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|02/26/2008 Unlimited Wireless
ATT Inc , the biggest U.S. mobile service, said on
Tuesday it would offer unlimited mobile phone calls
for a flat rate of $99.99 a month, hours after Verizon
Wireless announced a similar plan.
|02/25/2008 Cellular TV
Taking Off in Japan
Shipments of cell phones compatible with Japans mobile
digital TV service have surged to more than 20 million
units in fewer than two years since launch, according
to industry data released last Wednesday.
|02/20/2008 T-Mobile Favors
T-Mobile announced on last Tuesday that it will soon
begin using Yahoo as its preferred mobile search provider
in Europe, ending the operators existing relationship
with Google for mobile search.
|02/19/2008 RIM Reliability
Research In Motion, maker of the popular BlackBerry
smartphone, said last Tuesday it was trying to locate
the cause of a service disruption that left subscribers
with only intermittent access to e-mail and other
data services for three hours.
Service problems started about 3:30 p.m. EST on Monday,
and lasted until about 6:30 p.m. EST, RIM said in
an e-mailed statement. BlackBerry subscribers, most
of whom are business people, did not lose any messages
during the interruption, and voice communications
were not affected.
|02/18/2008 Portable Google
Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia said on Tuesday
it had reached an agreement with Google to incorporate
the Google search engine in its handsets.
|02/14/2008 Text a Message
There is no doubt that on Valentines Day the text
messages sent will contain anecdotal notes of affection.
We even had a customer inquiry about scheduling love
notes to be sent every hour on February 14th!
|02/13/2008 Mobile World
The most established names in telecoms, Internet
and media gathered in Barcelona Monday for the Mobile
World Congress, one of the worlds biggest events for
the mobile phone industry.
Attention at the trade show, which runs until Thursday,
is likely to focus on how to encourage users in developed
countries to use their phones for more than simply
|02/12/2008 Recycling Cell
We recycle our soda cans and our newspapers, so why
do not we recycle our cell phones?
U.S. consumers who bought new mobile phones recycled
the old ones in the fourth quarter of 2007 at double
the rate of the third quarter, a market research firm
said Tuesday. But the overall number of recyclers
remained low at less than one in 10.
|02/11/2008 Cell Phones
to Get Widgets
Widgets, or small Web applications that supply useful
information direct to the desktop, could soon be appearing
on your cell phone screen.
|02/04/2008 Automate Tasks
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|02/03/2008 Motorola Considers
Bailing on Cell Phones
Last week, Motorola laid a bit of a bombshell on
the cell phone world. The company announced it was
considering a structural realignment to rejuvenate
its mobile device business. Though the company had
a huge hit with its ultrathin Razr V3 in late 2004,
Moto has been struggling to regain solid footing over
the last couple years.
|01/22/2008 Germans Upset
German anger over plans by Nokia to close a plant
escalated on Friday, with the finance minister accusing
the cellphone maker of caravan capitalism and
others vowing to replace their Nokia phones.
Nokia, the worlds top cellphone maker, said earlier
this week it would close the plant in the western
city of Bochum because it was not competitive and
move production to Romania.
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