|Forum: Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies|
|Displaying Topics 41 - 80 (68 total) Sorted by: Date-Last-Post, Direction: reverse|
|41:|| 802.11n Wi-Fi Standard Finally Approved|
"Finalization of the new wireless networking standard--which is capable of delivering throughput speeds up to 300 megabits per second (and even higher)-- took exactly seven years from the day it was conceived..."
|Sept 14, 2009|
|42:|| iPhone SMS Vulnerability: Apple To Release A Patch Via iTunes|
"An O2 spokesperson said the patch would be available Saturday through iTunes."
|July 31, 2009|
|43:|| Skype App for iPhone|
"... free Skype for iPhone will finally be available to download from the iTunes App Store sometime on Tuesday."
|Mar 30, 2009|
|44:|| Mobile Broadband To Come Bult-in To Laptops|
"Phone firms, chip makers and PC manufacturers are uniting to push mobile broadband on laptop computers."
|Sept 30, 2008|
|45:|| Judge Dismisses iPhone Battery Lifetime Lawsuit|
"Apple Inc. won't face a lawsuit claiming it didn't immediately tell customers about the limited life of batteries for its iPhone..."
|Sept 27, 2008|
|46:|| T-Mobile To Sell G1 Google Android -Based Phone in The U.S From Oct 22|
"I am not sure people are going to be lining up at stores for this device," said Rajeev Chand, an analyst with Rutberg & Company. "The iPhone was a game changer from a consumer perspective. The Google phone may be more of game changer from an industry perspective."
|Sept 24, 2008|
|47:|| Wireless Operators to Standardize Mobile Interface|
"a group of mobile operators Tuesday unveiled an initiative that seeks to create a standard and secure mobile Web service interface that can be used across multiple devices."
|July 2, 2008|
|48:|| Web Use On Mobiles Surges, Says Google|
"We have very much hit a watershed moment in terms of mobile Internet usage," Matt Waddell, a product manager for Google Mobile, said in an interview. "We are seeing that mobile Internet use is in fact accelerating.
|Mar 19, 2008|
|49:|| Apple to Encourage iPhone Application Developers|
"Mr. Jobs announced a low-cost software development kit that outside programmers can use to create programs for the iPhone, much as they now write the vast majority of the programs created for the Macintosh."
|Mar 7, 2008|
|50:|| Mobile Web Has Teething Trouble|
"It all looks good, but the wireless communications business smacks of a soap opera, with disaster lurking like your next dropped call."
|Nov 28, 2007|
|51:|| Microsoft Previews Deepfish Mobile Browser|
"Deepfish's unique interface enables you to zoom in and out of page, quickly getting to the areas you are interested in without screen length after screen length of scrolling."
|Mar 29, 2007|
|52:|| Verizon Passed on Apple iPhone|
"Verizon Wireless.. passed on the chance to be the exclusive distributor of the iPhone almost two years ago, balking at Apple's rich financial terms and other demands."
|Jan 29, 2007|
|53:|| SMS Adoption Sky Rockets in USA - Texting is Finally In|
Interesting report on the shooting growth of SMS messaging in the United States: "A total of 48.7bn SMS messages were sent in the last six months of 2005, up 50 per cent from 32.5bn in the first six months of last year..."
|Aug 31, 2006|
|54:|| Yahoo Locks in MS Mobile|
" Yahoo Inc. on Wednesday said its mobile services is now available for download on phones that use Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Mobile operating system."
|Aug 30, 2006|
|55:|| Most Phones and PDA's Sold on Ebay Contain Private Data|
Be careful when you sell that phone on ebay or to a buddy! "sensitive information is retained in the Flash memory of the devices because of a widespread failure to perform the advanced hard reset required to delete data."
|Aug 30, 2006|
|56:|| RIM in Yahoo! Deal for Blackberry|
Following a recent patent settlement RIM are keen to become a mobile portal.
|Apr 6, 2006|
|57:|| RIM settles NTP patent fight with $612.5M payment|
"Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) announced late today that it has agreed to pay $612.5 million to NTP Inc. to settle the long-running legal fight between the two companies. The patent dispute had threatened to end RIM's popular BlackBerry e-mail service to millions of users in the U.S. and has been the subject of a contentious, four-year patent battle between the two companies. "
|Mar 4, 2006|
|58:|| TMobile Phone Rocks Status Quo with Default Google Page|
TMobile is the first major mobile carrier to put Google as its default search page on all handheld phones. The mobile market is seen by many analysts as the most important new market to capture since the internet boom of the mid 90's.
|July 2, 2005|
|59:|| Rim Adds Yahoo and AOL IM to Blackberry|
"Instant messaging will become a more prominent feature on Blackberrys under separate agreements by Research In Motion Ltd., the maker of the popular wireless e-mail devices, with both America Online Inc. and Yahoo Inc."
|Mar 16, 2005|
|60:|| Opera Software Announces The Opera Browser for Windows Mobile|
Opera announces intention to produce a version of Microsoft Windows Mobile Software.
|Sept 1, 2004|
|61:|| Microsoft Opens Up CE|
"Developers will be able to license one copy of Windows CE 5.0 for just US$3 to begin working on any changes they wish to make to the code, and manufacturers start paying a fee only when they begin shipping commercial products."
|June 29, 2004|
|62:|| Verisign Selected as Directory Manager for a Radio-Frequency ID|
|Jan 23, 2004|
|63:|| Palm will buy Handspring||June 4, 2003|
|64:|| First PDA to Use Opera Browser|
The new Sharp Zaurus features embedded Opera browser.
|Sept 5, 2002|
|65:|| Palm Admits m130 is Only 12 Bit Color Capable|
Billed as showing over 65,000 colors, it turns out that the Palm M130 can only display 4096 via hardware.
|Aug 20, 2002|
|66:|| Sony Clie PEG-T615C Review|
Overall, the Clie 615 is a reasonably sleek unit featuring a color display and the Palm 4.1 OS.
|July 22, 2002|
|67:|| Palm m130 Review|
Hands on with my newest toy/tax deduction.
|Apr 3, 2002|
|68:|| Palm - Dead Company Walking?|
"Microsoft is poised to do for PDAs, what they did for spreadsheets, word processors, browsers... Give it 3-5 years and they will crush Palm and all other handheld devices that have OS-not-microsoft operating systems."
|Mar 27, 2002|