Articles tagged with: Music

Telstra Writes Down Value of Chinese Mobile Content Subsidiaries

Australia's Telstra has announced that it is taking a AUD138 million write-down on the value of its Chinese mobile content subsidiaries, the Octave businesses. more

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London Underground Commuters Want Mobile Coverage

Mobile phone networks are reportedly close to signing a deal with Transport for London to build a mobile network on the London Underground - and research from the consumer affairs magazine, Which? reveals that most commuters are backing it. more

Related Tags: london-underground, railway, leaky-feeder, coverage, 2g, UK


Ennio Morricono to Compose Ringtones for LG Smartphones

LG Electronics has announced the release of an exclusive collection of music and ringtones written by movie soundtrack maestro Ennio Morricone. more

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Hispanics are Important Mobile Marketing Targets - Survey

Cell phone usage is increasing at a faster rate among Hispanics than it is among the total population, according to a survey carried out by Scarborough Research.  more

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US Carrier Offers Unlimited Mobile Music Downloads - with Samsung Phone

Samsung Mobile has announced the launch of a handset that will be offered initially with a mobile music service from US network operator, Cricket.  more

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Mobile Content Merger: Livewire Mobile Buys FoneStarz Media Group

Mobile music distributor, Livewire Mobile says that it has acquired UK based FoneStarz Media Group, a mobile digital storefront and mobile content supplier currently working with many of the world's largest telecom and media brands. more

Related Tags: livewire-mobile, fonestarz, mobile-content, telecom, UK


Wireless Industry Supports Government's Opposition to an "iPod Tax"

Canada's wireless industry has confirmed its support of the Canadian Government's decision to oppose a new tax on MP3 players and smartphones as part of its copyright legislation.  more

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TeliaSonera Marks First Anniversary of LTE Network Launch

TeliaSonera is marking the one-year anniversary of the launch of its first commercial LTE networks, in Sweden and Norway.  more

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Smartphone Music Streaming Luring Users Away from P2P Services

Smartphone music streaming service, Thumbplay says that 70% of its customers who responded to a survey have stopped using Peer-to-Peer (P2P) services since engaging Thumbplay Music. more

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Shazam Starts Mobile Advertising Within its iPhone Application

Shazam, the music identification service has announced the launch, in the USA, of an in-app advertising service which allows advertisers to place adverts within the Shazam listening screen while a song is being identified by Shazam users more

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