Comments: 0Friday, August 28th 2009 - 15:00 CEST
Nokia marked the next phase in the evolution of Maemo software with the new Nokia N900. Taking its cues from the world of desktop computing, the open source, Linux-based Maemo software delivers a PC-like experience on a handset-sized device. The Nokia N900 has evolved from Nokia's previous generation of Internet Tablets and broadens the choice for technology enthusiasts who appreciate the ability to multitask and browse the internet like they would on their desktop computer. Running on the new Maemo 5 software, the Nokia N900 empowers users to have dozens of application windows open and running simultaneously while taking full advantage of the cellular features, touch screen and QWERTY keyboard.
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Comments: 0Thursday, June 18th 2009 - 23:55 CEST
Cricket Communications, provider of unlimited wireless services and Samsung Mobile, a mobile phone distributor in the US, announce the availability of the Samsung MyShot II SCH-r460. The next generation of the Samsung MyShot, available to Cricket customers since April 2008, the Samsung MyShot II is a stylish flip phone that is available at an affordable price and optimized with popular features; including an MP3 music player with a microSD slot for removable memory, stereo Bluetooth, a large display, a 1.3 megapixel camera and Mobile Web.
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Comments: 0Thursday, June 18th 2009 - 17:00 CEST
Photobucket, a photo and video-sharing site, announces the availability of an innovative mobile photo service exclusively for T-Mobile that enables users to send photos directly from mobile handsets to several destinations: a Photobucket album, a PC hard drive, or an email address. "T-Mobile is pleased to be working with Photobucket to expand the offerings that help our customers stick together," said Venetia Espinoza, Director, Mobile Applications and Partner Programs, T-Mobile. "Partners play an essential role in ensuring that our customers have access to new, innovative experiences and Photobucket provides a great experience for sharing spur-of-the-moment photos with family and friends."
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 31st 2009 - 01:10 CEST
Ifbyphone announces its first BlackBerry application - conference calling and voice-broadcast messaging combined in a free download-enhancing the functionality of the popular communications devices from Research In Motion (RIM). “We are thrilled to deliver Ifbyphone for the BlackBerry, giving millions of BlackBerry users a simple and free conference and broadcasting tool,” said Irv Shapiro, CEO of Ifbyphone. “This is the first application of its kind and another example of Ifbyphone’s continued innovation in the wireless space.”
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 16th 2008 - 18:01 CEST
TiVo, creator of television services for digital video recorders, and Research In Motion (RIM) announced a partnership to bring customized TiVo services to the BlackBerry wireless platform. The new relationship brings TiVo and RIM together to develop a variety of mobile entertainment services that marry RIM's leading BlackBerry smartphones with the content delivered to consumers through the Emmy-winning TiVo service. Initially, BlackBerry smartphone users will gain the convenience of being able to discover what shows are on and schedule television recordings while away from the living room and on the go. Future collaboration between the companies will focus on software applications that further simplify mobile access to video content.
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Comments: 0Saturday, December 8th 2007 - 12:35 CET
Belkin International and Eastman Kodak Company introduced the Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter with Kodak Picture Upload Technology, to save, print, and share high-quality photos from your camera phone and stay connected with friends and family. In addition, individuals with a Premier membership at Kodak Gallery can use the Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter for automatic picture uploads and full-resolution online backup from their camera phone to the award-winning Kodak Gallery online service. According to Forrester, 93 million camera phones will be sold by 2011. With more and more people using camera phones to take pictures, people need an easier way to transfer their high-quality photos directly to their PCs.
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 29th 2007 - 10:31 CET
Displaytech, a leading supplier of liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) microdisplay, announced it is supplying product to 13 companies that are developing ultra small image projectors that can be either embedded in or attached as an accessory to personal consumer electronics. The 13 companies include well known projection optics companies and major consumer electronic companies, who sell and manufacture Cell Phones, PDAs, Digital Cameras, Stand Alone Video Projectors and Personal Media Players. The companies are located in Asia, Europe and the US.
Comments: 0Tuesday, November 6th 2007 - 21:35 CET
Sony Ericsson revealed a new addition to its Walkman mobile phone portfolio. With its super slim, stylish design, massive 2GB music storage capacity, and 3.2 megapixel camera, the Sony Ericsson W890 Walkman phone promises to hit the right notes with sophisticated music lovers and design connoisseurs alike. "Music connoisseurs who demand the latest Walkman features and fast downloads will absolutely adore the Sony Ericsson W890,” says Ben Padley, Head of Music Marketing at Sony Ericsson. “The W890 Walkman phone combines Sony Ericsson’s undeniable expertise in mobile communications and mobile music to stunning effect.”
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Comments: 0Thursday, October 18th 2007 - 20:31 CEST
Avaya and Nokia announced the next phase of their strategic collaboration with a solution that provides users of Nokia Eseries business devices with one number access and advanced enterprise telephony capabilities as they travel across private Wi-Fi and public mobile networks. With a single mobile device, workers can "handoff" phone calls at the click of a button, using dual mode communications, as they travel from inside a company building (Wi-Fi) to the outside environment (mobile) - and vice versa. This gives workers a more convenient and productive way to manage their communications, while giving organisations a more cost-effective approach to enterprise mobility.
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Comments: 0Thursday, September 27th 2007 - 10:30 CEST
Olive Software, a global leader in electronic publishing and digital archiving technologies, will showcase mobile content technology on iPhone and Blackberry handheld devices, at the Folio show in New York City from September 24-26. Olive’s mobile capabilities now provide publishers the opportunity to create new business models and an additional channel through which to deliver content to their subscribers. Users of mobile devices will be able to access the content of their favorite publications that use Olive Software to render their electronic editions.
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