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Vodafone to disable VoIP?

Vodafone Germany plans to disable calls from VoIP providers from July 2007. VoIP is widely regarded as a threat to the networks’

voice revenues,…

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Ringtone vendors ripped off

The music and ringtone business is being ripped off to the tune of £75m per year, according to software company QPass. It seems people grab free previ

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LG picks Palm

LG has taken a licence for the Palm operating system for forthcoming smartphones.

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Mobile mast happiness

New research published by MORI shows local authority planners are increasingly satisfied with the consultation carried out by mobile phone operators…

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Sony Pictures goes mobile

Sony Pictures has unveiled a cross-European marketing strategy that will see a mobile internet site for every one of its major film and DVD releases….

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EasyMobile “pleased”

EasyMobile signed up 15,000 customers in the four months since its March launch. MD Frank Rasmussen said he was “pleased with the results” and noted t

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Nokia’s smartphone search

Nokia has introduced what it calls “a pioneering mobile search software solution”

for its smartphones. Users get easy and fast access to a batch of…

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Mobile Olympics on offer

The consortium of broadcasters that holds the European rights for the Olympics has opened up bids for mobile rights to the 2006 winter and 2008…

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N90s in short supply

Nokia is reporting shortages of its much-hyped N90 cameraphone because of strong initial demand. It went on sale worldwide on 20 July but many…

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33 networks offer PoC

A Global mobile Suppliers Association survey lists a total of 33 GSM/GPRS networks and 57 phones that now offer commercial Push to Talk via the PoC…

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Openwave tops 1bn

Shipments of Openwave’

s mobile browser have hit the 1bn mark. The browser features in 100+ phones from more than 20 manufacturers including Siemens,…

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M&S trials MS smartphones

M&S has signed with Microsoft for a wireless email pilot, initially providing 20 executives with Windows smartphones (Qtek 8010s) to access their Outl

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Motorola plans dual-mode

Cisco and Motorola are jointly developing a dual-mode mobile phone with built in Wi-Fi wireless networking to provide internet telephony over a compan

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Mambo License Guidelines

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