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Qualcomm Acquires iSkoot Technologies

Qualcomm's Innovation Center (QuIC) has acquired iSkoot Technologies, a US based company that developed data compression technologies for mobile websites. more

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Semiconductor Kings Suffer Sales Tragedy in 2008

Shakespeare's adage, "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown," was certainly true for the kings of the semiconductor industry in 2008, with eight out of the Top-10 suppliers suffering revenue declines for the year, according to iSuppli Corp. more

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Cell Phones Are Helping Kids Learn in the Classroom

Educators, policymakers and wireless industry leaders joined together last week at the Mobile Learning Conference 2009 to discuss the promising future of educational technology in America and the key role the application of cellular technology and devices can play in helping kids learn in the classroom. more

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New CEO for Handango

Mobile software retailer, Handango hss announced the promotion of Alex Bloom from vice president of content and international to CEO and president, succeeding current CEO and president Bill Stone, effective from next month. more

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Nokia kick-starts GPS market in Europe

According to a new Ovum forecast, the market for GPS-enabled mobile devices will grow rapidly, from an estimated 163.9 million shipments in 2007 to almost 572 million in 2012. In the early years this growth has been driven by the CDMA players, namely Qualcomm, serving large CDMA markets, more

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Financial Crisis Hits Mobile Phone Sales as Q3 Shipment Growth Slows

The worldwide mobile phone industry felt the impact of the global financial crisis in the third quarter of 2008 (3Q08) as total handset shipments were down significantly over previous quarters. more

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Qualcomm Buys Irish Mobile Web Personalisation Firm

Qualcomm has acquired Xiam Technologies, an Ireland-based developer of wireless content targeting solutions. Xiam's MPOS technology enables mobile operators and brands to make personalized recommendations to individual consumers that are tailored to their unique tastes and preferences. more

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Brewing Up the Bible on Mobile Phones

Israeli network operator, Pelephone has launched a new application which puts the entire Hebrew text of the Bible onto its customers mobile phones.  more

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