Comments: 0Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 01:20 CET
Nokia announced that it has reached an agreement with Microsoft to integrate Live Search capabilities into its Mobile Search platform, thus enabling consumers access to Live Search directly from their Nokia Nseries multimedia computers and other compatible Nokia S60 devices. Live Search will provide advanced web search results in 14 languages to enable on-the-go access to the information and content consumers want most.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 00:59 CET
Discovery Communications and Nokia announced a global collaboration that will deliver to consumers Discovery's high quality, knowledge-based content pre-loaded onto Nokia's newest and most sophisticated mobile devices and wireless personal devices. In the first phase the co-operation will give consumers access to a Discovery-produced "Best of Discovery" montage clip on the Nokia N92 mobile device and Nokia 770 Internet Tablet. Additionally, Discovery's content will be demonstrated on Nokia's devices in many trade shows. The Discovery-branded clip will include inspiring and engaging video of nature shots such as landscapes, animals and sunrises as well as city scenes.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 00:49 CET
BAE Systems, the premier trans-Atlantic defense and aerospace company, has selected Nokia to build its GSM/EDGE network to support operations at its Merrimack, N.H., facilities. Under the contract, Nokia will supply a GSM/GPRS/EDGE network of equipment and services, including a mobile softswitch solution (MSC Server System), a packet core network solution, radio network equipment, and the Nokia NetAct network and service management system in a self-contained, deployable unit configuration. Contract terms also include deployment, training and an extensive set of care services.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 00:48 CET
ATI Technologies Inc. and Nokia today announced a long-term strategic relationship to bring enhanced mobile multimedia experiences to Nokia customers. As leaders in their respective industries, ATI and Nokia are now working closely together to drive high quality multimedia experiences such as music playback, 3D gaming, mobile TV, video and more for Nokia mobile device users worldwide.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 00:37 CET
Danger announces that T-Mobile USA, Inc. will introduce the T-Mobile Sidekick 3, the latest device to feature Danger's award-winning software. In addition to being a full-featured mobile phone and digital organizer, the T-Mobile Sidekick 3 provides an entire suite of mobile Internet applications, including HTML Web browser, push e-mail and instant messaging. And now for the first time, users will be able to make calls with Bluetooth-enabled headsets, enjoy faster access speeds with EDGE connectivity and listen to MP3 music files. All of this is packaged in a fully redesigned device that is sleeker and smaller than the previous version and includes Danger's latest software, version 3.0.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 02:55 CET
In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Qwest and Sanyo announced that they have extended support to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation through the proceeds from sales of Qwest Communications International Inc. The program, which began in June and was to end October 31, has been extended through December 31, 2006, and now includes three pink phones. Ten percent of all retail sales of the pink phones through December 31 will be donated to the Komen Foundation with an extended maximum donation of $150,000. Three pink phones by Qwest and Sanyo are now available at all 100 Qwest retail locations in Qwest’s 14-state service area. In addition to Qwest retail locations, the new phones will be sold through Qwest’s call centers and
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 00:00 CET
As part of the collaboration, future HP broadband wireless notebooks will integrate Vodafone’s global 3G and 3G broadband (HSDPA) high-speed service. This will enable customers to enjoy more secure wireless access to email, the Internet and critical business data while living, working or traveling throughout major Vodafone markets including Western Europe and the Pacific region. “More and more business professionals around the world are looking to improve productivity by staying more connected while on the move with high-speed wireless networks,” said Eric Cador, senior vice president, Personal Systems Group – Europe, Middle East and Africa, HP.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 09:24 CET
Surrounded by smiling second- and third-graders, legendary actor James Earl Jones spread a little holiday joy and shared his love of reading with children at the newly re-opened Gorenflo Elementary School Tuesday (Dec. 19). The school was heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina last year. A group of 40 students listened and dozens of parents and teachers looked on as Jones, who is a Mississippi native, and the children took turns reading aloud a popular book for children, "Clifford's Family." The reading was part of Verizon's Seasons' Readings, the company's annual employee-giving campaign that, this year, is aimed at children in the Gulf Coast region.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 09:07 CET
Many underprivileged children will have a brighter holiday this year through Verizon Business' online gift-collection effort to provide toys for the U.S. Marine Corps' Marine Toys for Tots program. Verizon Business employees based in the United States participated in a company-sponsored Virtual Toy Drive via the Internet. They made cash contributions, which were matched dollar for dollar by the company, and they also donated toys at company locations around the country. The average cash contribution from each participant was $45; the total has already surpassed last year's total of $50,000.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 03:56 CET
Sony Ericsson today announced it has reached agreement in principle for acquiring the Swedish software company UIQ Technology AB, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Symbian Ltd. UIQ Technology, which uses Symbian OS, licenses the UIQ user interface and application development platform to mobile phone vendors worldwide. Sony Ericsson is already a licensee of UIQ Technology, and has been working closely with the company on UIQ version 3.0, which is included in Sony Ericsson’s P990 smartphone, M600 messaging phone and W950 Walkman phone.
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