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

Virgin Mobile USA, a joint venture between Sprint and the United Kingdom-based closely held conglomerate headed by Sir Richard Branson, is m… Read more »

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“The figure, if correct, is 4.5 billion more than last year and almost double the 12.2 billion texts sent in 2001.” And is also a good indic… Read more »

Along with other things, MSFT gave a preview of its content download service for portable devices..the service is launching on Jan 6 (the si… Read more »

I’ve been waiting for something like this to come out. What is the problem with videophones? People aren’t used to holding the handset in fr… Read more »

India’s largest online portal has tied up with the country’s leading mobile service provider for SMS-based infotainment. Now Indiatimes 8888… Read more »

MPEG LA, which holds the patents for MPEG-2, has convinced InterTrust, ContentGuard, Sony, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co (the worlds big… Read more »

Howard Rheingold has written an “open manifesto” detailing what he believes needs to occur for the mobile web to be open and user driven. “I… Read more »

The three 3G operators in Singapore are up and running with 98 percent street coverage – beating the 95 percent requirement. This article is… Read more »

The big news at the moment is the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) being held in Las Vegas from Thursday 6th to Sunday 9th… Read more »

The recently announced consortium of 26 mobile carriers working on something called “Super 3G” left many people scratching their heads and w… Read more »

Well, the only one surprised are the companies in the industry….big money is now flowing in US in the ringtones business. Stratton Sclavos… Read more »

I am back in LA after a six week break. James is doing a stellar job, and he will be doing the majority of the postings from now on, as I wo… Read more »

The Australian government is trying to create a regulatory framework for mobile content, mainly to keep inappropriate content away from chil… Read more »

“Orb’s technology lets people access video, music or live TV on their home PC though anything with a Web browser–a cell phone, a PDA or a w… Read more »

3HK has now fully covered Hong Kong’s metro line, giving its customers something to do on that killer commute to and from work. Read more »

I love being right. Ringtonia has pointed to an article in the Asia Times about “Ad Phone”, which aims to replace the “ring ring” you hear w… Read more »

Textually.org has found a new blog, The South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami Blog, which has set up an alert system using SMS. The idea is… Read more »

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