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As expected, Steve Jobs has worked his magic yet again, getting Cisco to drop their lawsuit over the use of the iPhone name, with both…
The drama between Apple and Cisco over the iPhone trademark shows no signs of abating just yet, despite the briefest of possible statements at Cisco’s…
Windows Mobile-based Palm smartphones have finally reached Australia, with Palm announcing the Treo 750 - available on Telstra's Next G high speed HDSPA network.
Wednesday, 14 February 2007 08:42

AMD's each-way bet on mobile graphics

AMD, well known for its processors and ATI-branded graphics chips, has announced it will licence its graphics technology to other semiconductor manufacturers serving the handheld…
Monday, 12 February 2007 19:28

Vodafone to put Google Maps on handsets

Vodafone users will be able to pinpoint their location in Google Maps and search for local services under a deal between the mobile and internet…
Twenty-three mobile network operators have signed up for Omnifone's MusicStation, an 'all you can eat' mobile music service with a weekly subscription fee of just…
Nokia is to make its smart2go mapping and navigation software available for free download (from www.smart2go.com) and says it wil soon be available for most…
Want an iPhone? They’re on sale now, but from Cisco, not Apple, as a full page advertisement in the New York Times reminds us all,…
Touch-screens have been around for years, but get dirty, can be too sensitive, can require recalibration and need a revolution. Apple’s promising to deliver.
According to an article at Wired Blogs, Steve Jobs had similar iPhone naming problems when the Mac was originally launched, needing a US $2 million…




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