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12 November 2005

New Wireless Transmitter Will Disable Cell Phone Bombs

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US Defense equipment contractor, Raytheon, has recently filed an international patent application for a transmitter that prevents remotely controlled cell phone bombs from detonating.

09 November 2005

Motorola Invests in Mobile Fuel Cell Company

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Motorola has made a strategic investment in Tekion Inc., a Canadian company that develops batteries and hybrid fuel cells for mobile phones.

08 November 2005

Google and Yahoo Plan Further Wireless Web Expansion

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Google and Yahoo are both currently making plans to further expand into mobile communication markets, by extending a number of their internet based services to cell phone users.

New Video Sharing Service Planned for Hong Kong

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Honk Kong mobile provider, CSL, and cell phone manufacturer, Nokia have just jointly announced the pending release of a new video sharing service for Hong Kong users of Nokia’s IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS).

05 November 2005

Nokia CEO Predicts Smartphone Market Growth

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Nokia CEO, Jorma Ollila has made a prediction that the market for smartphones will double over the next year.

03 November 2005

Nokia Blurs the Lines of Multimedia and Communication

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The world’s largest mobile phone manufacturer, Nokia, is about to launch a new line of multimedia handsets that clearly aim to combine communication with information technology, and consumer electronics with broadcasting.

01 November 2005

Mobile Phone Vending Machines Launched in UK

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Mobile provider, Vodafone, has recently unveiled the UK’s first vending machines selling mobile phones.

31 October 2005

LG and Sanyo know how to Satisfy Customers

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The recent Wireless Mobile Phone Evaluation Study conducted by SD Power and Associates has ranked LG and Sanyo as the top two cell phone manufacturers in terms of customer satisfaction.

29 October 2005

Nokia Announces Latest Mid-Price CDMA Handsets

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In addition to its two latest low-cost cell phones, primarily targeted towards emerging markets, Nokia has also released two new mid-range CDMA handsets.

Cell Phone Users Still Appreciate the Simple Things

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According to a recent study, most cell phone users believe that a device’s design and user-friendliness is more important than what advanced features it includes.

27 October 2005

Nokia Targets New Phones to Emerging Markets

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This Wednesday saw the release of four new Nokia handsets, two of which will be targeted at emerging markets, including Latin America, and parts of Asia.

26 October 2005

Mobile Phone Makers Strive for Technological Sophistication

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With customer demand moving towards attractive and advanced mobile devices, technological sophistication is becoming a requirement for any competitive mobile communications business.

21 October 2005

Mobile Phones and Consumer Electronics: Do They Mix?

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With many companies integrating consumer electronics technology, such as hard drives, into mobile phones, industry analysts are predicting that the practice will result in many new challenges.

20 October 2005

Satellite Technology Could Revolutionize the Cellular Industry

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For many years, satellite phones have been clunky, suitcase-sized units, and haven’t fit the standards of true mobility. According to Mobile Satellite Ventures, however, that may soon change.

19 October 2005

Nokia vs. RIM: May the Best Company Win

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It appears that Nokia’s recently announced E Series of mobile phones will soon be in direct competition with RIM’s BlackBerry line of cellular PDAs.

17 October 2005

Is the Government Tracking Your Cell Phone?

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The Missouri Transportation Department is finalizing plans to make use of cell phones in monitoring real-time traffic congestion on that state’s 5,500 miles of major roads.

16 October 2005

Cell Phones Could Soon Recognize their Owners Movements

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Scientists in Finland have developed a security sensor, which responds to a person’s movements, and is able to adapt to recognize the legitimate owner of a wireless device by the way they walk.

14 October 2005

Nokia Introduces Enterprise-Level Smartphones

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As of this Wednesday, Nokia has introduced a new line of mobile smartphones, which are primarily targeted at enterprise-level IT departments, and will become available by early 2006.

13 October 2005

Sony Ericsson Announces New Smartphone

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Sony Ericsson has announced the pending release of its newest handheld smartphone – the P990, which includes the Symbian 9.1 operating system, Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as a built in keyboard and 2 megapixel digital camera.

Nokia and Ericsson to Use Lower GSM Frequencies

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Mobile giants, Ericsson and Nokia have both announced plans to begin using the 450MHz radio spectrum to operate their GSM networks.

07 October 2005

Australian Evangelists Bring Scripture to Cell Phones

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The Bible has just undergone its latest modernization treatment, namely being translated into text messaging slang and offered as a free SMS download for mobile phones.

T-Mobile to Launch New Web-Enabled Mobile Phones

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T-Mobile UK has announced that it will be launching eight new high-speed mobile internet devices by this Christmas.

27 September 2005

Users Want Increased Battery Life in Mobile Devices

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In a recent market research study spanning 15 different countries, the most desired feature by far in future mobile devices was increased battery life.

23 September 2005

O2 to Test Mobile Television in the UK

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A small group of up to 400 the O2 customers in Oxford (UK) will soon be given the chance to try out an exciting new mobile television technology.

20 September 2005

Wireless Networks Not Foolproof in Times of Disaster

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Thousands of wireless customers in the Gulf Coast regions have discovered the hard way, that even cellular networks aren’t immune to natural disasters.

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