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‘Magic Talk’ Software Allows for Free VoIP Calling
16/08/2010
Taiwanese computer maker, Acer, has teamed up with Indian wireless carrier, Reliance Communications, to launch a new mobile broadband-enabled netbook computer.The Acer Aspire 532h features a built-in EV-DO Rev A modem, allowing it to access the internet wirelessly at speeds of up to 3.1-Mbps, from approximately 66 Indian cities. In other areas, the netbook will be able to access Relaince’s...
 
“Supply Constraints” Force Bell Mobility to Pull HTC Legend
19/08/2010
Canadian wireless operator, Telus Mobility, has announced plans to discourage customers from receiving paper bills in an effort to cut costs and safeguard the environment.Beginning September 21, the company will charge customers $2 for each paper bill they receive.“Paper bills are more expensive. You’ve got to produce them, print them, and mail them. The two-dollar charge represents...
 
18% of European Households Use Mobile Phones Only
09/12/2007
Almost one fifth of European households have gone completely wireless, curring off their landline telephone subscriptions to use mobile phones alone, according to a recent study by the EU’s statistical office.Eurostat reported that there were 95 wireless subscriptions per 100 EU inhabitants as of 2005, up from just 8 per 100 in 1996, and that 18% of households had mobile phones only as of...
 
3 Brings BlackBerry Torch 9800 to UK Market
07/10/2010
Canada’s two leading cell phone carriers, Rogers Wireless and Bell Mobility, both announced this week that they are testing fourth-generation (4G) wireless technology.Rogers is working with telecom equipment giant, Ericsson, which is testing 4G technology at an Ottawa research location. Bell, meanwhile, has completed the technical testing phase and is conducting real-life trials in Montreal...
 
40% of Young Australians Forgo Landline Phone Service
06/04/2009
A significant percentage of young Australians don’t bother to buy a landline phone when getting their first home or apartment, according to a recent report by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.Of 18- to 24-year-olds who no longer live with their parents, only 60% still have a fixed-line telephone in their household. That compares to 88% of the general population, and 96% of...
 
40% of Young Australians Forgo Landline Phone Service
04/04/2009
American telecom giant, AT&T, is planning to begin selling netbook PCs for as little as $50 to customers that sign a two-year DSL and wireless broadband contract.This is similar to the business model AT&T uses to market cell phones; subsidizing the cost of a handset in exchange for a contractual commitment on the part of the consumer. The offer will initially be available in Atlanta and...
 
5-Billion Mobile Phones in Use By End of Year, UN Predicts
11/02/2010
Canadian telecom giant and Olympic sponsor, Bell Canada, has released a free virtual cowbell application to drum up excitement about the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, which begin in Vancouver tomorrow.The novelty application simply displays a large cowbell, which rings whenever you shake, tap, or click your device (depending on model). It is available for the Apple iPhone 3G/3GS, Samsung Omnia, and...
 
60% of Germans to Use 3G Wireless Services by 2012
07/11/2008
AT&T’s leading wireless executive said yesterday that the carrier is working with Apple to devise a way for the popular iPhone device to be used as an ad hoc cellular modem when connected to a laptop.The company expects to release a sanctioned tethering solution “soon,” said AT&T Mobility president and CEO, Ralph De La Vega, in an interview at the Web 2.0 Summit....
 
80% of Canadians Used Internet in 2009
04/05/2010
Canada’s official opposition leader, Michael Ignatieff, is promising that if elected Prime Minister, he would extend high-speed internet access to all rural, remote, and northern communities.Ignatieff says he would ensure 100% broadband access within three years of taking power, and claims that this would cost just $500 million, which could be covered by the proceeds of Canada’s next...
 
82% of Canadians Have Home Internet Access, Ipsos Reid Reports
25/10/2009
The New Zealand division of international cell phone giant, Vodafone, has launched an innovative new marketing campaign involving a symphony created entirely with SMS ringtones.The project involved 1,000 mobile phones and 2,000 text messages sent in a precise sequence to duplicate Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.53 distinct ringtones were used to create the Vodafone commercial, which was...
 
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