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Mojo Mobility Charges Gadgets Wirelessly

Mojo Mobility Inc, a Silicon Valley-based venture firm, has developed a technology to simultaneously charge multiple mobile devices simply using a flat surface that doesn't even to touch the charging circuitry of  mobile phones, iPods, iPhones, and other gadgetry.While NFP (Near...

Some interesting TMCnet videos on 4G, wireless, and more

Greg Galitzine has an interesting interview with Carl Ford (formerly with VON) about the future of wireless, including 4G and the pending 4GWE (4G Wireless Evolution) event co-located with ITEXPO. Carl discusses gadgets, smart phones, the Amazon Kindle, and more...

VON Joins forces with TMC?

According to Andy Abramson's post published 20 minutes ago, Carl Ford and Scott Kargman, who were big parts of the VON brain trust has joined forces with TMC. As Andy also commented - Hath hell frozen over?This is like Mirror!...

Mobile VoIP Challenges

Today, Global IP Solutions (GIPS) announced the public availability of a whitepaper that highlights the challenges and opportunities critical for high quality when implementing mobile VoIP, called "Implementing VoIP for iPhones and Smartphones."The paper can be found at http://gipscorp.com/products/gips_in_action.php, and...

Triple Play Moving to Quintuple Play?

If you thought the "triple play" offered by cable and phone service providers was pretty cool, it's time to think again. Various providers now are looking at ways to bundle not just TV, phone and the Internet, but also...

Wireless Zune on the Way

Yeah, yeah, yeah, the new Apple iPods are not that big ... But how about this?Microsoft will reportedly introduce a wireless service for its Zune music player through which users can download music -- one of several features the company will...

IEEE standardizes 801.11r fast Wi-Fi roaming

The IEEE has completed 802.11r, a standard that lets Wi-Fi devices roam quickly between wireless access points (WAP) and which improves the performance of VoIP on enterprise LANs. Traditionally, 801.11 devices can roam from one access point to another, but...

Microsoft develops Vi-Fi (Vehicle Wi-Fi). VoIP while driving baby!

A new technology developed by Microsoft in alliance with the University of Massachusetts (UMASS), and the University of Washington has resulted in a new technology called Vi-Fi (Vehicle Wi-Fi). Vi-Fi solves the problem of hopping from one Wi-Fi wireless access...

Presto! Intel Wants To Make Wires Disappear

Intel has made progress in a technology that could lead to the wireless recharging of gadgets and the end of the power-cord spaghetti behind electronic devices. It says it has increased the efficiency of a technique for wirelessly powering consumer gadgets...

Tom writes 'iHate My iPhone Because its iDead'

Tom Cross, a TMCnet blogger, is not happy about his iDead iPhone. He's lost all his iPhone songs, contact information, favorites, vmail and everything else. AT&T couldn't even recover his voicemail password, thus he was forced to wipe all...

fring Enhances Mobile IM Client with fringAdd-ons

fring claims that since they opened their API last Monday that hundreds of apps were submitted "proving that there's an insatiable appetite in the U.S. for new mobile widgets and add-ons."  In the past week, fring has approved four...

Nokia N78 Comes to U.S.

Gadgety mobile phone lovers across the United States can now buy the newest Nokia Nseries device -  the Nokia N78, which hits American store shelves today. Featuring integrated A-GPS, a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and high-speed...

Verizon & Alltel -- Still the Most Reliable?? (Wait and See ...)

While always great on paper, tech mergers (or mergers of any kind) often have a nasty way of not working out for the best. Now this Verizon deal with Alltel has got me worried. Worried because we just switched...

Instant Charge for Cell Phones on the Horizon?

According to a Reuters report, analog chip maker National Semiconductor is developing technology to charge cell phones in an instant by plugging the phone into a wall oulet and voila! it's charged. Want this in an instant? Sorry, you...

Who's the Best in Cell Carrier Land?

Been thinking about changing cell phone companies again and wanted to find out what the faithful readers of this blog have to say about the various companies. Let's see ... I've been on Sprint, AT&T and Verizon over the years,...

NMS & WITCOM-developed ringback service helps SK Telecom customers save up to 50 percent

I may not be a huge fan of ringback tones or ringback videos, but I do like ringtones. However, today, a partnership between telecommunications services platform provider NMS Communications and Korean mobile services developer WITCOM Co. Ltd., SK Telecom, has...

Scheduled Blackberry RIM Outage

Word on the street is that there will be a 4-5 hour outage of all RIM servers tonight. The outage is expected to start at 11pm PST for upgrades to the BIS servers. While I commend RIM for upgrading their...

Motorola Adds 400 Series to Canopy Line

Some interesting news from Motorola I thought I'd share... Motorola Inc. announced today that it is extending the reach of its field-proven Canopy wireless broadband system with the introduction of the 400 series of access points and subscriber modules in...

Wireless Backhaul Importance Grows

With increasing wireless mobile phone users along with more sophisticated wireless devices such as the Blackberry and iPhone chewing up bandwidth, the need for wireless backhaul technologies is increasing. I am reminded of my 2005 TMC Labs review of NMS...

SimplyWiFi SIP Phone

SimplyWiFi is a new SIP-based WiFi phone based on Linux that not only lets you make free or low-cost calls, it also lets you IM/chat using the SIMPLE standard. SimplyWiFi is a small lightweight phone with a superb talk time...

Microsoft mashup of SOA and UC (Unified Communications)

We all know the big splash Microsoft made in 2007 with the launch of OCS 2007; for instance, check out my review. OCS is the "core" of Microsoft's unified communications strategy for the enterprise. But as we know, the enterprise...

JoikuSpot Turns Nokia phone into WiFi hotspot

How would you like to turn your Nokia smartphone into a WiFi hotspot for free? Well, JoikuSpot offers a free application that you can load on your Nokia phone to do just that. When installed on the Nokia phone,  laptops,...

Holy Toledo! Cheap Wireless T1 & T3 Internet!

So today I receive this intriguing email... Tom, please visit www.yourwifiinternet.com. New technology launching in days, not months. T1 speed portable wireless internet, up and down with no degradation of signal for $19.95 a month and VOip for additional $9.95...

Vodafone USB 7.2 Modem Stick

Vodafone UK just launched a USB modem for their high-speed mobile broadband data network. The Vodafone USB Modem Stick is Vodafone's smallest wireless high-speed modem supporting HSDPA and HSUPA. It reminds me of the Sprint Novatel Wireless Ovation U727 USB...

WMWifiRouter adds Wi-Fi Connection Sharing to Windows Mobile

Windows Mobile users looking to turn their mobile phone into an Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) device need not rely on ICS any more. WMWifiRouter is a piece of amazing freeware software that turns your Windows Mobile phone into a Wi-Fi...
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