipated,” bada has been receivedrather well. In essence, bada…

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