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12 November 2005

New Wireless Transmitter Will Disable Cell Phone Bombs

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

11 November 2005

Samsung Introduces Mobile VoIP Application

Samsung has introduced its latest enterprise-level wireless application, called OfficeServ Wireless, which is designed to transfer voice data over a wireless VoIP connection.

06 November 2005

Nintendo Announces UK Launch of Free Wi-Fi Gaming

Nintendo has announced a date for the UK launch of its free Wi-Fi gaming service. The service, which is compatible with the Nintendo DS, will become available at numerous bars, restaurants, and other public places, starting on November 25.

03 November 2005

Nokia Blurs the Lines of Multimedia and Communication

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.

02 November 2005

Nokia Wins Telus Broadband Contract

Canadian telecommunications giant, Telus, has just awarded a major contract to Nokia, which will allow them to build Telus’s next-generation broadband internet

30 October 2005

Cisco Planning VoIP System for Radiotelephones

Cisco Systems has announced that they are planning a new communication system that will allow for many different types of walkie-talkies and radiotelephones to interoperate via VoIP and SIP.

27 October 2005

Indonesia to Launch New Communication Satellite

An Indonesian state-owned telecommunications company, called Telkom, is getting ready to launch a new communication satellite next month.

26 October 2005

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.

24 October 2005

SIRIUS Releases Budget-Conscious Car Radios

SIRIUS has just released two new plug and play satellite radios for just $49.99 each. These units, the SIRIUS One and XACT Visor, are an easy and inexpensive way for users to access SIRIUS radio content in their vehicles, and are now being sold in retail stores.

22 October 2005

Broadband Speeds on an Upward Spiral

Come next spring, BT will be trying to grab its share of the UK's ultra-high-speed broadband market with its new "Max" ADSL service. Max is expected to provide data transfer speeds of up to 8 Mbps.

21 October 2005

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.

20 October 2005

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.

17 October 2005

New Google Wi-Fi Details Surface

Google’s eight-page proposal for a free Wi-Fi network in San Francisco has now been publicly released, and with it come new details about the company’s plans.

16 October 2005

Cell Phones Could Soon Recognize their Owners Movements

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.

15 October 2005

Ericsson and Rogers Collaborate on High-Speed Mobile Technology

Rogers Communications is working with Ericsson Canada to test a new form of high-speed mobile voice, data, and audio/video technology.

14 October 2005

Nokia Introduces Enterprise-Level Smartphones

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

New Wi-Fi Consortium is Born

A new coalition has formed, with the aim of accelerating the development of the IEEE 802.11n Wi-Fi standard.

09 October 2005

Motorola CEO Complains About Lack of Engineering Students

CEO, Ed Zander, of Motorola has expressed concern about the woefully low number of engineering students in the United States.

05 October 2005

Philadelphia to Build Wireless Broadband Network

Philadelphia has recently come to an agreement with Verizon, Pennsylvania’s primary telephone provider, which will allow the city to build a low-cost wireless broadband network.

04 October 2005

SBC to Provide Texan Credit Union with VoIP Services

SBC Communications has just obtained a three-year contract to provide VoIP telephony and network services to Texans Credit Union, a non-profit financial institution based in Richardson, Texas.

03 October 2005

Google Proposes Free Wi-Fi Network In San Francisco

Google spokesman, Nate Tyler, has recently confirmed that Google is proposing to provide free Wi-Fi internet access to residents of San Francisco.

20 September 2005

Rogers and Bell Team Up to Bring Wireless Broadband to Canada

Rogers Communications and Bell Canada, major competitors for cable and telephone customers in Canada, are planning to build a wireless broadband network across the country, with the help of Kirkland-based Clearwire.

Wireless Networks Not Foolproof in Times of Disaster

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

18 September 2005

Verizon Expands Wireless Broadband Service Area, Drops Prices

Verizon Wireless is expanding into more markets with their EV-DO cellular broadband service, and have reduced prices by about 25%.

17 September 2005

Sprint to Test Wireless Broadband Technology

Sprint Nextel announced on Friday that it will be working with Samsung Telecommunications to test mobile WiMAX wireless broadband technology.

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