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Spice mobiles to feature SRS WOW HD

The Mobile Indian | August 25, 2011 | Rahul Gupta Spice Mobility has tied up with SRS labs, a sound technology and enhancement solution provider, to incorporate the SRS WOW HD audio enhancement solution in its mobile phones. ...... Read full article via The Mobile Indian

New Nokia 500: An entry-level smartphone

Philippine Star | August 20, 2011 MANILA, Philippines - Nokia has announced that its entry-level touch-screen smartphone, the Nokia 500, will soon be available in the country. ..... Read full article here via Philippine Star

Aerius Phones to Ship in Ten Days From China for SAR Tests in Certified Lab in US

MarketWatch | August 11, 2011 LAS VEGAS, Aug 11, 2011 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- Aerius International Inc., AERS -17.91% today announced Rani Wu, Aerius engineer in Shenzhen China, reported Aerius smart phones will ship within ten days from Huaxin, their manufacturer in Shenzhen to the US, for SAR...

Google kicks off "Texas get your business online" workshops

Google Austin: A first-person, customer update Google.  They are the digital version of General Electric, but for the 21st century.   Both are classic, American-headquartered, global conglomerates, with diverse portfolios.  But, whereas GE’s goods and services have ranged from light bulbs to jet engines to TV...

Google kicks off “Texas get your business online” workshops

Google Austin: A first-person, customer update Google.  They are the digital version of General Electric, but for the 21st century.   Both are classic, American-headquartered, global conglomerates, with diverse portfolios.  But, whereas GE’s goods and services have ranged from light bulbs to jet engines to TV...

San Francisco moves to mandate radiation warnings on phones

The City of San Francisco will on Thursday hold a vote on whether to implement a controversial law which would make it mandatory for phone retailers to warn people about cellular radiation. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors already won unanimous approval for its “Right...

Mobile phone links Pakistan’s ISI to Osama bin Laden courier

The Telegraph | June 24, 2011 | Dean Nelson A mobile phone recovered during the US raid last month on Osama bin Laden’s hideout shows the al-Qaeda leader’s closest courier regularly communicated with commanders of a terrorist group linked to Pakistan’s ISI intelligence...

Latest Leak: HTC Glamor android phone for women spotted online

MSN News India | June 24, 2011 After HTC Bliss, pictures of HTC Glamor, another women oriented smartphone leaks online The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer is in news again. Rumored to have been developing an Android-based women-centric smartphone known as HTC Bliss in May, it now appears...

Micromax Q80 launched at Rs 4,999

India Today | June 23, 2011 Micromax Q80, the first push-email (ezmail) phone from handset maker Micromax, was launched in the market on Thursday, priced at  Rs 4,999. …. Read full article here via India Today  

Intcomex, Inc. Announces Signing of Distribution Agreement with RIM, and the Incorporation of Its Mobile Phone Product Line

MarketWatch | June 21, 2011 | Press Release Intcomex, Inc. Announced the Signing of a Distribution Agreement with RIM and the Incorporation of Its Line of Mobile Phone Products for Latin America and the Caribbean MIAMI, Jun 21, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Miami, Florida...

Brazil May Mobile Phone Subscriptions Rise 1.16% On Month

Wall Street Journal | June 22, 2011 | Rogerio Jelmayer SAO PAULO (Dow Jones)–Brazil mobile phone subscriptions increased to 215 million in May, up 1.16% from April, according to figures released late Tuesday by telecommunications regulator Anatel. New subscriptions totaled 2.5 million in May, Anatel...

InfoSonics Launches the New, Affordable i310 Flip Phone

InfoSonics | June 16, 2011 | Press Release SAN DIEGO, June 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- InfoSonics Corporation (NASDAQ: IFON) today announced the launch of its new verykool® i310 handset in Latin America. "Our new verykool® i310 is a 2G flip phone that is an upgraded version of one of our most...

MAXX launches phones for style-savvy

India Blooms | June 20, 2011 Mumbai, June 20 (IBNS) MAXX Mobiles, one of India’s largest homegrown mobile phone companies, on Monday launched a new slider QWERTY keypad phone – MAXX Vista (MS502), in three color themes of pink, orange and blue. .... Read full article here...

Wuzhou Changlian Holds Mobile Phone Case Exhibition

Shenzhen Wuzhou Changlian | June 7, 2011 | Press Release SHENZHEN, China, June 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- From May 30 to June 5, Shenzhen Wuzhou Changlian International Trading Co. held an iPhone 4 case and phone accessories exhibition lasting 5 days in Dongguan, China. During this period, special staff were...

Tycoon Clash Means Less Money for Mexico Billionaires as Consumers Benefit

Bloomberg | May 24, 2011 | Crayton Harrison An escalating confrontation between Carlos Slim and two fellow billionaires is driving prices lower for phone, Internet and TV services inMexico, a boon for consumers that could boost the nation’s economy. ..... Read full article here via Bloomberg

The Hindustan: Your phone will give away all your secrets

The Hindustan | May 11, 2011 | Aloke Tikku The government is setting up phone monitoring systems across the country that can not only listen to your phone conversation, but can also track down your precise location on a map and match your voice with...

A brand new flexible phone friend?

Shortly after the Nexus One was released there was a small controversy regarding a cracked screen. HTC allegedly responded by suggesting that mobile phones don't belong in your pockets.  I can't say that I am entirely clear on exactly where HTC thinks we should be...

Obama thought the White House would have cooler phones

The presidential office can be full of disappointments, it seems, on the technological as well as political end of the spectrum.

INQ Cloud Touch – yet another Facebook phone

Another day, another Facebook phone wannabe, and this time it's the INQ Cloud Touch.

Government tightens phone tapping norms

The Economic Times | March 22, 2011 | Deepshikha Sikarwar NEW DELHI: The income tax authorities will need to go through another layer of scrutiny before they are allowed permission to listen to private phone conversation. All requests for phone tapping of tax offenders or those...

Nokia extends mobile money service to Union Bank in India

Bloomberg | March 21, 2011 | Vidya Root Nokia Oyj (NOK1V), the world’s biggest maker of mobile phones, has started supplying mobile banking services for a Union Bank of India offering aimed at phone customers who don’t have bank accounts. The Union Bank Money Powered by Nokia service...

Mexican phone, TV firms raise ante

Wall Street Journal | March 10, 2011 | Jose De Cordoba MEXICO CITY–Three powerful billionaires, lambasting one another as "monopolists" and "duopolists," filed complaints against each other Wednesday, ratcheting up a battle over Mexico's $35 billion telecommunication and broadcast markets. First, a coalition of 25 cable,...

Christchurch quake: Much of city left without vital services

New Zealand Herald | February 23, 2011 | Hamish Fletcher Much of Christchurch is without essential services after yesterday's earthquake with gas, power, water and phone infrastructure all affected by the 6.3-magnitude tremors. Contact Energy turned off the gas supply to the city last night and...

CHT and Opera bring Hami services to more phones

The Financial | February 22, 2011 The FINANCIAL -- Smartphones are not the only phones that give people access to Internet services. Any phone can, as long as it has a smart browser. Opera Software and Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd on February 22 launched a special version...

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