Archive for May 14th, 2008

Steve Jobs Keynote Heightens Expectations for 3G iPhone (NewsFactor)

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NewsFactor – Apple’s announcement Tuesday that CEO Steve Jobs will keynote the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference is fueling speculation that Apple will announce a 3G version of the iPhone. Jobs will speak on Monday, June 9, at 10 a.m. The conference runs June 9-13 in San Francisco.

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Virgin Mobile USA in 'strategic' talks with SK Telecom (AFP)

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AFP – Wireless telecommunications group Virgin Mobile USA, Inc., said Wednesday it was holding “strategic” talks with SK Telecom, South Korea’s biggest mobile phone group.

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Nokia sells line fit automotive business to Novero (Reuters)

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Reuters – The world’s top cellphone maker Nokia said on Wednesday it would sell its line fit automotive business to Germany’s Novero GmbH.

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O2 prompts speculation over 3G iPhone (Reuters)

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Reuters – Telefonica’s O2 and Apple will be making a joint announcement in the “coming weeks,” prompting speculation that the U.S. firm is set to announce a new third-generation model of its iPhone.

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Samsung SGH-i200: Review

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Some products require time before we fully learn to appreciate them, while other products hit us as if it was love at first sight. The Samsung SGH-i200 belongs to the love-at-first-sight category, largely because of its dark elegance and solid Windows Mobile smartphone software. The product is a no-frills GSM smartphone with 2 megapixel camera […]

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Nokia sees half of cellphones with GPS in 2010-12 (Reuters)

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Reuters – Nokia (NOK1V.HE) plans to add navigation to half of the phones it sells within a few years to find new revenue streams amid decreasing handset prices, a senior official at the world’s top cellphone maker said.

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