WCDMA x CDMA 2000?
Posted on 20-Feb-2003 21:04 News, Mobile
Has the last year's downturn for the wireless industry and delays in 3G fundamentally changed the operator's options for 3G evolution? In a new report "Operator Options for 3G Evolution" leading wireless advisor Northstream gives an independent view on the hot topic of operators' choice between the two rivalling technologies WCDMA and CDMA2000. (Comments)
Siemens’ SX1 changes the face of mobile phones
Posted on 20-Feb-2003 17:00 News, Mobile
Siemens mobile launched its next generation mobile phone, the SX1, at the 3GSM World Congress 2003 in Cannes. A unique keypad arrangement, outstanding design and the world’s most powerful suite of features and applications for its size set the SX1 apart from other handsets - perfect for the most demanding mobile phone consumers. (Comments)
Hacking the Philips streamium?
Posted on 19-Feb-2003 20:02 News, News
Well, coincidences are funny things... Just yesterday I read on Slashdot an article about hacking the Philips Streamium. And today I read that a NZ telco provider is giving away 10 Philips Streamium in a prize draw for new users users of its xDSL product. (Comments)
Phone Blogging is on now!
Posted on 18-Feb-2003 20:17 News, Mobile
Blogs took the internet by storm. Everyone wants to tell us a story, what happened to their lives. Now a company offers the possibility of adding up-to-the-minute pictures to blogs! (Comments)
British Airways in-flight Wi-fi
Posted on 18-Feb-2003 10:24 News, Wi-Fi
Beginning February 18, 2003 British Airways will conduct a 90-day demonstration of in-flight Wi-Fi between London’s Heathrow Airport and New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport. (Comments)
First Sony Ericsson 3G handset launched
Posted on 18-Feb-2003 07:28 News, 3G
Swedish-Japanese mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson launched its first 3G mobile phone on Monday and said it aims to return to profit this year by boosting market share as handset prices could fall more than 10 percent.