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AT&T to launch branded mobile video service

LAS VEGAS--Thanks to the demise of Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) FLO TV mobile broadcast service, AT&T (NYSE:T) will soon put an end to its AT&T Mobile TV service--the branded service the operator

AT&T acquires Qualcomm's FLO TV spectrum for $1.9 billion

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) has agreed to sell the wireless spectrum underlying its ill-fated FLO TV mobile broadcast solution to AT&T (NYSE:T) for $1.92 billion. The spectrum, in the Lower 700 MHz

Year in Review 2010: Qualcomm shuts down FLO TV as mobile TV sputters

Mobile television appeared poised for a breakthrough this summer during soccer's much-anticipated World Cup event. With the vast majority of play unfolding during weekday hours in the U.S., sports

Qualcomm launches FLO TV rebate program

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) unveiled details of its FLO TV device rebate program as it prepares to wind down the ill-fated mobile broadcast initiative in early 2011. Qualcomm will terminate FLO TV

Qualcomm's Outlier unwraps Swagg mobile gift card app

Qualcomm's (NASDAQ:QCOM) wholly owned Outlier mobile commerce subsidiary introduced Swagg, a new smartphone application enabling consumers to manage gift, loyalty and membership cards directly on

Qualcomm Ventures calls for QPrize contest entries

Qualcomm Ventures is nearing the close of its QPrize competition, promising mobile entrepreneurs in North America, Europe, China, Korea, Israel and India $750,000 in total seed funding to help their

Acer to release three tablets and 4.8-inch smartphone

Another computer maker plans to enter the tablet market. Acer, the world's second largest computer maker, said it will sell three tablets early next year, and it also announced a new 4.8-inch

Qualcomm in talks to sell FLO TV spectrum to AT&T

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) is in talks with AT&T (NYSE:T) over the potential sale of wireless spectrum the chipmaker acquired to roll out its ill-fated FLO TV mobile broadcast effort. Citing two

Qualcomm launches RaptorQ to boost digital content delivery

Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) introduced RaptorQ, a new forward-error correction solution enabling improved content delivery via real-world networks. Based on technology acquired when Qualcomm purchased

MetroPCS adds free group messaging service textPlus

Free group texting solution textPlus is now available via prepaid operator MetroPCS, heralding mobile communications technology provider GOGII's first direct carrier agreement. The textPlus service