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Nokia to take mobile email to corporate masses

Nokia to take mobile email to corporate masses

Nokia, the world's largest maker of mobile phones, said it was launching a corporate email system to allow workers at almost any level to send and receive mail from their mobiles.
Staff Writers Sep 14 2005, 10:30AM Mobility
Interview: Iraq mobile phone use could grow 400 percent in 2005

Interview: Iraq mobile phone use could grow 400 percent in 2005

The number of mobile phone subscribers in Iraq could grow by 400 percent to about five million by the end of 2005, a leading telecommunications operator in the strife-torn country said on Sunday.
Richard Dean Sep 13 2005, 1:30PM Mobility
India's mobile base surges to 63 mln in August

India's mobile base surges to 63 mln in August

India's booming wireless sector, the world's fastest growing major mobile market, added 2.73 million new users in August, taking the total number of customers to 63.099 million, industry bodies said on Thursday.
Shailendra Bhatnagar Sep 9 2005, 11:30AM Mobility
Apple unveils iPod-mobile phone, even smaller iPod

Apple unveils iPod-mobile phone, even smaller iPod

Apple Computer has unveiled a mobile phone that plays music like an iPod and a pencil-thin "iPod Nano" digital music player, both aimed at extending its domination of the digital music market.
Duncan Martell Sep 8 2005, 12:00PM Hardware
PluggedIn: Voice, not video, is mobile firms' calling

PluggedIn: Voice, not video, is mobile firms' calling

It looks like a sunny day in Italy when Emanuele Sivieri in Milan holds his mobile phone to the window, sending a fuzzy image all the way to Sweden.
Daniel Frykholm Sep 5 2005, 11:00AM Mobility
Asia telecoms firms look beyond borders for growth

Asia telecoms firms look beyond borders for growth

Asia's top telecoms firms are casting their eyes overseas for acquisitions to drive new growth as their home markets reach saturation, but investors fret the increased competition may hit margins and pile up debt.
Kim Miyoung Sep 5 2005, 9:00AM Mobility
Apple's iPod to set European mobiles ringing

Apple's iPod to set European mobiles ringing

European mobile phone operators are jumping on the iPod bandwagon and hope to secure deals that will give them access to a wealth of hot tracks from Apple Computer's famed iTunes music store.
Staff Writers Sep 2 2005, 10:30AM Mobility
No brain cancer link to mobile phones, study says

No brain cancer link to mobile phones, study says

Ten years of using a mobile phone results in no increased risk of a tumour in the nerve connecting the ear to the brain, researchers said on Tuesday.
Staff Writers Aug 31 2005, 3:11PM Mobility
Indian mobile industry to hit US$24 bln in sales

Indian mobile industry to hit US$24 bln in sales

India's galloping wireless industry, the world's fastest growing major mobile market, will see revenue growing 36 percent annually by 2009 as call rates drop and handsets become cheaper, research firm Gartner said.
Staff Writers Aug 31 2005, 8:54AM Mobility
Program targets phone tower concerns

Program targets phone tower concerns

A "package of initiatives" has been announced aimed at improving how mobile phone towers are deployed.
Vivienne Fisher Jul 28 2005, 2:44PM Mobility
Queensland Police target motorists using mobile phones

Queensland Police target motorists using mobile phones

Queensland Police are targeting motorists using mobile phones while they are driving.
Vivienne Fisher Jul 13 2005, 3:21PM Mobility
ACA rules target adult mobile content

ACA rules target adult mobile content

The Australian Communications Authority has issued rules prohibiting phone companies from supplying content that is rated x18+ or has been refused classification.
Staff Writers Jul 1 2005, 10:15AM Mobility
Loss-making Siemens division bets on channel

Loss-making Siemens division bets on channel

Siemens' communications division posted a loss for the quarter ending 31 March but its Australian arm is forging ahead, seeking fresh blood for its reseller channel to boost sales.
Fleur Doidge Jun 8 2005, 4:58PM Collaboration
Airline introduces SMS check-in

Airline introduces SMS check-in

Singapore Airlines has introduced check-in by SMS for frequent flyers and users of its website, from most cities in its global network.
Staff Writers Jun 8 2005, 2:59PM Mobility
Never get lost with GPS notebook-phone

Never get lost with GPS notebook-phone

Italian vendor Dialogue has launched the Flybook, an ultra-portable full-featured tablet notebook complete with WLAN, Bluetooth, GPRS, 3G and GPS functionality.
Fleur Doidge Jun 2 2005, 10:15AM Hardware
Australians embrace mobile phones

Australians embrace mobile phones

The number of Australian mobile phone users will grow to 19.2 million this year, according to an industry analyst.
Vivienne Fisher May 31 2005, 11:49AM News
Hackers double Symbian attack

Hackers double Symbian attack

Some 52 previously unknown trojans targeting mobile phone operating system Symbian appeared in the 24 hours ending 20 April, a security firm said.
Staff Writers Apr 22 2005, 2:12PM Security
Car company breaches Spam Act

Car company breaches Spam Act

The Australian Communications Authority has fined a Melbourne car company for breaching the Spam Act.
Vivienne Fisher Apr 6 2005, 2:01PM News
Vodafone extends global partnerships

Vodafone extends global partnerships

Vodafone has extended its global distribution agreements with channel behemoths Ingram Micro and Tech Data to pursue sales opportunities in business mobility.
David Binning Mar 10 2005, 12:00AM Mobility

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