Archive for November 5th, 2009

Walkman phones forgotten already, here comes the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

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Only a couple of years ago, Sony Ericsson’s Walkman mobile phones were among the hottest products in the industry. They were stylish, small, features were allright, and above all, they were fine portable MP3 players. Where are Walkman phones today? At eBay and other auction sites, because Sony Ericsson is promoting a new brand; Xperia. […]

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How on earth can Nokia sell a mobile phone for 20 euros?

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In principle, there are two ways to succeed in the mobile phone industry. You can design an attractive phone with all the features technology allows. Apple’s iPhone that only wealthy people can buy is an example of this approach. The other way is to make dirt-cheap phones that practically anyone, even in remote villages can […]

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EU agrees on Internet, telecoms user rights (AFP)

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AFP – The European parliament and EU nations have agreed new rules to improve the rights to European mobile phone and Internet users, and offer more protection against illegal Internet porn and copyright abuse.

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HP MEMS Could Shake up Motion Sensing (PC World)

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PC World – That accelerometer in your new iPhone 3GS must seem pretty cool, switching the phone to landscape view and steering you through racing games and all. But it’s nothing compared with what Hewlett-Packard has come up with.

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EU agrees on new Internet user rights (AP)

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AP – EU lawmakers and governments agreed Thursday on proposed new telecommunication rules that better protect European mobile phone and Internet users from arbitrary service cutoffs.

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Pre-paid mobile ban hits Kashmiri lovers (AFP)

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AFP – Secret lovers in Indian-controlled Kashmir, used to arranging trysts on their mobile phones, are up in arms over a ban on pre-paid connections announced last week by the government.

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T-Mobile Suffers Outage for Some Customers

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T-Mobile said some of its customers are were experiencing voice and data service outages.

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