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truphone summer credit giveaway

Andy Abramson tipped me off to a new summer promotion by Truphone which now gives you 4X the inititial credit in your new account. Andy told me, "With the summer holiday season upon us, Truphone is giving away more...

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...

Let's Not Forget About Samsung's New Mobile Phone

Gizmodo had it right when they said today was the worst day to announce a new mobile phone -- unless you were Apple. But let's give Samsung some space for its new 3G Omnia. It includes face and smile...

TringMe offers Enhanced Click-to-Call

Many click-to-call (c2c) solutions require connecting two legs of a call, which adds additional cost. TringMe has just launched enhanced click-to-call solves this multi-leg cost issue by making it a single leg call and instead using a notification method...

sipgate adds SIP-based VoIP support to iPhone

sipgate today announced the a free VoIP application for the iPhone that they claim will allow consumers to use virtually every any VoIP service on the iPhone. sipgate claims that iPhone users can make and receive VoIP calls from their...

I Could Use a Good Way to Watch the NBA ...

... Too bad mobile phone screen sizes are so small. It would be great to see the Celtics-Pistons and Lakers-Spurs NBA East and West finals while going mobile. Can't they dream up a way to optimize the network and...

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...

O-FONE Supports SIP on Symbian S60 mobile phone

Rich received an email from O-FONE claiming they are the "First s60 SIP Symbian client". I'm not so sure about being the "first" since Truphone has a SIP client for Symbian phones, so do Jajah & Fring -- and there...

Enkin combines GPS, Camera, Google Maps, 3D and Live Video

Enkin is a developer of a location-based content that bridges the gap between reality and classic map-like representations using Google Android. It combines GPS, orientation sensors, 3D graphics, live video, several web services and a novel user interface into an...

Windows Mobile 6.1 Update

Microsoft has announced plans to rollout an updated version of its Windows Mobile platform called Windows Mobile 6.1. The new updates include enhancements to existing features as well as some new ones. Features include e-mail, Web-access, instant messaging, traffic updates,...

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...

Where's My Cell Phone?

It's happened to be best of us - we misplaced our cell phone and after frantically looking for it we turn to our spouse/significant other and humbly ask, "Have you seen my cell phone?" or accusingly "What have you done...

Talkonaut 4.0 native Symbian S60 edition released

The GTalk2VoIP dev team just released their VoIP+chat application for Symbian S60 phones that runs as a native (.sis file) application. I should stress that several Nokia smart phones come with a SIP stack, however they are limited to WiFi...

Garmin nuvifone

Garmin is the big bad boy in the GPS market, but they've now thrown their hat into the mobile phone ring with the Garmin nuvifone (not nuviphone). Garmin recently announced the quad-band nuvifone, a full-fledged GSM HSDPA smartphone built...

Polycom Kills the Buzz Factor

Who hasn’t been on an important conference call and heard the infamous “buzz” sound on the speakerphone caused by cell phone interference. Nextel two-way “push to talk” phones are notorious for causing this “buzz” sound, as well as Blackberries. Still...

D2 Technologies mCUE mobile convergence softphone launches

D2 Technologies today released at CES what they claim is the industry’s first embedded mobile convergence software solution for dual-mode phones.  D2’s mCUE mobile convergence software solution combines a communications user interface with the company’s vPort MP VoIP software platform...

Thin out your George Costanza Wallet with Just One Club Card

I previously wrote today about my George Costanza wallet, which was replaced with a Men's Digital Photo Wallet from Brookstone. Even with my new gadgety wallet, I still had to do some pruning of various club cards to reduce the...

Packet8 MobileTalk Launches

8x8, provider of Packet8 broadband VoIP services, today announced the launch of Packet8 MobileTalk - a mobile calling service that utilizes a downloadable software application that can currently reside on any Windows, Palm or Symbian based mobile phone. It connects...

Minimizing network load when routing to Ported Mobile Phone Numbers

Tyntec launched their new Voice Network Query service that enables major carriers to route voice calls to mobile phones directly to destination operator, minimizing network load. Now that regulations force the carriers to allow customers to port their mobile phone...

Sony takes on Apple

Sony must be reading my blog, since just last week I suggested Sony take on Apple by offering a universal multi-media device that does gaming, mobile calling, video playback, MP3 music, and GPS navigation. I jokingingly called this hypothetical...

Nonoh takes on Jajah in cheap mobile calling

Nonoh is a new mobile application that lets you make free calls leveraging your browser (PC or mobile phone browser). Unlike Jajah's free worldwide calling option which requires both legs of the call to be registered, Nonoh lets you dial...

TellThem.mobi enables remote MySpace messages and picture sending

MySpace users will find this brand new web-based utility from TellThem.mobi useful. As MySpacers know, there isn't an easy way to connect to all your MySpace friends when you're on the go away from you PC. With TellThem.mobi, you can...

Celebrate the 4th of July with Free Calls!

MOBIVOX is celebrating the U.S.'s 4th of July Independence Day with $10 of free international calls. MOBIVOX states, "Declare your independence from long distance phone charges this July 4th when MOBIVOX offers free international calls from the U.S this...

fring coming to Windows Mobile phones

Some big news from fring, a popular free mobile VoIP software. fring will soon announce support for Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6.0 devices. Currently, Fring only works on Nokia phones which use the Symbian operating system. What, no iPhone support?...
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