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Samsung's OneDRAM super RAM promises to significantly boost the performance of portable gadgets by fusing two types of RAM on the one memory chip.
Irish telco, O2 Ireland has launched the first European Napster Mobile service, via i-Mode, provided as a managed service by Ericsson.
Hot on the heels of Telstra launching a range of Foxtel channels on its Next-G handsets, Vodafone has beaten Telstra’s 12 channels by now offering…
Friday, 08 December 2006 05:15

Palm sorts source code, but is it too late?

Palm has scored itself a perpetual licence for the operating system it uses on most of its devices, but market share figures suggest it will…
Monday, 04 December 2006 07:12

Labor coup shows politicians finally get SMS

Monday's victory by Kevin Rudd in a challenge for the leadership of the Australian Labor Party had at least one unexpected positive outcome: it demonstrates…
After multiple 'sightings' in recent weeks the iPhone has taken on the mythic status of a Loch Ness Monster or a Yeti: no one is…
The worldwide mobile phone market took another step towards reaching one billion units shipped for the year, with a total of 254.9 million units shipped…
Friday, 29 September 2006 13:52

NTT DoCoMo co-develops portable 3D display

Mobile communications company NTT DoCoMo, Inc. has co-developed a portable, seven-inch 3D display system together with Associate Professor Yasuhiro Takagi of Tokyo University of Agriculture…
The release by Palm of the Treo 750v 3G smartphone, running an enhanced version of Windows 5.0 and to be marketed in Europe by Vodafone,…
Monday, 11 September 2006 21:58

Nokia and Motorola partners on mobile TV

Giant mobile handset rivals Nokia and Motorola are teaming up to push forward the development of mobile TV services.




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