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Symbian welcomed the availability of Nokia's N72, a sleek addition to Nokia's N series range of phones with high-performance multimedia functionality at its core. The Nokia N72, based on Symbian OS v.8.1 and S60 software, has started shipments to key markets worldwide, including the Mi...
FJZone.org announced the launch of the 'No AJAX Homepage', a humorous and friendly take on the great many complex commercial home page services available on the Internet today. Dubbed the 'No AJAX Homepage', this page aims to become a daily morning stop for much needed office laughs.
Tira Wireless has extended its support for Qualcomm BREW. With the latest release of the Tira Jump Product Suite, Tira is providing content developers and publishers with an end-to-end solution to provide quality assurance services and efficiently adapt and manage BREW mobile applicati...
SavaJe Technologies announced the SavaJe Mobile Java Experience Partner Program that is designed to help mobile application developers accelerate the deployment of compelling Java applications for mobile devices worldwide. The SavaJe Mobile Java Experience Partner Program provides thir...
TeleCommunication Systems(TCS)announced the availability of Rand McNally Traffic, a downloadable Java application for BlackBerry devices from Research In Motion. Compiled from multiple sources, Rand McNally Traffic reports road closures, accidents, congestion areas, adverse weather con...
Sybase announced support for the new Motorola Q. The Motorola Q combined with Sybase iAnywhere mobile technologies gives users greater control of their applications and enables companies to effectively manage and move critical data and content from the data center to the front lines o...
In a move expected to invigorate Japan's mobile Internet market, KDDI Corporation has announced an agreement with Google Inc. to incorporate Google's search engine into KDDI's EZ Web Internet service for mobile phones, beginning in July of this year.
In a concerted attempt to help shorten the development times of new smartphones, Microsoft and QUALCOMM have begun testing and integrating Windows Mobile on QUALCOMM's Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chipsets.
Having employees constantly connected to one's enterprise is vital to many companies. This is one of the reasons Research in Motion's BlackBerry has mustered a massive following (over three million users at the time of this article's writing) in recent years. BlackBerry addiction has b...
It could be argued the mobile web is right here right now due to the powerful smart mobile devices that we are now using. These re-render existing sites, and the power of 3G makes mobile browsing not only fun, but practical.
'Our customers are eager for ways to extend their on-demand applications to the mobile workforce, and developers need a painless way to address this major opportunity,' said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, salesforce.com, as he today announced the acquisition of Sendia Corporation for ...
Zi Corporation announced that its eZiText predictive text software will be integrated into Trolltech's Qtopia application platform. The integration of the two technologies will enhance the power of today's mobile user interface and address the needs of the rapidly growing international...
Google and Earthlink have won a contract from the City of San Francisco to provide wireless service to the entire city, a task that may be completed as soon as the end of this year. San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, reportedly close friends with Google founders Brin and Page, was a lar...
TI has announced its next generation BlueLink 6.0 platform, which combines Bluetooth wireless technology with high fidelity FM stereo and mono performance on a single chip. The BlueLink 6.0 platform provides complete hardware and software support, enabling ease of design and speeding t...
Symbian welcomed the availability of Nokia's Symbian OS-based Nokia 9300, the first business device on a US operator network with BlackBerry Connect. The Nokia 9300 is now available in the U.S. through Cingular Wireless and features the popular BlackBerry wireless services via the Blac...
I'm the 'tech chair' of SYS-CON's 10th annual SOA and WebServices conference that will take place on June 5-6 in New York City. Last week I've invited Joel Spolsky to make a keynote speech at this event. Guess what, Joel has accepted my invitation! If you have a chance to attend this t...
Metalink, a provider of wireless and wireline broadband communication silicon solutions, announced, for the first time, advanced Wi-Fi technology was used to demonstrate the delivery of multiple simultaneous high-definition television (HDTV) streams anywhere in the home, with full qual...
WiFi sharing receives a boost with a new software and service that enable anyone to create wireless communities and share a broadband connection. The software comes coupled with a web service which uses a web 2.0 application that enables remote management of multiple hotspot locations ...
The patent applications, filed by Google employees Wesley Chan, Shioupyn Shen and former Google product management director Georges Harik, propose lowering the cost of wireless access by offsetting the costs via advertisements on the service.
Arch Rock, a startup founded in mid-2005 to provide Internet-enabled wireless sensor network technology,announced that it secured a $5 million Series A investment from New Enterprise Associates, Shasta Ventures and Intel Capital.
