Archive for November, 2009
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Chipmaker Infineon has moved one step closer to supplying chips for high-end devices of Nokia by announcing a collaboration to create chips for the next mobile network generation.
One gadget that does it all is just around the corner. If Apple announced a next-generation iPod that made you a macchiato and then automatically uploaded a video of you drinking it to YouTube while noting the experience on Twitter, would you be terribly surprised?
eBay is playing virtual Santa this holiday season with a free "Deals" app for the iPhone that leads consumers to the better buys on the auction site. Launched Tuesday, eBay Deals is designed to deliver a stream of the best deals on the site from across hundreds of millions of listings. ...
AT&T launched a prepaid wireless broadband service on Monday, following the lead of competitor Verizon Wireless. Pricing for the new AT&T DataConnect Pass plans are the same as what Verizon Wireless is charging. Customers can pay $15 for a daily pass with a data usage cap of 75 megabytes. A weekly ...
MOBILE phones appear to be "very safe", says an expert who points out that people were initially suspicious about mains power and microwaves. Professor Rodney Croft, executive director of The Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research (ACRBR), says concerns over the location of mobile phone base stations should similarly dissipate over ...
Mobile device maker HTC has announced two new touchscreen smartphones – the Tattoo and the Hero – both of which run the Linux-based Android operating system.
Apple's App Store boasts more than 100,000 apps and more than 2 billion downloads, but not all of its developers are as happy as some would think. One well-respected developer decided to call it quits.
FOR the best part of a year, Google has been telling us all that its open-source Android operating system is going to change the world of mobile phones.
Mobile chip maker Qualcomm said Thursday that it has started providing new wireless chipsets that combine 3G and 4G wireless technology to help carriers transition to the next generation of wireless technology.
Boston -- According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, Apple became the world’s most profitable handset vendor in Q3 2009. Nokia slipped into second position, as margins have been hit hard by both the economic downturn and a stagnant presence in the United States.