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Archive for November 5th, 2007
Canadian Press – SAN FRANCISCO – Google Inc. wants to become as influential in the mobile market as it is on the Internet – and the online search leader thinks it can do that without sticking its prized brand on a cellphone.
Reuters – Google Inc said on Monday it would offer a software system to make the Internet work as smoothly on mobile phones as it does on computers, seeking to spur change in a tightly controlled industry.
Canadian Press – SAN FRANCISCO – Confirming its long-rumoured foray into the mobile market, Google said Monday it is developing a free cellphone software package so the Internet search leader can more easily peddle ads and services to people who aren’t in front of a PC.
Reuters – Google Inc on Monday spelled out long-rumored plans to enter the mobile phone market in 2008 by building software that could help the industry make the Internet run more easily on phones.
NewsFactor – Hoping to do for the mobile environment what it has done for information searches, travel directions, and blind dates, Google announced on Monday the release of a new mobile operating system known as “Android,” as well as the formation of a new coalition, the Open Handset Alliance, to implement the new OS and […]
InfoWorld – Motorola has started testing 3G (third-generation) femtocells in Europe, a technology that should help to improve indoor reception and reduce at-home calling costs for 3G users.
Reuters – Australian singer Kylie Minogue capped her comeback from breast cancer on Monday with a new single and the launch of a mobile phone social networking site that its designers said was a first for a major pop act.
PC World – Motorola has started testing 3G (third-generation) femtocells in Europe, a technology that should help to improve indoor reception and reduce at-home calling costs for 3G users.
Reuters – Salcomp (SAL1V.HE) said on Monday it has launched a new charger for portable devices with a USB connector, opening a new market beyond the mobile phones for the Finnish handset charger maker.