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Wednesday, January 10th 2007 - 00:38 CET
Danger, Inc. announced the availability of its mobile Internet service in Australia with the launch of the Telstra hiptop2. Danger's entry into this market is another milestone for the company, building on the widespread popularity of Danger-powered devices, like the hiptop, that are sold in North America and Europe. The Telstra hiptop2 will be offered with unlimited data pricing for Australian consumers. Telstra is the market leader in Australia with over 8 million mobile subscribers, making the company a significant new partner for Danger.
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Wednesday, 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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Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 03:52 CET
SunCom Wireless and Danger, Inc. have introduced the SunCom hiptop3, a full-featured mobile phone and mobile Internet device offering Danger's award-winning software and services. Available at all SunCom stores and online, the hiptop3 is loaded with an entire suite of mobile Internet applications, including an HTML Web browser, instant messaging and push e-mail Ð which automatically transfers new e-mail to the device.
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Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 03:50 CET
Danger, Inc. 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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Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 02:35 CET
Danger, a mobile Internet software and services company, announced it has joined the MSN Mobile Developer Program, which provides broad support for independent software vendors and other developers to build innovative solutions on the MSN network of Internet services. These resources will allow Danger to extend services such as MSN Messenger to its mobile consumers through Danger's mobile Internet platform.
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Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 02:34 CET
Danger, Inc. a mobile Internet software and services company, announced that Sharp Corporation has made a strategic investment in the company. Danger will use the funding as part of its ongoing growth efforts. Sharp has worked with Danger as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) since 2004. As a result of the partnership between the two companies, Sharp develops devices that are supported by Danger's mobile Internet service. Danger has created a client/server platform that enables an "always-on" connection, continuously synchronizing, backing-up and managing the secure transmission of data between the network and the device.




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