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  • Global mobile handset shipments totaled approximately 1.15 billion in 2009, with enhanced phones and smartphones capturing approximately 81% of all handset shipments, according to the latest data from ABI research. According to industry analyst Celia Bo, "In recent years the major technology and application trends in handset design have focused on 3G (and...
    23 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Cellular and mobile broadband PC modem shipments grew more than 55% in 2009. In 2008, a total of 46.4 million such modems (including USB models, PC Card modems, and wireless routers) shipped; in 2009, that figure grew to more than 72 million, according to the latest market data released by ABI Research. "The USB modem continues to flourish," says senior...
    21 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Apart from being interested in making its own mobile OS, HTC is also (obviously) planning ahead when it comes to the features of its future smartphones. During a recent even in South Africa (where HTC launched the Desire, the Legend and the Smart), one of the Taiwanese company’s officials mentioned that future HTC smartphones will come with HD (1080p)...
    19 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Olive Telecommunication, the company that launched India’s first Zipbook and India’s first AAA-compatible phone, is getting ready to launch a triple SIM phone. Called Wiz V-GC800, the triple SIM handset is reportedly capable of handling one CDMA connection and two GSM connections at the same time. The phone features a full QWERTY keypad, social networking...
    13 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • The number of mobile operators who have committed to deploy LTE advanced mobile broadband systems has more than doubled in the past year. There are now 64 operators committed to LTE network deployments in 31 countries, according to the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) as confirmed in the April 2010 update of its Evolution to LTE report. This...
    09 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Orange has developed its own smartphone running Google's Android operating system and is preparing to release it in Spain, the UK, Poland and Romania from 12 April, writes Les Echos on its April 6th edition. The "Boston" touch-screen handset, which will not be offered in France initially, will sell for EUR 1 with a subscription plan, as Orange pushes to...
    06 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Orange and OpenX Technologies, Inc. (OpenX) today announced a partnership to launch Orange Ad Market, a new online advertising exchange model designed to lead the evolution of online exchanges in Europe. Orange Ad Market will increase the value of display advertising by helping publishers maximize revenue and helping advertisers much more easily reach...
    01 Aprilie 2010/ Continuare
  • Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris and NYSE: ALU) today announced a 10 years contract with the Federal Agency for Digital Radio of Security Authorities and Organisations (BDBOS) to operate the digital voice and data communication system for all security authorities and organizations within the Federal Republic of Germany: the police forces of the Federation...
    26 Martie 2010/ Continuare
  • At CTIA Wireless 2010, Nokia Siemens Networks has unveiled an upgrade to its core mobile network technology that lets operators provide faster, more efficient mobile Internet services. The upgrade allows operators to offload Internet traffic at an optimal point in the network – typically close to an Internet peering point – in order to minimize the...
    24 Martie 2010/ Continuare
  • AT4 wireless, Inc. (Taiwan) has become PTCRB accredited laboratory for GSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA devices. This step allows completing the AT4 wireless Taiwan Laboratory’s accreditations in order to add conformance testing of GSM/GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA terminals to the existing portfolio of services, which also includes pre-conformance and design and...
    19 Martie 2010/ Continuare

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