Sprint releases walkie-talkie cell service Video
The Sanyo Pro-200 is a great solution for Sprint customers who want to use the Nextel Direct Connect push-to-talk service.
ZDNet executive editor David Berlind talks to Cisco vice president for mobility solutions Alan Cohen about the company's latest announcement for the retail VoIP market. To read more about Berlind's take on Cisco's push-to-talk VoIP, click here.
Samsung's Z400 offers Sprint customers all the hallmarks of a Nextel push-to-talk phone.
The Motorola i885 will appeal to those who want a full-featured phone with nationwide walkie-talkie service, but those wanting a better user experience overall would do well to look elsewhere.
ZDNet's David Berlind talks to Iomega about its newly released DVD burner, which reads and writes to all DVD and CD formats.
What are the biggest challenges to keeping wireless networks secure? ZDNet's David Berlind talks with United Parcel Service Vice President Cathy Calagee, Hewlett-Packard Chief Technologist Paul Congdon and STSN Security Executive Stephen Cobb about what it takes to safeguard wireless networks today.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind talks to Visa's Vice President of innovation Pam Zuercher about a new technology from Visa and Near Field Communications that allows users to make payments using their cell phones instead of a credit card.
Google and China appear to be at peace for now, Motorola and Sprint announce the first push-to-talk Android phone for Nextel, and the Kickbee will let a baby send tweets in utero.
ZDNet's David Berlind reports on the upgraded national GSM/GPRS data network from AT&T Wireless, which boasts speeds of three times that of existing U.S. wireless networks.
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind demos a Wi-Fi radio that is designed in the shape of a rabbit. The bunny lets users communicate through any hotspot on the Internet.\r\n