Category: Lifestyle


Jumbuck says mobile matches made in heaven

Jumbuck, an Australian VAS firm, is trying to translate the love affair people have with their phones into real life social relationships. “The mobile phone is a device that has a wonderful intimate relationship with the users,” said David Gibbs, the firm’s CEO, noting that as a device the phone had become “absolutely critical.” The […]

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Global Unichip seeing demand for 65nm and below processes rise

DigiTimes | July 12, 2011 | Traci Su, Jessie Shen Global Unichip has esimated that products requiring 65nm and below processing rose to account for more than 50% of its revenues in the second quarter, up from 45% in the first. Read the full article here via DigiTimes

by Traci Su, Jessie Shen Posted in Components, Lifestyle0 Comments


Foxconn breaks ground for Taipei IT mall

DigiTimes | July 12, 2011 | Ninelu Tu, Adam Hwang Foxconn (Hon Hai Precision Industry) on July 11 held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Taipei Information Park, an IT shopping mall project based on a BOT (build-operate-transfer) contract with the Taipei City Government. Read the full article here via DigiTimes

by Ninelu Tu, Adam Hwang Posted in Lifestyle0 Comments


Clinical Trial Of Mobile Health Monitoring Solution Starts In Singapore

Medical News Today | May 30, 2011 HP, SingTel, HealthSTATS and Frontier Healthcare Group today announced an 8-week clinical trial of a mobile health monitoring solution. The solution enables near real time information sharing to help healthcare professionals in the early detection, treatment and prevention of cardiovascular conditions. …. Read full article here via Medical News […]

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Telstra chief answers the call at Melbourne’s call centre

The Australian | April 5, 2011 | Tracy Lee IF you rang a Telstra call centre a month ago and was served by a nice, slightly nervous consultant called David, there’s a chance you were talking to the most senior person at the phone company. Prompted by a cheeky invitation from consumer boss Gordon Ballantyne, […]

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Chunghwa Telecom, Google top graduates’ dream employers list

Focus Taiwan| March 24, 2011 | Kendra Lin Taipei, March 24 (CNA) Taiwan’s telecom giant Chunghwa Telecom rose to the top of a list of dream employers for Taiwan’s college students, followed in second place by leading Internet search engine Google, a report released on Thursday found. After succumbing to food producer Uni-President Enterprises Corporation […]

by Kendra Lin Posted in Carriers, Industry, Lifestyle0 Comments


Son Travels to Fukushima

Wall Street Journal | March 22, 2011 | Yoree Koh Masayoshi Son is not a member of the fearless Tokyo Fire Department’s Hyper Rescue Squad that departed Monday for the troubled northern pocket of Japan. But the famously energetic chief executive and founder of Softbank is on a rescue mission of his own of sorts […]

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NTC spurns telcos on Internet download limits- Philippines

Business World Online | January 12, 2011 | Aura Marie P Dagcutan THE NATIONAL Telecommunications Commission (NTC) has junked a proposal setting a cap on Internet downloads after opposition from consumers. Jaime M. Fortes, NTC deputy commissioner, said in a speech at an industry forum yesterday the agency has deleted the provision on a draft […]

by Aura Marie P Dagcutan Posted in Industry, Lifestyle0 Comments


India is largest mobile advertising market in APAC with 5.8 billion impressions monthly

Frontier India | January 6, 2011 InMobi, the world’s largest independent mobile ad network, has released its updated network research report closing the year with a snapshot of mobile advertising trends in India between July 2010 and October 2010. “The Indian mobile advertising market continues to show rapid growth due to the improving ad ecosystem. […]

by Sandra Cuya Posted in Content, Lifestyle, Mobile Marketing0 Comments


Japan wants Apple to put Content Filter in iPhone

TechTree| January 5, 2010 | Samir Makwana Censorware to protect minors from accessing objectionable content The relationship between Apple and the Japanese government hasn’t been great last year. After cases of exploding Apple iPod batteries were reported, Japan is once again complaining about Apple. If Google’s squabble with China over content filtering wasn’t enough, here […]

by Samir Makwana Posted in Content, Devices, Lifestyle, Mobile Content, Software0 Comments

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