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2007-08-31 Mobile browser boosts Qtopia platform
Jataayu Software announced that it has integrated its mobile browser, wap stack and messaging technologies on Trolltech's Qtopia application platform for Linux-based mobile devices.
2002-02-27 KTF teams up with Microsoft for mobile browser
South Korea mobile carrier KT Freetel Co. Ltd has collaborated with Microsoft to develop a next-generation mobile browser.
2008-09-04 Google mobile browser runs on ARM, x86
Google founder Sergey Brin disclosed that it has modified its new Chrome browser to the ARM processor as well as to the x86
2011-11-11 Adobe flushes Flash for mobile
The software company said it would focus future development efforts on the HTML5 for mobile platforms
2005-10-19 Access, Oki ally for new mobile software
Access Co. Ltd and Oki Electric Industry Co. Ltd have agreed to work together to develop software components for
2011-08-23 Viewpoint: Mobile era has begun
Rick Merritt believes that HP's possible change in priorities and Google's acquisition of Motorola officially started the mobile era in technology
2010-02-26 Smarter feature handsets to invade mobile market
Broadcom Corp.'s Robert Nalesnik discusses trends in the mobile handset market, products and the company's strategies going forward
2004-11-24 Samsung selects Access Internet software for mobile handset
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has chosen Access Co. Ltd to provide advanced Internet software technologies for its mobile handset portfolio
2007-10-25 Nokia bares vision for next-gen mobile technologies
Nokia recently unveiled its vision for technologies that will shape the future of mobile devices at its research center in Oulu, Finland
2007-11-07 Mobile PC environment complements Windows
Phoenix Technologies Ltd is working with notebook makers to roll out HyperSpace, a basic application environment for mobile systems intended to be a kind of complement to Windows
2009-07-01 Mobile banking kicks off in Manila
SK Telecom and Citibank Philippines have joined forces to launch what it claims to be the first browser-based mobile banking service in the Philippines.
2010-03-26 Hot mobile technologies to watch for
Gartner Inc. offers 10 mobile technologies that will evolve significantly through 2011 in ways that will impact short-term mobile strategies and policies
2009-04-27 Hainan gets a taste of mobile TV
UTStarcom Inc. has been selected as the only technology supplier for the first mobile TV system across Hainan province, driven by China Telecom's Hainan branch. This is the first large-scale mobile TV system in China to adopt UTStarcom's end-to-end RollingStream platform
2011-08-01 Consumers prefer MEMS-enabled mobile devices
MEMS device activity analyst from Yole Dveloppement, Laurent Robin says, the developments in MEMS will drive accelerometers and magnetometers to be designed in to close to 50 percent of all mobile phones within five years
2011-08-03 Consortium releases mobile browsing benchmark
The EEMBC has created a benchmark tool for measuring the actual browsing performance of mobile devices
2007-10-05 ARM, partners develop Linux platform for next-gen mobile
ARM and six companies have collaborated to develop a Linux-based open source platform for next-generation mobile applications to address consumer demand for advanced applications on larger display mobile devices
2007-09-18 ARM takes on Intel in mobile Internet space
An ongoing project by ARM tries to define a product category to sit in the gap between the smart phone and the portable computerthe former being its turf and the latter Intel'swith mobile Internet as the overlap function
2011-09-15 ST-Ericsson opens tech center, beefs up mobile portfolio
The company's new technical center will provide local support and product demos for its wireless mobile products
2007-08-20 Seven Web-browsing tricks to make your smart phone act like an iPhone
If you can't afford or don't want an iPhone, you can improve your Web browsing experience on your smartphone by following seven mobile phone tweaks
2005-08-01 Removable media, DRM design challenges
Mobile-content business models are challenged by the limited on-board memory in handsets and concerns over rights management
2008-09-05 Opinion: Google's Chrome not yet for mainstream computing
My short test drive of Google's Chrome beta browser made it clear that the application is not ready for mainstream computing
2013-06-21 China's smartphone shipments to experience 6% YoY growth
IDC predicted that China's smartphone shipments will increase sharply this year while in 2017, shipments will exceed 460 million units to reach a market size of nearly $117.8 billion.
2014-12-16 Will Qualcomm's investment win China's trust?
Qualcomm said some Chinese licencees were under-reporting their sales, acknowledging that the company is in a licensing dispute with another Chinese company.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011
2011-05-26 Three companies to launch Windows Phone 7 smartphones
Acer, Fujitsu, and ZTE will deliver smartphones using Windows Phone 7 to help consumers interact with the 17,000 apps currently available on Windows Phone Marketplace.
2008-01-02 Swedish startups ring up cellphones
A tour around Stockholm, Sweden reveals a hotbed of cellphone developments--some of it disruptive, some of it in the category of technology searching for a solution.
2002-06-06 OSE, Ericsson partner on wireless handset platforms
OSE Systems Inc. and Ericsson Mobile Platforms have signed a comprehensive partnership agreement that allows OSE's RTOS to be licensed with Ericsson's platform technology
2008-09-11 Nvidia-Opera tie-up brings optimized Web browsing
Nvidia Corp. and Opera Software are working together to develop the full desktop Web-browsing experience. This includes the support for JavaScript, accelerated vector graphics and video content to smart phones and mobile Internet devices
2003-03-13 NTT DoCoMo, Samsung partner on GSM/GPRS i-mode handsets
NTT DoCoMo Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd have agreed to jointly develop handsets that are compatible with 2G GSM/GPRS wireless networks.
2010-09-20 Nokia aims to connect next billion to Internet
Nokia unveiled its strategy to connect the "next billion" people to the Internet by offering emerging markets with powerful yet affordable mobile phones and locally relevant Ovi services
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