Motorola Merge

In an effort to simplify the process of developing software for its products, Motorola has decided to merge its three application development networks into a single organization.

Nokia R/GA

In an effort to further capitalize on the launch of the N93 multimedia cell phone, Nokia’s interactive agency, R/GA, has created a virtual studio application to let users distribute video content with the phone’s built in camcorder.=

T-Mobile Bans

T-Mobile prohibits the use of VoIP services on its mobile phone networks.

City VoIP

Utah’s Missoula city government recently decided to completely trash its current phone program; replacing it with a VoIP system.

Verizon Drops

For all the positive conjecture about Internet telephony, the Web-based service may well incite something close to an identity crisis for Verizon Communications and chief executive, Ivan Seidenberg.

Skype Camino

Skype, eBay’s VoIP prodigy, has announced the acquisition of Sonorit Holding AS, which owns smaller US-based VoIP rival, Camino Networks Inc.

Daum Lycos

South Korea’s Daum Communications Corp., announced the launch of Internet-based telephony services through Lycos Inc.

Sprint Grows

This week’s National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) convention, in Atlanta, will give Sprint and its four cable partners a chance to show the significant progress they are making on the key …