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November 2005

Most Low-End Laptops Leave out Wireless

Many computer hardware companies are trying to corner the low-end computing markets with very low cost, stripped down laptops. It is an unfortunate fact that wireless connectivity is often a feature that goes neglected in such models.

Comparison Shopping Improves Satisfaction

The results of a recent cell phone satisfaction survey suggest that customers who comparison-shop for mobile devices will most likely be happier with their purchases in the long term.

High Speed BlackBerry Coming to Canada

Research in Motion has just announced that the BlackBerry 8700r wireless handheld device will become available to Canadian consumers, starting on November 29th.

Free VoIP without the PC

Taiwan-based Accton Technology yesterday unveiled its new Skype-friendly Wi-Fi phone, called the SkyFone WM1185-T.

New Video Sharing Service Planned for Hong Kong

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).

Nokia CEO Predicts Smartphone Market Growth

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

RIM to Release New Intel-Powered BlackBerry

Research in Motion has just unveiled the latest version of its popular BlackBerry device, which analysts say is the closest that they've ever come to making a true handheld computer.

October 2005

LG and Sanyo know how to Satisfy Customers

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.

The ROKR is off to a Rocky Start

Motorola’s new ROKR cell phone, best known for its ability to play Apple iTunes music, isn’t performing anywhere near as well as expected.

Mobile Phone Makers Strive for Technological Sophistication

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

US Robotics Releases New USB Phone

Modem and networking market leader, US Robotics, has announced the shipment of its new USB Internet Phone, the USR9600. This is the company’s first VoIP hardware release, and the beginning of a major line of such products.

Mobile Phones and Consumer Electronics: Do They Mix?

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.

Motorola Kicks off New Mobile Computing Product Line

On Monday, Motorola unveiled the HC700-L, the first in a series of mobile computing solutions planned by that company.

Nokia vs. RIM: May the Best Company Win

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.

More Competition for the ROKR

Sony Ericsson has just announced the launch of their most recent Walkman-branded mobile phone, the W900. The new handset will feature 3G connectivity, as sell as a 2 megapixel digital camera, and have a focus on playing music.

Samsung’s Latest Phone Has a Great Memory

Electronics giant, Samsung, has just released a new cellular phone with a 3GB hard drive. That’s enough memory to store thousands of digital pictures, or hours of video data, all on a single tiny handset.

Sony Ericsson Announces New Smartphone

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.

HP Releases New Wireless iPAQ PDA

HP has just introduced one of its most advanced PDA models to date.

RIM Appeal Rejected, Stock Price Falls

The Waterloo, Ontario-based Research in Motion fell a further 4%, to $75.93, after US courts ruled against their appeal of a recent patent dispute ruling.

Windows-Based Treo won’t Become Available Until 2006

Even though Palm has now officially unveiled its Windows-based PDA, it will likely not be available to consumers for quite some time.

September 2005

Nokia Launches New Brand Name For Music-Ready Devices

Nokia unveiled its new XpressMusic brand name on Monday, in an attempt to help customers easily identify the company’s music-ready cell phones.

Users Want Increased Battery Life in Mobile Devices

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

Bluetooth Headsets Gain Popularity

One of the hottest trends in wireless technology is the Bluetooth mobile headset, which allows a user to talk on the phone, via a tiny device attached to their ear.

O2 to Test Mobile Television in the UK

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.

US Robotics to Enter VoIP Market

As of next month, US Robotics will enter the VoIP hardware market with the release of their first USB internet phone. The new phone will work with Skype and other instant messaging services that support voice communication.

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