However, the largest cell phone makers, such as Nokia and Motorola, have balked at publicly supporting Microsoft's efforts. All five of the world's top cell phone makers--Nokia, Motorola, Ericsson, Samsung and Siemens--are planning to make phones using a rival operating system called Symbian. Samsung is the lone licensee of Microsoft's Smartphone software among the top five handset makers. AT&T Wireless sells a Siemens Pocket PC Phone edition device for $550. The company's long-awaited Smartphone 2002 software is complete, with the first phones using it slated to debut in Europe later this month.
Wireless carrier Orange plans to sell the device in the United Kingdom for 179 pounds ($277), including a digital camera add-on, The phone, known as SPV (Sound, Pictures, Video), is built by Taiwan-based High Tech Computer (HTC), the contract manufacturer for Hewlett-Packard's original iPaq handheld device as well as British wireless carrier mm02's XDA handheld, "Orange is really setting the bar for a mass-market smart iphone xs / x karat petals - ditsy flowers - purple phone," said Microsoft Product Manager Ed Suwanjindar, Orange had announced plans to launch such a device..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. The broadband business did reasonably well in the third quarter, with revenue up 8.2 percent on a pro forma basis to $2.5 billion. Revenue growth was mainly driven by advanced services such as high-speed data and digital video. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for that business was $569 million, or $676 million excluding Comcast-related merger costs. The company maintained its previously issued outlook for full-year revenue growth in the low double digits and for 2002 EBITDA of between $2.4 billion and $2.5 billion.
AT&T expects to complete its spinoff of AT&T Broadband and that division's merger with Comcast this quarter, After the merger, AT&T's main business will consist of its phone and data services, The phone and data business did not do as well, Revenue for the business division slipped 1.6 percent iphone xs / x karat petals - ditsy flowers - purple from a year ago to $6.7 billion, while the consumer business plunged 25.9 percent to $2.8 billion, The company pointed to increased competition and to a growing trend of consumers replacing their regular phone service with wireless and Internet services for the decline in the consumer business..
The company on Tuesday reported revenue of $12 billion, down 8.3 percent from a year ago. Net income for the quarter was $207 million, or 5 cents per share, for the three months ended Sept. 30. Excluding one-time events, the company posted a net profit of 6 cents per share, a penny higher than analysts were expecting, according to a survey conducted by First Call. The company's financial results underwent a number of adjustments, most related to Excite@Home, the high-speed cable Internet company that went bankrupt in 2001, sparking a major legal battle.