Reuters – Mobile phones under development by Google Inc and its partners face slipping delivery schedules, with the first phones not likely to arrive until late 2008, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Archive for June 23rd, 2008
Reuters – Motorola Inc shares slumped 7 percent on Monday to their lowest levels in five years after analysts downgraded the mobile-phone maker on fears it cannot staunch market share losses in North America.
PC Magazine – According to a study released Monday by the NPD Group, U.S. consumer purchases of mobile phone handsets dropped by 20 percent from January to April, an indication that retailers may need to turn to accessories to increase their revenues. To date, however, consumers aren’t buying.
AFP – The disposal of massive numbers of unwanted mobile phones will be a key focus of a five-day meeting on waste management which started Monday in Indonesia, organisers said.
Reuters – The world’s top cellphone maker Nokia said on Monday it has agreed to buy social networking start-up Plazes as part of its major push into offering Internet services.
PC World – Motorola and Kodak on Monday launched the ZN5, a new candy bar-style mobile phone with a 5.0-megapixel camera, the first…
Reuters – New mobile phones being developed by Google Inc and more than 30 partners based on software called Android will arrive in the fourth quarter, a schedule that some cellular carriers and program makers are struggling to meet, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
PC World – Google’s new mobile phone software, Android, faces delays, the Wall Street Journal reports
Reuters – After taking on the big and small screens, comic book heroes like Spiderman and Superman may soon be appearing on an even smaller screen — your mobile phone.