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Combination ICs - Cheap as Chips?

In a time where cellular handset manufacturers and IC suppliers alike are fighting to maintain profit margins, whilst enhancing the competitiveness of their offerings, the use of combination ICs is an increasingly popular option. more

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GSMA Supports Thai Government's Move to Open 3G Auction

The GSM Association has welcomed and supported the Thai Government initiative to license the 2100MHz spectrum band for 3G Mobile Broadband. The GSMA urged the government to proceed with the license auction without delay. more

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Samsung to Supply LTE Modems to TeliaSonera from 2010

TeliaSonera says that it has secured delivery of Samsung supplied data modems for its LTE launch in Sweden and Norway in 2010. more

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Using Mobile Internet at a Dinner Party: Rude - In the Toilet: Less So

The vast majority of Americans agree that there are unspoken rules about mobile etiquette, and that checking e-mails, sending text messages and making phone calls while in the company of others is unacceptable.  more

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Telenor Launches Mobile Banking Service in Pakistan

Telenor Pakistan and Tameer Microfinance Bank together have announced the launch of a mobile banking service, which is being branded as "easypaisa".  more

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Packet One Gets Permission to Expand WiMAX Coverage

Malaysian WiMAX network operator, Packet One (P1) says that it has received the necessary approvals to also roll out its WiMAX service in East Malaysia. more

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Nearly Half of US Consumers Would Choose a "Green" Handset - At the Right Price

Nearly half of US consumers would be willing to consider a "green" cell phone, but only if the price, features, and performance were equivalent to a conventionally constructed phone. Just 7% would be willing to pay a premium, more

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Microsoft Expands Windows Live SMS Availability

MACH has announced the renewal of its relationship with Microsoft, and will extend the coverage of Microsoft's Windows Live mobile messaging services. more

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Sales Slowdown Prompts Re-evaluation Among PND Players

Recently one of the hottest products in the technology business, the Portable Navigation Device (PND) now has entered a period of slowing growth, spurring companies throughout the supply chain to re-evaluate their business models, more

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Nigerian Tower Operator Secures World Bank Funding to Expand Network

Helios Towers Nigeria (HTN) has secured a US$100 million investment from the World Bank's IFC as part of a US$250 million capital injection that will help the company increase its network to 2,000 sites nationwide. more

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