Now in its sixth annual edition (check out our lists from 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012), our FierceWireless Top Wireless Turkeys list of 2013 includes reflections on the products, strategies and plans that misfired in 2013. More so than in years past, this year's list includes corporate strategies that were either misunderstood, poorly executed or just didn't pan out.
25 November 2013 - Press Release: Broadband Manifesto champions transformative power of high-speed networks to drive socio-economic development
25 November 2013 - Communique: Serbia hosts regional preparatory meeting for ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference 2014
LG Electronics sharply refuted a report from a South Korean publication that it was considering exiting the smartphone market, dismissing it as "completely false."
ZTE plans to launch a smart watch of its own in the second quarter of next year to challenge Samsung Electronics and others, according to Lu Qianhao, ZTE's head of handset marketing strategy.
Google's Motorola Mobile unit has inked a deal with 3D printing company 3D Systems to serve as its hardware partner for Project Ara, Motorola's plan to create modular smartphones.
T-Mobile US' rumored potential bid for Verizon Wireless' 700 MHz A Block spectrum, along with upcoming auctions of other airwaves, could prove to be a boon for tower companies, according to a financial analyst.
BlackBerry continued to reconfigure its operations as it tries to revive its business under interim CEO John Chen, and announced the departure of several top executives, including those responsible for the rollout of its BlackBerry 10 platform, which has failed to reignite sales.