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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-11   

It's official: Miami is Talk City or at least it's Cell Phone Talk City according to a report Thursday from Verizon Wireless which says that Miami residents talk on their wireless phones more than other cell phone users.

Verizon Wireless released the results of a nationwide survey of the largest cities in the U.S. Miami callers made and received an average of calls every month to daily calls. Residents of the second place city in the survey Los Angeles

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Posted by iMark on 2006-09-09   

Panasonic Communications Co. Ltd. on Friday said it plans to offer a WiFi phone for the Skype Internet telephony service.
The phone will be Panasonic's first in a series of products the company has planned for the Voice over IP service used by more than million people worldwide according to Skype.

Panasonic based in New York and a subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. said in a statement that the upcoming products follow Internet calling as it enters the

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Posted by inet on 2006-09-07       Article Source : EE Times

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has developed an intelligent mobile display driver IC that enables liquid crystal displays (LCDs) on handheld devices to deliver clearer images in broad daylight.

Unlike conventional ICs that merely drive the display Samsung's chip automatically determines the optimal image output based on the brightness of ambient light measured. While enhancing the visibility of onscreen images outdoors this driver can reduce the display's power consumption nearly percent by lowering the backlight's brightness indoors Samsung said.

The photosensor and intelligent driver

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Posted by iTech on 2006-09-04   

Global mobile operators and device makers are betting that the next level of transmission technology will ramp up mobile phone usage in a way that thirdgeneration technology has so far failed to do.

Socalled fourthgeneration (G) mobile technology now being developed would allow twoway communication in voice video and data on a scale that was previously impossible companies said at a Samsung G Forum mobile conference.

G would allow mobile users on the go to enjoy services that they can now get through personal

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Posted by inet on 2006-09-03   

Motorola Inc. has announced a strategic initiative to develop mobile WiMax chipsets for the company's nextgeneration WiMax devices.

Motorola's initial chipset will focus on core .e mobile WiMax functionality supporting voice video and data for low power mobile applications in handsets and modules. These first chipsets are scheduled to support commercial Motorola WiMax devices in for carriers in North America Japan and around the world including Sprint and others.

Motorola is working with its silicon vendors on the overall fabrication of the chipsets.

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-12   

Sprint Nextel not satisfied with just G (thirdgeneration) mobile data will roll out a faster G network using WiMax later this year.

The network which will start to be rolled out by the fourth quarter and reach as many as million people around the U.S. by the end of next year will offer downstream speeds of megabits per second to mbps Sprint said Tuesday. Combined with fast uplinks WiMax will offer enough bandwidth for mobile videoconferencing transfers of large enterprise

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Posted by inet on 2006-08-04   

Verizon Wireless has announced a digital music player called "Chocolate" that uses a cell phone made by LG Electronics to play songs downloaded over Verizon's wireless network.

With its circular scroll pad the device looks like Apple Computer's iPod MP player adding another player to an increasingly crowded market. Microsoft announced July it would soon release a digital music player called "Zune."

Chocolate Specs

Verizon's Chocolate will probably differ from both products in that it uses wireless links both to download

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-28   
Microsoft Corp. said on Thursday that mobile smartphones and devices running its Windows mobile operating system are gaining market share from Research In Motion Ltd.'s Blackberry.
Robbie Bach president of Microsoft's entertainment and devices division did not specify how much market share it has grabbed but said the business was doing well.
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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-27   

Nokia continues to push the envelope with highend multifunctional handhelds introducing two new Nseries phones that let you shoot and share digital video take better pictures and otherwise entertain yourself while not holding a conversation.
The N and N both are touted as "multimedia computers" by the world's leading phone maker which has initiated a big push into the mobile imaging realm. With the N you can capture DVDqualty home videos connect to a TV to play the clips transfer

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Posted by inet on 2006-07-26   

Comic book fans will soon have many more choices on where to find media for mobile phones. Sprint on Thursday officially launched a service through content provider uclick at the ComicCon International in San Diego.
GoComics subscribers agreeing to pay $. monthly now have an option through Sprint to choose from several titles they can download through a mobile reader.

Verizon Wireless Cingular Wireless and other carriers will also begin offering the GoComics service in August said Jeff Webber

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Posted by inet on 2006-07-24   

Skype the voiceoverInternet company is now directly offering mobile phones to go with its free Internet calling. The company introduced four new Skypecompatible WiFi handsets. These are the first phones directly from Skype.
The phones are being manufactured by four different companies: Belkin EdgeCore Netgear and SMC. They operate when in the presence of a WiFi hotspot do not require a computer connection and automatically synchronize with a Skype account. The phones also include several Skype features such as enabling

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Posted by inet on 2006-07-23   

Home VoIP subscribers continue to adopt Internet phoning at a rapid rate growing from . million households in the first quarter to . million in the second quarter market research firm Telephia said Friday.
Vonage captured the lion's share of the VoIP business with a . percent market share. Far behind in second and third place were Verizon VoiceWing and AT&T CallVantage each with a . percent share.

More than percent of subscribers cited network quality as the primary

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-21       Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Skype today announced four WiFi phones that will let Skype users make free Skype calls using any WiFi network. The phones will be preloaded with Skype software and will let consumers make free calls to traditional landlines and lowcost calls to mobile phones.
The phones will all be available this quarter. The WiFi Skype phones will be made by Belkin ($. list price) EdgeCore ($ list price) Netgear (from $ list price) and SMC ($ list price).

Several of the

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Posted by inet on 2006-07-19   

Foundry Networks on July will try to raise the bar on voiceoverIPready network switches when it debuts its third generation of chassis switches built for VOIP and wireless traffic.
Foundry is claiming the highest Power over Ethernet density in its new FastIron SX and FastIron SX and slot switches.

The FastIron SX provides up to Gigabit Ethernet POE ports with a redundant power supply.

As VOIP gains mainstream status and enterprises engage in either

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Posted by iTech on 2006-07-17   

In a breakthrough that could someday supercharge the creation of new mobile devices a Motorolaspinoff company has announced a new kind of magnetic memory chip.

Earlier this month previously unknown chip maker Freescale announced the commercial availability of the megabit magnetoresistive RAM chip or MRAM which features the best qualities of current memory chips without their drawbacks.

Rather than use electrical charges to store information MRAM chip uses a magnetic field.

"Universal Chip"

Typical PC RAM is fast but

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