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NTT DoCoMo keeping cool on AT&T Wireless case
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 20:41Tags News, Mobile

A press release from the Japanese operator says "DoCoMo may submit an acquisition proposal to AT&T Wireless". Comments (Comments)

Mobile data subscribers top the 100 million mark
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 20:02Tags News, GPRS

Japan and Korea led the worldwide mobile data subscribers figure past the 100 million mark in September 2003, according to EMC. Comments (Comments)

A new GSM operator in New Zealand: anytime?
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 19:54Tags News, Mobile

Since 2001 Econet Wireless is promissing a second GSM network in New Zealand. The South African group Allied Technologies now owns 50% of the Zimbabwe based operator and promisses to invest. Comments (Comments)

Rural and Regional Australia gets new high-speed wireless data service
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 18:34Tags News, Mobile

Some view this as an opportunity for more smart devices (like Pocket PC Phone Edition or Smartphones) to enter this market. Comments (Comments)

W32.Novarg.A@mm / W32/Mydoom@MM on the loose
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 11:54Tags News, Security

Computer Associates and other companies warning of new worm mass mailing malware. Comments (Comments)

GSM on target to connect billionth customer in Q1 2004
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 11:41Tags News, Mobile

Global standard captures 80% of digital mobile market in 2003. Comments (Comments)

Market growth of smartphone will spark mobile platform war
Posted on 27-Jan-2004 11:00Tags News, Mobile

According to the Zelos Group, the Mobile electronics sector will be redefined as nearly half of all mobile handsets will be based on full-feature operating systems by 2008. Comments (Comments)

Europe: over 1 million handhelds and 2 million smartphones in 4Q 2003
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 23:47Tags News, Mobile

According to the analyst firm Canalys, HP widens lead over Palm and Nokia dominates the smartphone market. Comments (Comments)

Sharing photos and video clips from mobile phones
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 23:31Tags News, 3G

Cognima and Yospace create platform to make transfer photos and video clips from mobile phone phones to a web-based media album. Comments (Comments)

Young users not planning to have 3G mobile phones soon
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 23:25Tags News, 3G

This is one of the findings of a survey conducted by ROAR, a youth project in UK. Comments (Comments)

Superscape to co-publish new 3D Evel Knievel game for mobile phones
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 21:48Tags News, Gaming

The game, which will be designed and developed using Superscape's Swerve 3D technology will run on both Java and BREW-based mobile handsets and will be launched in Q2 2004. Comments (Comments)

TeliaSonera and RealNetworks in deal to deliver multimedia content
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 21:45Tags News, Entertainment

Helix Mobile Solutions selected as the delivery platform for multimedia content for TeliaSonera's GPRS and 3G networks. Comments (Comments) first year
Posted on 26-Jan-2004 20:38Tags News, Handheld friendly sites

The web site is a guide to handheld friendly websites. Comments (Comments)

Cingular Wireless and Eastman Kodak sponsoring U.S. photo contest
Posted on 25-Jan-2004 20:27Tags News, Mobile

For every picture received, a donation will be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Comments (Comments)

Park and pay with SMS in downtown Wellington
Posted on 25-Jan-2004 18:38Tags News, Mobile

Wellington City Council is starting a six-month trial of TXT-a-Park, New Zealandís first pay-and-display parking machine system that allows Vodafone customers to pay for parking via SMS. Comments (Comments)

Clipping service reduces web traffic for mobile devices
Posted on 24-Jan-2004 08:33Tags News, Computing

A new and unique service to allow users to choose parts of web pages for display on their mobile telephone or PDA. Comments (Comments)

Pocket PC market share advancing in Europe
Posted on 24-Jan-2004 08:18Tags News, Computing

The Windows Mobile Pocket PC platforms is gaining space over its competitor Palm according to IDC. Comments (Comments)

British mobile operators annouce code of practive for content
Posted on 23-Jan-2004 22:43Tags News, Mobile

The UK mobile phone operators announced a joint code of practice for the self-regulation of new forms of content on mobile phones. Comments (Comments)

DCOMM launches its new Bluetooth headset, the Bluetrek G2
Posted on 23-Jan-2004 22:31Tags News, Bluetooth

The new Bluetooth headset offers 9 hours of talk time, only 12.5 grams, and has high-fidelity sound quality with a street price around US$80.00. Comments (Comments)

Official: AT&T Wireless for sale
Posted on 23-Jan-2004 07:36Tags News, Mobile

The company issued a press release where it explains the strategic direction traced by its board. Comments (Comments)

Alarm clock hated, but not as much as mobile phones
Posted on 22-Jan-2004 07:58Tags News, Mobile

Mobile phones passes alarm clock as Most Hated Invention, yet one we cannot live without, according to results from the annual Lemelson-MIT Invention study. Comments (Comments)

iBIZ acquires Synosphere, makers of Blue Dock
Posted on 22-Jan-2004 07:42Tags News, Computing

Synosphere is the company behind the BlueDock, a docking station that allows a Pocket PC or Palm device to be used as a primary computer platform. Comments (Comments)

palmOne focus on Smartphone market and reduces workforce
Posted on 22-Jan-2004 07:29Tags News, Palm

palmOne announced it has initiated a second phase of the integration process that began when the company acquired Handspring on October 2003. Comments (Comments)

Bluetake updates drivers for its Bluetooth products
Posted on 22-Jan-2004 07:11Tags News, Bluetooth

Users of all Bluetake Bluetooth products can find updated Widcomm drivers and other software on-line now. Comments (Comments)

Texas Instruments creates new Smartphone reference design
Posted on 21-Jan-2004 08:09Tags News, EDGE

TI expands portfolio of OMAP Reference Designs with the first EDGE smartphone chipset solution, including Bluetooth. Comments (Comments)

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