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CinemaNow Partners for Mobile Movie Downloads (30 Apr 2008)
Digital entertainment provider CinemaNow and mobility software and services provider uVuMobile have partnered to offer a service for consumers to preview movie trailers on mobile phones and remotely download full-length movies to compatible consumer electronic devices.
Verizon Wireless Adds 1.5 Million Subscribers in Q1 (30 Apr 2008)
Verizon Wireless added 1.5 million subscribers, beating AT&T, which added 1.3 million in the quarter. However, its growth rate was down from 1.7 million in the same quarter last year. Verizon Wireless still trails AT&T in the total number of subscribers, at 67.2 million compared with 71.4 million.
Apple's iPhone SDK Off to The Races (30 Apr 2008)
At least that seems a reasonable conclusion based on today's announcement that over 100,000 developers have downloaded the free software development kit (SDK) Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled last week.
Brightpoint Buys U.K. Wireless Business (30 Apr 2008)
Brightpoint also agreed to certain contingent cash earn-out payments based on specific operating performance metrics which may be paid out over the next three years and not exceed $7.2 million.
Are Cell Phones a Threat to Google? (30 Apr 2008)
Almost two-thirds of Americans have had some experience with mobile Internet use, and the adoption trend is most pronounced among teens and young adults, according to Pew Research Center. About 60 percent of adults 18 to 29 use text messaging every day, compared with only 14 percent of their parents.
Profitable Rogers Will Bring Apple's iPhone to Canada (30 Apr 2008)
Rogers Communications, Canada's largest wireless network operator, saw a robust start to 2008, with a bump in both subscriber base and first-quarter revenue. Rogers expects the company's data-plan adoption rates will be further boosted by the introduction of Apple Inc.'s iPhone to Canada, which Rogers expects to announce later this year.
Mobile market ripe for femtocell loving (30 Apr 2008)
The stars are aligning to create a market that's ripe for femtocell technology, according to a report from analyst house Infonetics Research - but don't start counting your mobile-access-point chickens just yet.
Mobiles to come under attack from 'bad guys' (30 Apr 2008)
Mobile devices are going to become the next big target for cyber criminals who will be helped by the greater availability of tools to develop software for them.
Cool tech gets down with the kids (30 Apr 2008)
Social trends and the zeitgeist are more important than how good a new technology actually is when it comes to what consumers buy, according to Gartner.
At Gartner's co-located mobile & wireless and enterprise & networking conferences in London, the analyst house pointed to Apple as an example of a business whose success can be attributed to how firmly it keeps its finger on the pulse of cutting-edge cool.
Kids flocking to Blyk to bag free calls and texts (30 Apr 2008)
An ad-funded mobile network that offers free calls and texts to 16- to 24-year-olds has signed 100,000 UK users in the first six months of operation.
Motorola suffers a Q1 loss (30 Apr 2008)
Motorola on Thursday reported a first-quarter loss of $194m, or 9 cents per share, up from a loss of $181m, or 8 cents a share, in the same period last year.
Orange SME mobile tariffs get a new flavour (30 Apr 2008)
Venture customers get the same deal, except they can get both unlimited UK landline calls and unlimited texts if they are on 24- or 36-month contracts. Momentum customers get unlimited Orange-to-Orange calls on contracts more than 18 months, along with 20 per cent more inclusive minutes. A 36-month contract will earn Momentum customers a 20 per cent line rental discount.
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