Paragon Wireless, a broadband wireless equipment company, announced that it will enable manufacturers to deliver high-performance VoWLAN residential gateway solutions as a member of the Texas Instruments DSP Third Party Network.
SMC Networks,provider of LAN, broadband and wireless products has announced the launch of SMC Enhanced Data Rate Wireless Bluetooth USB Adapter in India which offers higher bandwidth (3Mb) as compared to Bluetooth v1.2 or v1.1.
TravelNet Technologies announced that they will be supplying additional technology to support Project Chapleau which is a collaborative effort between Bell Canada and Nortel to evaluate the effect of broadband access technology on rural and remote communities in Canada.
Nortel and Sierra Wireless announced that they have achieved the industry's first over-the-air test calls using EV-DO Revision A wireless technology and pre-commercial wireless data devices.
Hewlett-Packard India introduced under the range of HP Pavilion Media Center PCs the new HP Pavilion m7382IN model enabled with a Wireless LAN powered by the Intel Pentium D dual core processor.
CTIA WIRELESS 2006 is scheduled to take place from April 5-7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Wireless technologies from more than 90 companies will be on display in the seven international pavilions representing Canada, China, Finland, Ireland, Korea, Taiwan and the United Kingdom.
The Tira Jump Product Suite enables mobile content developers and publishers to control, adapt, optimize and deploy mobile applications - from simple puzzles to complex multiplayer, multilevel, highly networked games and applications - across more than 500 different handsets, in a var...
EnGenius Technologies announced the first 'Extreme-Range' wireless networking products for service carriers, businesses, and consumers. The new 'Extreme-Range' EnGenius wireless products may provide up to 10 times the coverage of standard wireless data equipment available today for an ...
Sprint Nextel said Monday that its local telephone division is partnering with the Las Vegas suburb of Henderson to test a wireless broadband network, the first such test with a traditional local phone company. The Wi-Fi system covers two square miles of Henderson and will be used prim...
Oxford Media, a secure digital communication and technology company, announced that Hooman Honary has been appointed to lead Oxford Media's planned WiMAX wireless initiative into the underserved secondary markets throughout the United States. Mr. Honary is largely considered one the na...
In a strong bid to provide process and manufacturing engineers with significantly greater process management control and functionality between geographically-divergent plants and processing points, Moore Industries takes a progressive step in linking distributed I/O systems and multipl...
Telsima Corportaion has launched StarMAX, its carrier-grade WIMAX solution for Wireless Broadband Access. The StarMAX portfolio supports active subscriber mobility management, indoor Non Line-of-Sight (NLOS) subscriber station antenna gains, integrated P2P microwave backhaul with commo...
Ruckus Wireless plans to announce Tuesday that Oklahama-based Pioneer Telephone Cooperative is its first commercial customer for its smart Wi-Fi technology that allows IPTV service providers to stream their signals through their customers' homes using Wi-Fi.
VeriSign, Inc. announced it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire m-Qube, a mobile channel enabler that helps companies develop, deliver and bill for mobile content, applications and messaging services. The acquisition of m-Qube complements the recently acquired 3united and Kon...
Adobe Systems and LG Electronics announced the signing of licensing agreements for Macromedia Flash technology. The agreements cover Flash Lite and Flash Player SDK (Software Development Kit), helping ensure that LG Electronics can deliver Flash technology-enabled user interfaces, con...
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices announced availability of the new Gigaset SE567 and SE568 residential ADSL2+ wireless gateways featuring IntelliSteer smart antenna technology. The patented beam steering technology typically doubles signal strength over conventional antenn...
Symbian announced that Symbian OS, the market-leading open mobile operating system for advanced mobile phones, is being used in the NTT DoCoMo FOMA D702i and NM850iG, two new phones launched today on the FOMA network.
In announcing that RIM 'took one for the team' in settling with NTP over long-disputed patents, did the company in effect negotiate with business terrorists? There are a lot of numbers being thrown around in this case, but one clear question emerges: what sort of precedent has this set...
It's amazing how popular Sudoku has become in the last few months. You'll find one in nearly every daily magazine here in Austria. When I started to jump on this train (yes, I solve at least one Sudoku a day), I thought it would be amazing if we could have a version written completely ...
Introducing an intriguing mobile version of a combination of, Ajit Jaokar continues his insightful contributions to the fast-emerging new 'Mobile Web 2.0' category of ideas and applications.


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