NEW YORK (Reuters) – Texas Instruments (TXN.O: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) expects revenue growth to resume in the second quarter, signaling an end to the inventory correction that dogged the chip maker last year.
The prospect of a return to growth took the sting from TI’s warning on Thursday that it would miss its first-quarter financial targets due to weak demand for its wireless chips.
ditto for #VerizonWireless, existing tablet data plans apply to the New iPad though no info yet on how it will charge for hotspot
False alarm. #AT&T came back to say its service plans for new #iPad are the same as for the iPad 2
AT&T declines comment on its “new iPad” services fees. Pre-orders start today so must be frustrating for prospective buyers
#Qualcomm retiring founder Irwin Jacobs reminisces: “Even though we expected good things what’s happened since has been amazing”
SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc is betting a 4G-equipped iPad will tempt more U.S. consumers to pay extra to watch high-quality video on the go, and in turn, give Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc a revenue boost.
Until now, Apple’s fan legion has been reluctant to shell out extra money even for iPads with 3G connections. The cheaper Wi-Fi-only model — with more limited Web access — is by far the top-selling one today.
NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) – United Airlines battled service problems including flight delays, faulty kiosks and jammed phone lines this weekend as it worked through technical glitches during its combination of the United and Continental Airlines reservation systems.
The airline on Saturday adopted the reservation platform of the former Continental Airlines after the companies merged to form the world’s largest carrier, now known as United Airlines. It is owned by United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL.N: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz).
NEW YORK, March 2 (Reuters) – Big fans of services
like mobile video streaming may switch to Sprint Nextel Corp
after AT&T Inc’s move to impose usage caps on its
unlimited data customers, but analysts do not expect a mass
AT&T announced a new policy on Thursday limiting high-speed
wireless data usage for its 17 million customers who still
subscribe to unlimited data plans. The move angered some
customers who think they should be entitled to unlimited usage
if they signed up for an unlimited plan.