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Verizon backs mobile Linux

It looks likes Verizon Wireless has thrown in its lot with mobile Linux – but it’s the LiMo Foundation platform, rather than Google’s Android platform, that looks like it’s got the weight of Verizon’s backing. The US operator announced last week that it’s going to be taking up the final seat on the LiMo Foundation’s […]

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Verizon Wireless, AT&T get going on LTE

More news off the back of the 700 MHz spectrum auction – licence buyers were forbidden from talking about their plans for their purchases until last week – with Verizon and AT&T have announced they’re going to use spectrum to launch LTE (long term evolution networks). “In the future, AT&T’s 700 MHz spectrum holdings will […]

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Verizon Wireless starts paying out for Vodafone

After the sale rumours that followed Vodafone last year over its stake in Verizon Wireless, it looks like the decision to hold onto 45 percent of the US operator has paid off. According to the Financial Times, Vodafone has revealed it expects to start receiving dividends from its share in Verizon Wireless again from next […]

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Mobile video firm Viva Vision picks up $2 million

Mobile entertainment applications and content provider Viva Vision has received a $2 million capital injection from Medical Capital Corporation, which the company says it will use “to scale its business, support its growing user base, and further grow distribution”. Last year Viva Vision introduced a mobile slideshows business line, with content both produced by in-house […]