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Innofone.com Inc., a public company that focuses exclusively on the global market for IPv6 (also known as the New Internet), has announced the acquisition of Mobile Technology Group (MTG), a provider of mobile solutions that enable companies to manage and distribute messaging, content, and commerce via mobile devices.

Posted Aug 11, 2006

Nokia and Loudeye Corp. have announced that they have signed an agreement for Nokia to acquire Loudeye for approximately $60 million.

Posted Aug 11, 2006

NTT DoCoMo, Inc., Japan's mobile communications company and its eight subsidiaries have launched a keyword search service that will enable users to perform searches from the Japanese iMenu portal for access to i-mode sites.

Posted Jul 21, 2006

i-Free, a Russia-based provider of mobile value added services, has teamed up with Samsung Electronics to develop a Java browser--offering subscribers access to premium entertainment at the Samsung Fun Club portal.

Posted Jul 21, 2006

NEC Magnus Communications has developed 3D spatial search technology for cell phones in collaboration with NETDIMENSION, CAD Center, Asia Air Survey, Asahi Kasei Microsystems, and CyberMap Japan.

Posted Jul 21, 2006

Secure Computing Corporation, which secures connections between people, applications and networks, has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire CipherTrust, Inc.

Posted Jul 14, 2006

Look closely at your cell phone. Watch out! It might be looking right back at you, sending information about your location to a map, where you will join other people in your town as dynamic parts of a real-time geophysical landscape. Cell phones like these are drawing the map of the future, according to the research team behind the SENSEable City Lab.

Posted Jul 11, 2006

Sybase, Inc., a provider of information management and mobility software, has announced the launch of Sybase Information Anywhere Suite, a mobile software platform.

Posted Jun 27, 2006

While Government regulation of communication may seem like a crystal-clear area of the law, the internet has kicked up a whole lot of static. The demand for anytime, anywhere internet access has gone sky-high. In June, the FCC auctioned off frequencies for in-flight wireless internet access on all domestic flights.

Posted Jun 22, 2006

Siemens and Nokia Corp. have announced that they will combine their mobile network operations to create a joint venture with annual revenues of 15.8 billion euro ($20 billion).

Posted Jun 20, 2006

JCB, an Asia-based global payment brand, with seven players in payment systems, terminals, Near Field Communication (NFC) and mobile technology, has announced the launch of a pilot project using an NFC contactless credit payment scheme.

Posted Jun 16, 2006

iAnywhere, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., has announced the general availability of RSS features for its AvantGo mobile Internet service.

Posted Jun 09, 2006

CommonTime, a global provider of provisioning of Lotus Notes/Domino mobility solutions, and CREDANT Technologies, a provider of mobile data protection solutions, has announced support for Windows Mobile 5 Smartphones and Pocket PC with CommonTime’s mSecure PDA security and management software.

Posted Jun 06, 2006

With an avalanche of mobile content coming online this year, subscribers can’t say they don’t have choices. They can complain about the tedious navigation process and confusing hierarchical menus they must endure to find and buy content, however. Navigation on mobile devices is particularly cumbersome, and most usability research suggests that users give up after 12 clicks or 30 seconds. Little wonder the industry is so excited about mobile search—thought by many to be a silver-bullet solution that will allow companies to present content within an acceptable click-distance and make that all-important sale.

Posted Jun 01, 2006

MobileLime, a mobile phone company, and Vision Payment Solutions, LLC, an electronic payments services provider, has announced an agreement that will allow Vision Payment Solutions to resell the MobileLime Mobile Rewards platform.

Posted May 26, 2006

Atom Entertainment Inc., a broadband entertainment provider, has announced that four new short films developed by AtomFilms Studio are premiering simultaneously on the AtomFilms Web site and on mobile phones.

Posted May 26, 2006

Wireless operators providing carrier-branded mobile search capability to subscribers are seeing growing sales of mobile content and increased revenues, according to metrics now available from JumpTap, Inc., a provider of white-label mobile search technology.

Posted May 26, 2006

Sybase, Inc., a provider of enterprise infrastructure and mobile software, has announced support for the new Motorola Q.

Posted May 23, 2006

Vodafone K.K. has announced that on October 1, 2006 it will change its company name to SOFTBANK MOBILE Corp.

Posted May 23, 2006

Xiam, a provider of solutions for Mobile Content Marketing, has added Social Networking Analysis (SNA) to its recommendations engine.

Posted May 23, 2006

Loudeye Corp., a provider of business-to-business digital media solutions, and Muze, a provider of entertainment information services, has announced that Muze has acquired Loudeye's U.S.-based services and operations in an asset purchase transaction for $11.0 million in cash.

Posted May 02, 2006

Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has announced a new agreement with Epocrates, Inc., provider of mobile and Web-based clinical applications, to make Wiley’s recently-acquired InfoPOEM’s medical content available to Epocrates users.

Posted Apr 21, 2006

Telestream, a provider of file-based workflow automation solutions for the broadcast and entertainment industry, has announced two new products as well as enhancements to its FlipFactory software product line.

Posted Apr 18, 2006

fastmobile, a provider of mobile integrated messaging and content solutions, has announced that it is working with BT to provide the technology that will power the carrier's mobile services.

Posted Apr 18, 2006

iAnywhere, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., has announced beta availability of SQL Anywhere 10, the next generation of its database and synchronization product for frontline environments.

Posted Apr 18, 2006

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