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Billing solutions company CSG has a few things to say about the Asian mobile content market, and specifically its place in it. “While CSG se… Read more »

Under the heading “What Next” we have this: “Offering his outlook for the age beyond 3G, Siemens’ Pauly says: “The Internet Protocol is taki… Read more »

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China Unicom has promised to provide more value-added telecom services based on BREW (binary runtime environment for wireless) platform to i… Read more »

“The holy grail for any content owner in the mobile content space is to build a direct relationship with consumers, one enabling them, via a… Read more »

This will put things in perspective: a single wireless related ad during SuperBowl, and that too, for an operator: Verizon Wireless. The com… Read more »

The Mobile Music Forum 2005, taking place in London 8th & 9th March 2005 will bring together all the members of the value chain to provide s… Read more »

Once you get past the first few paragraphs (after the vomitous phrase “going forward”) this is an interesting panel discussion about wireles… Read more »

Some cool 3D games are available on V Cast, with both brands – Spiderman and S.W.A.T. – being fairly strong. However each game costs an addi… Read more »

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The Financial Times is to embark on a new advertiser-funded model for its mobile content services, reports NMA. The company has also begun p… Read more »

Mobile Journeys is continuing Down Under, but so far all I’ve found is a blogger writing up a bit of stuff on a lecture on Mobile Digital So… Read more »

Swiss Post, Swisscom Mobile and the Museum for Communication in Berne are promoting camera phones and mobility. The idea is to have people s… Read more »

Mobile content provider iTouch is touting the idea that it might be sold soon, possible to MonsterMob. However, the Guardian put it the othe… Read more »

Deloitte has released its “TMT Trends: Mobile & Wireless Predictions 2005″ (PDF) report, and has something to say on mobile content. The rep… Read more »

Textually.org has linked to an Australian site that offers free SMS, with the ability to “mask” where your message is coming from. The SMS z… Read more »

A report has been produced indicating that WiMax and WiFi are the future of wireless communications, and their integration into 4G will effe… Read more »

Openwave Systems has completed its acquisition of Canadian wireless telecommunications software infrastructure vendor Cilys for US$10 millio… Read more »

Or how to increase profit when your business declines… Although Japanese ringtone providers have seen their subscriber numbers dwindle som… Read more »

This position will be the lead editorial role at the publication, with ultimate responsibility for all editorial employees. The Editor in Ch… Read more »

Nokia and Sierra Wireless are teaming up to develope High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) WCDMA (UMTS) technology. This offers speeds o… Read more »

Perhaps the biggest indication that mobile games have indeed “come of age” is that one of the most respected news organizations in the world… Read more »

Research commissioned by Nokia has revealed that consumers want more advanced mobile services as long as the benefits are explained clearly… Read more »

Games developer In-Fusio has bought Mobile Scope, a German mobile games developer, for an undisclosed sum. Mobile Scope also markets rington… Read more »

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