Comments: 0Monday, August 27th 2007 - 20:35 CEST
Fujitsu Media Devices Limited, a manufacturer specialized in devices for mobile phone equipment, has developed the T0311QZ1950 (Band I), T0311QZ0836 (Band V), and T0312QZ1880 (Band II) - compact, high-performance transmitter modules with the world’s highest power efficiency for W-CDMA mobile phones. Fujitsu Media Devices will begin supplying successive samples of the modules from September. Fujitsu Media Devices is also planning to develop transmitter modules for Bands IV and VIII in an effort to further strengthen its product lineup. Fujitsu Media Devices is a pioneer in developing CDMA transmitter modules with built-in power amps for transmitting data to reduce the electrical connect and space requirements of RF parts in mobile phones.
Read: W-CDMA mobile phones
Comments: 0Tuesday, August 21st 2007 - 12:24 CEST
Dailymotion, the world's largest independent video sharing site, announced the availability of an iPhone-compatible version of the popular site. The new portal features a simplified graphic user interface as well as Quicktime-compatible encoding, both facilitating the viewing of Dailymotion's high-quality online video entertainment directly through the device's Safari web browser. The new site retains popular Dailymotion functionality including easy access to featured and top-rated content as well as to Dailymotion channels, recently-added videos and contributions from the MotionMaker program that identifies and rewards outstanding contributors to the Dailymotion creative community.
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Comments: 0Friday, August 10th 2007 - 10:49 CEST
LG Electronics, a worldwide technology leader in mobile communications, and YouTube, the leading online video community that allows people to discover, watch and share originally created videos, announced an agreement to provide YouTube services on its handsets, allowing users to view videos and easily upload them directly to YouTube website. For upcoming YouTube-enabled handsets, LG will apply a new user interface for easily accessing and uploading video content. LG’s YouTube-enabled handsets will be available worldwide starting at end of this year.
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Comments: 0Monday, August 6th 2007 - 16:01 CEST
Starting today, every cell phone user in the US can get a group together on a single phone call, instantly, at any time, for free. foonzMobile is the first group calling service that is available to everyone with a cell phone and costs nothing other than the minutes used for a regular call. Now anyone who wants to get friends together, talk about plans or make a decision can start a group call, instantly, without any advance planning, by sending a short text message to FOONZ (36669). The new service works with all cell phones on any carrier network.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 19th 2007 - 18:00 CEST
If you’re like most people, it’s probably happened to you more than once: You’ve driven through a neighborhood filled with beautiful homes and wondered how much they’re worth. The next time that happens, just reach for your cell phone, text message the home’s address, and within seconds you’ll receive detailed property information including estimated values, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and sales history.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 19th 2007 - 13:20 CEST
RadVision, a leading provider of video network infrastructure and developer tools for unified visual communications over IP, 3G, and emerging next-generation IMS networks, announced that ARIMA Computer Corporation, a leading OEM / ODM and integrated service provider headquartered in Taiwan, has licensed and used RadVision’s 3G-324M Toolkit and ProLab 3G-324M Testing Solution for the development of a video-enabled 3G PDA phone. Arima is using RadVision’s complete 3G Video Telephony Application to integrate the platform into Windows Mobile through the RadVision Professional Services Division. The Xda Flame PDA phone, with an NVIDIA embedded video encoding and graphics chip, is currently being marketed by O2 Asia Pacific & Middle East.
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Comments: 0Friday, July 13th 2007 - 14:07 CEST
Skype is now available on the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet, bringing Skype conversations anywhere in the world where there is an available wireless internet connection (WiFi). "Skype is the recognized leader in internet calling, with more than 196 million registered users worldwide. The Nokia N800 gives people easy access to the Internet and it's a natural step that they will want to make Skype calls away from their desktop." said Ari Virtanen, Vice President, Convergence Products, Nokia. "Consumers can now start enjoying the benefits of Skype on the Nokia N800 and experience a free and easy way to stay in touch with friends, family and business colleagues around the world."
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Comments: 0Wednesday, July 4th 2007 - 20:51 CEST
For consumers who want similar innovative mobile entertainment content such as the iPhone from Apple, but do not want to invest heavily in a new phone or change carriers, mobile gaming portal Cellufun offers games and other entertainment content, for free. Its newest game, the MobilePet myPhone, allows users to care for, play with and feed the object of their affection. As with all of the company's entertainment content, the game is available to consumers at no cost and works on all Web-enabled handsets, as well as with all carriers.
Read: Win an iPhone
Comments: 0Wednesday, July 4th 2007 - 13:00 CEST
Nokia launches a fully integrated mobile printing service in Europe. The new Nokia service enables people to order high-quality prints easily and directly from the device, over cellular or wireless LAN (WLAN) networks, and have them delivered to your home or to a friend. “Remember when you had to drag yourself to the store to have your film developed?” asks Mikko Pilkama, director, Multimedia, Nokia. “Now you can order prints directly from your Nokia Nseries device, and have them delivered to your doorstep - hassle-free!” Users of compatible Nokia Nseries multimedia computers now only need one device to capture images, edit them and order prints.
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Comments: 0Monday, July 2nd 2007 - 23:45 CEST
Glu Mobile, a global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of World Series of Poker Pro Challenge. The introduction of the new mobile game coincides with the kickoff of the official World Series of Poker Main Event this week and is through a multi-year, worldwide alliance between Glu and Harrah’s License Company, an affiliate of Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. World Series of Poker Pro Challenge offers players the first-ever opportunity to go head-to-head in a mobile poker match against digital representations of some of poker’s biggest celebrities. Players can challenge renowned stars Johnny Chan, Chris “Jesus” Ferguson, Shannon Elizabeth, Scotty Nguyen, Annie Duke and Michael Mizrachi.
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