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CDMA2000s Chicken-Egg Problem

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Qualcomm is shipping its next-generation CDMA2000 1X chip sets, but carriers that plan to sell handsets based on the wireless technology said most products are not ready for it.

Qualcomm ships CDMA 2000 chipset

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Qualcomm Inc. on Wednesday announced that wireless handset makers in the United States have begun receiving volume shipments of Qualcomm's third generation CDMA 2000 1x chipsets.

Palm Line to Tap TI Chip

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Planned OMAP-based wireless devices welcomed, but observers concerned about product delays.

Geekspeak: December 31, 2001

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Powerful transceiver saps batteries

Research in Motion Announces Loss, Nextel Deal

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Research in Motion Ltd., the Ontario, Canada maker of the popular BlackBerry wireless e-mail device, reported a net loss in line with company guidance for its fiscal third quarter. The company also announced a new partnership with Nextel Communications, I

Consortium Has Let Symbian Slide

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eWEEK Product Update: Groups has focused on bells and whistles at the expense of OS development.

Palm Edges Expectations

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Palm on Wednesday reported a lower-than-expected net loss for its second quarter, on higher-than-expected revenues.

Palm Infringed on Xerox Patent, Court Rules

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Judge Michael Telesca, U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York, ruled in the lawsuit originally filed by Xerox that the company's ''patent is valid and enforceable,'' and that Grafitti infringes upon it

JP Mobile Buys Wireless App Maker

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Mobile software developer JP Mobile Inc. on Thursday will announce the acquisition of Isovia Inc., a Boston-based company that specializes in wireless applications for field services personnel.

Qualcomm to Invest in Handspring

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Handheld computer maker Handspring Inc. on Wednesday announced that wireless technology company Qualcomm Inc. is buying 1,838,945 shares of Handspring common stock, an investment worth $10 million.

Motorola Plans More Layoffs

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Placing the blame on a faltering economy, Motorola this week announced that it plans to lay off 9,400 employees in the next 12 months.

Alpha, Conexant Agree To Merge

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Alpha Industries Inc. and Conexant Systems Inc. on Tuesday announced plans to merge, creating a $3 billion business that makes semiconductors for next generation wireless devices.

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