Comments: 0Tuesday, May 15th 2007 - 21:24 CEST
Sometimes, mobile professionals need to access a critical file from their corporate network and there is no laptop or easy access to the Internet available. Using any browser-enabled mobile device, like a cell phone, smart phone, or PDA (such as a Palm Treo or Blackberry), mobile workers can get the files they need using the new PositivePRO 3.5 hosted/managed secure remote access service. PositivePRO 3.5 also plans to be compatible with the new Apple iPhone.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, May 15th 2007 - 21:03 CEST
Planned Parenthood Federation of America has announced a wireless service that actively connects consumers to the people and causes they care about. The service, Planned Parenthood Wireless, will provide an impressive 10% of revenues generated directly to PPFA, transforming a simple phone call into a personal act of support. Offering a wireless program that enables consumers to choose where their mobile phone dollars go without sacrificing quality service, Planned Parenthood Wireless features competitively priced individual and family plans, and popular cell phones loaded with key features. The service is handled exclusively by Working Assets, using the all-digital, nationwide Sprint network that reaches more than 250 million people.
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Comments: 0Friday, April 6th 2007 - 14:35 CEST
Cardo Systems, Inc., a leading developer, innovator and manufacturer of wireless Bluetooth devices for the consumer market, announced the release of the new scala-700LX to its ever growing product assortment of wireless headsets. The scala-700LX contains user-friendly, exclusive Cardo features that were recognized by Mobile News, Germany's most prestigious trade journal. The tiny, featherweight product has been enhanced with even more convenient new solutions for consumers.
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Comments: 0Thursday, March 29th 2007 - 09:53 CEST
Bluetrek, a ModeLabs Group brand that is rapidly expanding in the wireless accessories sector, will be present at CeBIT 2007, the world’s largest trade show for professionals working in the digital and technology fields. Bluetrek will be showcasing a large range of headsets and other Bluetooth accessories from its Fashion for Heads collection, their most innovative and alluring yet. It has built its success on the highly-acclaimed G2, the first lightweight and fashionable Bluetooth headset. Today, the collection includes innovative Bluetooth mono, stereo and car kit solutions that are sold by a number of leading retailers and operators in over 40 countries around the globe.
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Comments: 0Saturday, February 3rd 2007 - 02:06 CET
Revolabs, Inc., dedicated to enhancing enterprise collaboration and corporate productivity through innovative wireless solutions, announced the introduction of the new Revolabs Solo XLR Adapter, a universal wireless adapter for use with standard handheld microphones. The Solo XLR Adapter joins the industry's leading family of wireless solutions for enterprise meeting rooms and collaborative spaces, enabling firms to achieve superior quality audio for business purposes. When paired with the Revolabs' Solo Executive or Solo Desktop wireless microphone systems, the new Solo XLR Adapter achieves the highest degree of flexibility available today.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 26th 2007 - 00:13 CET
Kyocera Wireless, a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, announced that the Kyocera KR1 Mobile Router has been upgraded to support CDMA2000 1x Evolution Data Optimized (EV-DO) Revision A (Rev. A). Rev. A is an upgraded network technology recently launched with several CDMA wireless service providers that offers uplink and downlink speeds rivaling broadband landline connections. The award-winning KR1 Mobile Router is backward compatible with CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Release 0 (Rel. 0) networks and current KR1 users can download free firmware upgrades by visiting the Kyocera Wireless web site.
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Comments: 0Saturday, January 20th 2007 - 01:35 CET
Wireless customers in Casper and Douglas now have access to the latest high-speed business and entertainment services on their wireless phones, laptop computers and other wireless devices thanks to Verizon Wireless. The new capabilities come with the further expansion of the company’s Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) network in Wyoming, enabling both its BroadbandAccess and V Cast services. Verizon Wireless launched the services earlier this month in Cheyenne and Laramie.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 17th 2007 - 00:11 CET
Nokia, a world leader in mobile communications, today announced an extension of its relationship with Sony Ericsson, bringing Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email to two additional Sony Ericsson devices, the M600 and P990. Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email allows mobile professionals to enjoy a fully synchronized, real-time email, calendar and contacts experience on their mobile devices. The solution is available immediately.
Comments: 0Thursday, January 11th 2007 - 04:51 CET
Nokia announced the Nokia Flexi WiMAX Base Station, an innovation that will revolutionize the way broadband wireless networks will be built while minimizing operating and capital expenditures for broadband wireless operators. The introduction of the Nokia Flexi WiMAX Base Station shows Nokia's engagement in mobile WiMAX and is rooted in the company's global expertise in wireless network deployments.
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Comments: 0Thursday, January 11th 2007 - 03:35 CET
Nokia announced that Associated Carrier Group (ACG) has selected Intellisync Wireless Email from Nokia as the wireless email offering for its member carriers. Developed as a single, manageable platform for both mobile carriers and enterprises, Intellisync Wireless Email from Nokia provides network-based wireless e-mail, synchronization of data and files and integrated device management - all over-the-air. "Wireless E-mail represents an under-penetrated market for wireless carriers," said ACG President Greg Latour. "The ability to use Intellisync software from Nokia on both Palm OS and Windows Mobile 5.0 positions us well in today's marketplace."
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