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Krusell's Top-10 Handset Sales Chart for April

The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, releases its "Top 10"-list for April 2009. more

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Electricity Meters to Transmit Usage Data over T-Mobile Network

Echelon and T-Mobile USA have announced an alliance to accelerate the adoption of the smart grid in the North American market by reducing the communications cost of smart meters through the deployment of Echelon's Networked Energy Services system over T-Mobile's GSM network. more

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Just Under 3 Billion SIM Cards Shipped in 2008

SIMalliance, the global association of SIM card manufacturers has reported that global SIM card shipments exceeded 2.9 billion units during 2008, more

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Mobile Phones Get Smarter at CTIA with Touch Screen Tech

This month’s International CTIA Wireless 2009 event in Las Vegas showcased in the mobile handset’s industry increasing focus on smart phones, as illustrated by prevalence of announcements related to touch-screen technology, according to iSuppli. more

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Contactless Smart Card Market Expected to Weather the Storm Caused by Economic Uncertainties

With Asia Pacific being a highly diverse geographic region with dissimilar market conditions, participants in the contactless smart card market should be prepared for varied reactions to the economic downturn.  more

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Visa Makes NFC Mobile Point-of-Sale Payments Commercially Available

Credit card merchant, Visa has announced the launch of the world’s first commercial Visa mobile payments service for point-of-sale transactions using Near Field Communications (NFC) technology.  more

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Survey finds smartphones transforming mobile lifestyles of college students

A recent survey of about 300 college students found that 27 percent own a smartphone as compared to the national average of 19 percent for working adults. more

Related Tags: smartphone, eu, text-messaging, edge, smartphones, tim, personal, instant-messaging, ims, target, students, cell-phone, texting,

Consumer Demand Steady for iPhone, BlackBerry - But What About the Palm Pre?

In recent years, ChangeWave consumer surveys have chronicled a seismic shift to smart phones, with Apple and Research In Motion locked in a two-horse race while most of their competitors have been caught in a downward spiral. more

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Nortel Software Upgrade Reduces GSM Base Station Power Consumption

Nortel is launching a "Smart Power Management" software platform that the company says helps reduce radio network power consumption in GSM networks and delivers significant energy and cost-savings for mobile operators. more

Related Tags: base-station, o2, tim, china-mobile, cdma, ovi, iden, nortel, bts, gsm, beijing, cmcc

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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