AFP – T-Mobile said Monday it plans to launch a mobile phone powered by Google’s Android software, making it the first operator to do so and posing a direct threat to Apple’s popular iPhone.
Archive for August 18th, 2008
USATODAY.com – Spotty wireless broadband connectivity for some of Apple’s new iPhones most likely results from a problem with a chipset provided by Infineon Technologies.
AFP – British mobile phone giant Vodafone said Monday it had completed the purchase of a 70-percent stake in state-run Ghana Telecommunications.
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