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Displaying items by tag: Mobility

The most surprising applications often lead to market breakthroughs and we place in this category all applications that involve the transport of video through existing networks for security purposes.

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Saturday, 04 November 2006 01:20

Company profile: Mobile Linux pioneer Trolltech

The release of the Greenphone — the first open Linux-based handset that developers could programme themselves — in August was probably the first many people had heard of Trolltech.

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Thursday, 02 November 2006 15:40

Cingular confirms music plan for U.S. cell users

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cingular Wireless has agreed to team up with XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc and Web music subscription services Napster Inc., Yahoo Inc. and others, to let its customers play songs on their cell phones, the company said on Thursday.

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Thursday, 02 November 2006 15:28

Sony launches 'world's lightest' laptop in Japan

Sony has launched what it today claimed is the world's lightest 12.1in notebook, an 898g machine constructed out of carbon fibre, though the weight pushes past 1kg if you want a machine with a bigger battery capacity and an optical drive.

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Wednesday, 01 November 2006 18:16

Apple pushes Oricon to quit PC music downloads

TOKYO (Reuters) - Oricon on Wednesday announced its exit from Japan's PC music download market, becoming the first victim among local players to the surging popularity of Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes music store.

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Tuesday, 31 October 2006 15:52

Nokia enters car navigation market

HELSINKI/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Nokia on Monday became the latest major consumer electronics company to enter the booming car-navigation market, upping the ante for Dutch market leader TomTom.

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Tuesday, 31 October 2006 15:50

kia enters car navigation market

HELSINKI/AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Nokia on Monday became the latest major consumer electronics company to enter the booming car-navigation market, upping the ante for Dutch market leader TomTom. Reuters complete story

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Tuesday, 31 October 2006 15:48

ABC News courting next generation on Internet

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - As the news networks come to grips with the digital revolution, ABC News is merging the old and new world every day with an original newscast whose primary audience have video iPods.

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Tuesday, 31 October 2006 15:45

Verizon to offer automatic phone contact updates

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Customers of Verizon Wireless, the No. 2 U.S. mobile provider, can now have the contacts in their phones automatically updated without manually entering the data, according to Plaxo Inc, which created the service.

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With talk of virtual click wheels, full screen iPods and even iPod phones, speculation and debate has raged on how Apple might outdo its existing iconic design. A touch controlled bezel is one possibility Apple is publicly considering through a US patent application. And that iPod phone? It’s already here. Want to see it?

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Monday, 30 October 2006 18:05

Web tool helps fans route tours their way

NEW YORK (Billboard) - Booking agents and managers are embracing a new Web tool to identify potential live markets for their artists.

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Monday, 30 October 2006 18:01

Fox making news in a Flash

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - Fox News Channel is adding to its multiplatform strategy with two daily video products called Fox News Flash.

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Monday, 30 October 2006 17:57

Text messaging catches on in music business

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Billboard) - Students at Chula Vista (Calif.) High School near San Diego were treated to a particularly nice surprise on a recent Tuesday.

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Ordinary internet users will have a chance to make points and ask questions of the world's governments, not to mention business, engineers and media, over the next four days as the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) opens its doors - both physically and online - for the first time.

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A Fujitsu-made notebook has caught fire in Japan, the manufacturer admitted late last week. The incendiary incident is the first of its kind to be be officially recognised in a machine lacking a Dell, Apple or ThinkPad logo, and should sound a warning to other vendors caught up in this year's massive battery recall.
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Monday, 30 October 2006 17:31

O2 offers Asus-made XDA as the IQ

O2's UK operation has already begun offering its business customers one of the new XDA smart phones that appeared on the US Federal Communications Commission website last week. There branded the XDA Graphite, here it's being sold as the XDA IQ.

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Sunday, 29 October 2006 19:43

The phone that's thrice the price of an iPod

Ever wondered what a mobile phone from Bang and Olufsen would look like? Armed with Samsung’s technical expertise, they’ve applied their design brilliance to creating one of the most unique mobile phones ever seen. The name? Serene. The price? US $1275.

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Sunday, 29 October 2006 14:15

UN summit reopens debate over control of the net

Hundreds of diplomats and technology ministers are to gather in Athens to resume a debate that has often pitted the US against Brazil, India, China and African countries.
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Sunday, 29 October 2006 14:08

How to make your MacBook Pro run cooler

Love your oh-so-quiet MacBook or MacBook Pro but hate the heat it puts out? Quite apart from the sheer discomfort of it, an overly hot MacBook may be to blame for the random shutdowns quite a few users have reported, now hopefully fixed with Apple's latest SMC Firmware update. Enter utility smcFanControl, a tool to help you take control of your Mac's temperature...
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Friday, 27 October 2006 23:17

Waterproof your iPod

Want to listen to music underwater, or while surfing? It’s all possible with a totally waterproof iPod case. Fully compatible with the latest 5th generation video iPods, you could even watch Finding Nemo underwater, while looking for him amongst the coral!

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