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Nokia relaunches 3310

Nokia relaunches 3310

Battery promises to last for 22 hours of talk time.
Samira Sarraf Feb 27 2017, 11:06AM Hardware
Smartphone users get 'text-walking' lanes in Belgium

Smartphone users get 'text-walking' lanes in Belgium

Pedestrians, cyclists, and now texters, get their own lane.
a Staff Writer Jun 17 2015, 7:17AM Mobility
Criminals rob Windows XP ATMs via SMS

Criminals rob Windows XP ATMs via SMS

Banks warned that Windows XP leaves cash machines open to SMS heist.
Stewart Mitchell Mar 26 2014, 6:54AM Security
Photos: Galaxy Tab stars in Samsung universe

Photos: Galaxy Tab stars in Samsung universe

Smartphone and series-nine flat-screen TVs in Christmas lineup.
Nate Cochrane Sep 23 2010, 11:07AM Printing
Lenovo sales up 15 percent, sells mobile phone division for $100M

Lenovo sales up 15 percent, sells mobile phone division for $100M

Despite strong financial results for its third fiscal quarter of 2007/08 and increased PC shipments in Asia Pacific (excluding China), Lenono has sold its entire interest in its mobile handset business to a private equity group led by Hony Capital, the private equity arm of Legend Holdings, for US$100 million.
Lilia Guan Jan 31 2008, 1:50PM Mobility
Coonan tells mobile providers "pull socks up"

Coonan tells mobile providers "pull socks up"

Senator Helen Coonan has criticised some premium mobile phone providers.
Staff Writers Jul 17 2007, 2:59PM Mobility
Freshtel heads into mobile phone market

Freshtel heads into mobile phone market

Australian ISP heads into mobile phone market, with European network enabler.
Lilia Guan Jun 27 2007, 10:30AM Collaboration
Hello…is anyone there?

Hello…is anyone there?

Mobile phone users should be careful returning missed calls the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) has warned.
Staff Writers Jun 21 2006, 9:34AM Security
Nokia, Motorola, Intel form alliance for mobile TV

Nokia, Motorola, Intel form alliance for mobile TV

Mobile phone giant Nokia has teamed up with other technology firms to promote the DVB-H technology standard for mobile TV.
Staff Writers Jan 24 2006, 8:30AM Collaboration
No raised cancer risk from mobile phones - study

No raised cancer risk from mobile phones - study

Using a mobile phone does not increase the risk of developing the most common type of brain tumour, according to a study.
Patricia Reaney Jan 20 2006, 11:16AM Mobility
LG Elec sees mobile phone sales over 70 mln in 2006

LG Elec sees mobile phone sales over 70 mln in 2006

LG Electronics expects to sell over 70 million mobile phones globally in 2006, up from an expected 55 million in 2005.
Staff Writers Jan 9 2006, 9:27AM Mobility
Samsung to set up mobile handset plant in India

Samsung to set up mobile handset plant in India

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has said it will invest US$15 million to set up a mobile handset plant in India as it looks to corner a bigger share of the world's fastest-growing mobile market.
Staff Writers Dec 12 2005, 9:30AM Mobility
Virgin still trying for China mobile deal: Branson

Virgin still trying for China mobile deal: Branson

A year after announcing he aimed to set up a mobile reselling service in China, Richard Branson said his Virgin Group was still trying to get a slice of the world's biggest cellular market.
Doug Young Dec 6 2005, 9:45AM Software
Nokia to boost handset production in China

Nokia to boost handset production in China

Top mobile phone maker Nokia will expand its handset production in China to boost capacity and flexibility to meet fast-growing worldwide demand, particularly from Asia.
Laura Vinha Dec 2 2005, 12:15PM Mobility
Nokia sees continuing hefty mobile market growth

Nokia sees continuing hefty mobile market growth

Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, expects global handset sale volumes to grow by more than 10 percent in 2006 compared to this year and sees slight to moderate growth in mobile networks.
Sinead Carew Dec 2 2005, 10:00AM Mobility
SemIndia to invest US$3bln in Indian chip facility

SemIndia to invest US$3bln in Indian chip facility

SemIndia plans to invest US$3 billion in a semiconductor chip-making factory in India, with technology from America's Advanced Micro Devices, officials from the companies said on Wednesday.
Staff Writers Dec 1 2005, 11:30AM Hardware
mBlox opens Australian operation

mBlox opens Australian operation

UK-based mBlox has opened in Australia and appointed a country manager, Hugh Haley.
Tim Lohman Nov 28 2005, 1:03PM Software
Nokia sees 2006 market beating expectations

Nokia sees 2006 market beating expectations

The chief executive of top mobile-phone maker Nokia has said the world market was likely to exceed expectations next year.
Staff Writers Nov 28 2005, 9:00AM Mobility
Cell phones are safe, Dutch health council says

Cell phones are safe, Dutch health council says

There is no evidence that radiation from mobile phones or mobile phone and TV towers is harmful to people, but more investigation is needed, the Dutch Health Council said in a new report.
Staff Writers Nov 24 2005, 9:29AM Mobility
Sony Ericsson reclaims number four handset spot from LG

Sony Ericsson reclaims number four handset spot from LG

Sony Ericsson reclaimed the number four position in the global handset market, pipping LG Electronics, on strong demand for its Walkman and camera phones, according to a survey.
Lucas van Nov 22 2005, 12:31PM Collaboration

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