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Australia’s incumbent telco Telstra has apparently finally figured out how to make mobile content work after a series of what can only be ca… Read more »

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Amp’d, the MVNO aimed at young people into extreme sports, has announced its gaming plans…the details are in the article, the most interesting point is that Amp’d doesn’t plan to seperate content based on the type of content but on the content itself. Case in point, […] Read more »

Bart Feder, president and CEO of The FeedRoom, explained to Lost Remote’s Steve Safran how the company became an ASP: “We recognized along t… Read more »

Wireless device operating system developer Symbian said it appointed Nigel Clifford as its chief executive officer, to take over the post in… Read more »

Coverage of Syndicate continues even though Rafat had to switch conferences today. He’ll be posting some more, including audio of the panel… Read more »

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Nokia has announced at E3 that it will make its N-Gage playable on its smartphones, which is good news for developers who can now create one… Read more »

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Newly-merged music giant Sony BMG has appointed Minick to provide its direct-to-consumer mobile multimedia download offering…”Sony BMG bel… Read more »

I picked up most of the mergers outlined in this article, but this one slipped by…”Vidiator, a provider of rich media delivery systems, ac… Read more »

Ninj has launched VirtualRadio, a software program for streaming online radio stations to your handset. The stations come over your operator… Read more »

The rollout of more attractive media services limited to specific DRMs, devices, etc. could be spuring more demand for consumer rights when… Read more »

Real Networks has announced that it’s Rhapsody service has been bundled into the new LifeDrive from palmOne. The LifeDrive is like an iPod f… Read more »

Business Standard: Will an MVNO (mobile virtual network operators) model work in India? London-based telecom research company Pyramid thinks… Read more »

Well, that’s stating the obvious, but interesting thing about this is they’re probably looking at smaller/one-person companies, not to help… Read more »

Rush Limbaugh adds podcaster to his resume June 3, when subscribers to Rush Limbaugh 24/7 ($49.95 annually) will be able to get a podcast fe… Read more »

– ISPs Dismiss BBC Worries over Foreign Control of Broadband: Foreign-owned ISPs have defended their position in the development of the UK… Read more »

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