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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-07       Article Source : TechWeb News

Though New York City hasn't gone as far as San Francisco and Philadelphia in pushing for public access to wireless technology, but one non-profit group has taken steps to make it affordable.

NYCwireless announced this week that it has made broadband available in 120 housing units in the Bronx.

The target=_blank >Mount Hope Housing Company announced that 1,250 apartments will have the service at a cost of only $19.95 a month by early next year. Eventually, about 5,700 residents of

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-07       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

Satellite television operator DirecTV is planning to deliver its television content to mobile devices, the Reuters news service reported Thursday.
The service said that DirecTV CEO Chase Carey told financial analysts in a conference call that the company was working with "an array of partners" to deliver television content to mobile devices.

"That is going to be how you continue to expand the DirecTV experience beyond simply television," Carey told analysts, according to Reuters. He added that DirecTV will provide

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-06       Article Source : CRN

A new souped-up BlackBerry could usher in a new wave of applications for mobile workers, solution providers said.

Available Nov. 21 through Cingular Wireless, the BlackBerry 8700c from Research In Motion (RIM) offers substantial improvements in memory, voice quality, network speed and processing power, solution providers said.

“The processor improvement has been long overdue, because the 386-based BlackBerry processor has a tough time with any substantial application,” said David Bean, president of eAccess Solutions, a BlackBerry solution provider in Palatine,

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-06       Article Source : AP

In another time and place, college students wondering whether the campus cafe has any free seats, or their favorite corner of the library is occupied, would have to risk hoofing it over there. But for today's student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, that kind of information is all just a click away.

MIT's newly upgraded wireless network - extended this month to cover the entire school - doesn't merely get you online in study halls, stairwells or any other spot on

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-05       Article Source : CRN

Cable TV companies and networking vendors are angling to provide infrastructure for municipal Wi-Fi coverage, and for some solution providers that spells opportunity.

Comcast's recent investment in wireless mesh networking vendor BelAir Networks and Cisco Systems expected entry into the mesh networking hardware market later this month, among other developments, have turned a spotlight on cities and towns looking to build wireless networking infrastructure. Phil Belanger, vice president of marketing at BelAir Networks, said cable companies are looking seriously at mesh networks

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-05       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

Near-Field Communications (NFC), a short-range wireless technology that enables, among other things, cell phones to be used to make payments, will become huge, but it will take another two years before that happens, a study released Wednesday by ABI Research says.

Already in use in some parts of the world for making payments with cell phones, ABI analyst Erik Michielsen noted that this year was the year that NFC started to become known and the applications discussed. However, he said in a

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-05       Article Source : InformationWeek

The acquisition of Zurich-based Media-streams.com AG will give Microsoft engineering talent, technology, and intellectual property it can apply to products for Internet phone calls that work in conjunction with E-mail, Web conferencing, and SMS software
  
Microsoft disclosed Thursday that it has acquired a Swiss software company that builds apps based on voice-over-IP technology.
The acquisition of Zurich-based Media-streams.com AG will give Microsoft engineering talent, technology, and intellectual property it can apply to products for Internet phone calls that

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-05       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

Users are more likely to give up than seek assistance when they run into difficulties when using using mobile data applications, a survey released Thursday says.

The survey, conducted by NOP on behalf of Olista, which provides services for cellular operators, found that 64 percent of respondents who actually tried to use mobile data services said they'd give up trying after one or two attempts if they ran into trouble. Only two percent said they would seek help from the operator. About

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-05       Article Source : TechWeb News

Nokia Corp. on Wednesday unveiled an open-source, mobile-phone Web browser that's based on technology from Apple Computer Inc.

The new browser is for the Finnish company's S60 advanced cellular phones. It's been built on WebCore and JavaScriptCore components of Apple's Safari Web Kit, an open source Web rendering engine for mobile devices. Apple uses the components in its Safari browser that ships with its Mac computers and notebooks.

Nokia, the world's largest handset maker, made the announcement at its Mobility

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-05       Article Source : EE Times

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Nokia Corp.'s first phone capable of receiving mobile broadcast TV, the N92, employs a novel industrial design using a hinged, 2.8-inch display that lets the device sit on a table like a portable DVD player or twist into an LCD viewfinder like a handheld video camera.

While the design appears compelling, the launch underscores the still uncertain rollout for mobile broadcast TV. The N92 will be available in mid-2006 for Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) frequencies used in Europe.

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-04       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

The coming year will be pivotal in terms of deployment of new and improved wireless broadband technologies but 3G cellular data service will dominate over the next few years, according to a market study by Northern Sky Research.

The study noted, for instance, that the first commercial deployments of fully certified WiMAX will occur in 2006 and that significant progress will be made in establishing the 802.16e standard for mobile WiMAX. The study predicted 500,000 users will have signed up for fixed

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-03       Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

Sprint Nextel and three large cable operators Wednesday said they have formed a "landmark" joint venture that will enable them to offer a converged mix of wireless and wired access and content.
 
That mix of products will include both wireless and wireline VoIP voice telephony, wired and wireless Internet access and cable-related content delivered to mobile devices.

Sprint entered into the joint venture with Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications and Advance/Newhouse Communications. The joint venture will be funded with

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-03       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Nokia Inc. has announced a commercial service management solution for DVB-H services, the Nokia Mobile Broadcast Solution 3.0, that supports the broadcasting of different types of digital content such as live TV, radio and video clips over DVB-H networks to mobile devices.

Key features of the MBS 3.0 include the Electronic Service Guide (ESG), a consumer interface in the mobile device for searching available services, setting alerts for upcoming programs and for the viewing selection. Additionally, the MBS 3.0 offers

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-03       Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Nokia Inc. has announced a commercial service management solution for DVB-H services, the Nokia Mobile Broadcast Solution 3.0, that supports the broadcasting of different types of digital content such as live TV, radio and video clips over DVB-H networks to mobile devices.

Key features of the MBS 3.0 include the Electronic Service Guide (ESG), a consumer interface in the mobile device for searching available services, setting alerts for upcoming programs and for the viewing selection. Additionally, the MBS 3.0 offers

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

IPTV will become the next global growth industry, with a potential market of 200 billion RMB (Chinese currency), according to a study by Analysis International. The China IPTV market, in particular, will skyrocket, reaching 16.7 billion RMB in revenue and nearly 17 million users by 2009, the group adds.

The early stages of market cultivation may pose some threats and risks, the group says. Uncertain regulations, insufficient hardware platforms, an immature value chain and unclear business models are the main concerns right

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