Archive for December 6th, 2007

Motorola backs fourth-quarter forecast (Reuters)

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Reuters – Mobile phone maker Motorola Inc backed its forecast for fourth-quarter earnings and revenue growth on Thursday, sending its shares up 3.6 percent.

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AT&T Wireless Network Open to Outside Devices (PC World)

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PC World – Customers of AT&T’s mobile-phone service can attach outside devices and run outside applications, the company said Thursday, following an announcement last week that Verizon Wireless would open up its network.

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Motorola shares up after CFO reaffirms fourth-quarter guidance (Canadian Press)

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Canadian Press – CHICAGO – Motorola Inc. shares rose Thursday after a senior official of the cellphone maker affirmed its fourth-quarter outlook.

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AT&T will not unlock the iPhone to use on other networks (InfoWorld)

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InfoWorld – Customers of AT&T’s mobile-phone service can attach outside devices and run outside applications, the company said Thursday, following an announcement last week that Verizon Wireless would open up its network.

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Motorola backs fourth-quarter forecast (Reuters)

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Reuters – Mobile phone maker Motorola Inc backed its forecast for fourth-quarter earnings and revenue growth on Thursday, sending its shares up as much as 3.5 percent.

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Nokia N810: Review

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The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet is a handheld device for Internet access, messaging, enjoying music and videos, and a GPS navigator. The built-in GPS receiver along with the Wayfinder navigation software makes the product a full-featured in-car navigation system, Wi-Fi connectivity allows fast downloads and uploads, and the large screen makes it ideal for watching […]

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AT&T flings cellphone network wide open (USATODAY.com)

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USATODAY.com – NEW YORK – Starting immediately, AT&T customers can ditch their AT&T phones and use any wireless phone, device and software application from any maker – think smartphones, e-mail and music downloading. And they don’t have to sign a contract.

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