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Symbol MC9094 & MC9097 takes on Blackberry

BREAKING! Symbol has two new ruggedized mobile devices coming out called the MC9094 and the MC9097, running Windows Mobile 5.0 with cellular/mobile phone access, a touch-screen, and a full-sized keyboard + dialpad that aims to dethrone the Blackberry. (Update: See...

Navizon Transforms Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Devices into A GPS Device

Navizon Transforms Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Devices into a GPS device and leverages P2P for locating your buddies. What I'd really like for this technology to do is use my idea of P2P GPScasting to transmit your GPS coordinates to others...

LG VX9800 available to Verizon customers

The LG VX9800 is now available exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers. The VX9800 uses EVDO wireless technology and is packed with features for viewing Verizon's V CAST videos, listening to music, Instant Messaging, e-mail, text messaging and text-to-speech capabilities. The...

Motorola gold RAZR V3i phones

One thousand gold RAZR V3i phones have been produced and will be sold exclusively at Dolce & Gabbana boutiques worldwide. Like its predecessors, it features the famous RAZR slim shape, premium metallic finish and advanced technology such as photo messaging...

MMS Podcast to your mobile phone

Recently, Tea Vui Huang told me about his new application for Multimedia Messaging (MMS) that creates "bite-size" podcasts for your mobile phone. An MMS message is a multimedia presentation that encompasses images and audio clips. This innovative new telco software...

Live TV on Motorola RAZR V3c

Alltel, operator of one of the nation's largest wireless networks, and MobiTV, Inc., an up-and-coming provider in mobile television and digital radio services, will now offer live television broadcasts andmade-for-mobile content to wireless customers starting Monday. Customers can view the...

Lost cell phone? Build your own!

I lost my cell phone in a cab at Internet Telephony Conference and Expo so I've been meaning to "shop around" for a new one. But with some recent home repairs, a baby on the way (plus purchasing all the...

PalmSource joins Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum

Some news from PalmSource, about them joining a forum that is trying to "standardize" Linux components and APIs that run on mobile phone devices. The reason why Microsoft has been making such strong in-roads in the mobile phone market arena...

RF Isolation enclosure for accurate testing of Wi-Fi,cellular,Bluetooth,WiMAX

It seems like every day there is a new Bluetooth device, a new WiFi product or some other wireless device. With so many wireless standards, engineers need tools to accurately test the products they develop to ensure there is no...

Streaming live sports to mobile devices

Are you a sports addict? Wish you could view your favorite sports team on your mobile device? Well, SmartVideo Technologies and CSTV/College Sports Television have signed an agreement to deliver video and audio programming to mobile devices, such as cell...

ITStarcom CDM-180 and Verizon

UTStarcom Personal Communications announced today the availability of the CDM-180 mobile cellular phone through Verizon Wireless. It's reasonably price at $69.99 (with two-year contract) has a unique landscape-formatted 1.8" TFT main display, camera, large keypads, and other features."It's Not Fat...It's...

Nokia L'Amour mobile phones

Nokia unveiled their new Nokia L'Amour mobile phone devices for the "style conscious". Could they make it any smaller? Seriously, if they make phones any smaller we'll soon have to become the Incredible Shrinking Woman or use the shrinking ray...

Japan leads in VoIP

Japan trumps the U.S. in technology yet again! Japan is developing a new high-speed network for cell phones that will use VoIP for phone calls which can be transmitted more cheaply, thus saving the mobile carriers money, while also making...

Nokia E60, E61, and E70 launch

Nokia has launched a series of keyboard-enabled phones that have the "look and feel" of the popular BlackBerry devices. The Nokia E60, Nokia E61, and Nokia E70 are Nokia's first keyboard phones that have obviously borrowed a page from Research...

Skype from Mobile Cell Phone

Skype as we already know is one of the most popular VoIP applications -- if not the most, which has helped build a loyal community looking to develop third-party solutions that improve upon Skype's default features. One feature request of...
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