InfoWorld – Microsoft began displaying advertisements to mobile users of its MSN site in the U.S. on Monday.
Archive for December 10th, 2007
Canadian Press – DALLAS – Texas Instruments Inc., which makes chips used in more than half the world’s cellphones, narrowed its fourth-quarter outlook Monday, saying it expects sales and profits to be toward the higher end of its previously announced expectations.
Reuters – Microchip maker Texas Instruments Inc said on Monday mobile phone chip demand was a little better than anticipated, relieving investors and sending its shares up more than 6 percent, as it increased expectations for fourth-quarter revenue and earnings.
InfoWorld – While Google’s Linux mobile phone platform, Android, has been stealing the spotlight, another longer-standing mobile Linux group is also moving ahead.
PC World – While Google’s Linux mobile phone platform, Android, is currently in the spotlight, the Linux Phone Standards Forum also is making progress.
AP – More than one in eight households have cell phones but lack traditional landline telephones, according to a federal study released Monday that tracks the country’s growing dependence on wireless phones.
Reuters – Microsoft Corp. began on Monday to place advertisements on its U.S. MSN Mobile page, moving into the nascent mobile phone advertising business.
Reuters – Kylie Minogue fans now have a new way to indulge their obsessions — via mobile phone.
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.
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.