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Economic Conditions Reducing Mobile End-User Spending Up to 15%

Mobile end-user ARPUs dropped between 5% and 15% year-over-year in 4Q-2008 compared to 4Q-2007. China, India, and a number of other Asian markets dropped more than 10%.  more

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Mobile Computing and Consumer Electronics Devices to Drive the Next Wave of Rapid GPS Growth

Although cellular handset will continue to dominate shipments of devices with integrated GPS, the next growth spurt will come from mobile consumer electronics and mobile computing applications,  more

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Indian Politicans Told to Avoid Mobile Phones

The senior official of a regional Indian political party, the Biju Janata Dal's Prasanna Patasani has warned fellow politicians to avoid excessive use of mobile phones during the countries forthcoming elections, more

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Turning Soldiers' Helmets into a Wireless Mesh Network

Engineers at Vanderbilt University's Institute for Software Integrated Systems (ISIS) have developed a system that can give soldiers just such an edge by turning their combat helmets into "smart nodes" in a wireless sensor network. more

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Nokia Phone Found Inside a Bag of Crisps

Bags of crisps used to come with a small blue sachet of salt in them so that customers could add salt to suit their personal taste. Now it seems that bags of crisps could come with a Nokia mobile phone in them instead. more

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Mini-Notebooks Made Explosive Entry into EMEA PC Market in 2008

Thanks to robust consumer demand in Western Europe in the run up to Christmas, overall EMEA mini-notebook shipments reached 3.6 million units, in line with expectations, representing 20% of total portable sales and 30% of consumer portables in EMEA in 4Q08. more

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Could Wireless Controlled Drug Delivery Devices be Hacked?

Electronic implants that dispense medicines automatically or via a wireless medical network are on the horizon. Australian and US researchers warn of the security risks in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology. more

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Global Semiconductor Sales Fell by 2.8 Percent in 2008

Global sales of semiconductors were severely impacted by the world-wide economic turmoil in 2008 resulting in the first year-on-year drop in sales since 2001, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported today. more

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Vodafone Expands Mobile Advertising in Greece and Netherlands

Mobile advertising agency, MADS says that it has won contracts from Vodafone Netherlands and Vodafone Greece to integrate mobile adverts within their Vodafone live! portals. more

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