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Fujin Technology, a UK-based systems integrator and services provider for the mobile operator industry, has launched a solution-set to address the problem of mobile content protection.

Posted Sep 16, 2005

Orion Information Services, Inc., (OIS), a technology firm that specializes in mobile content and service applications, has announced that is merging with CellPoint Connect AB, (CellPoint) a Sweden-based company that specializes in global hardware and software solutions for the wireless market.

Posted Sep 09, 2005

Oman Mobile’s picture messaging services or MMS is a form of communication, designed to make it easier for individuals to stay in touch.

Posted Aug 30, 2005

Glu Mobile (formerly Sorrent, Inc. and Macrospace Ltd.), a creator and global publisher of mobile entertainment, has announced that Time Warner Inc. has made an investment in the company's series D round of financing that was led by Granite Global Ventures in May of 2005.

Posted Aug 26, 2005

The Mobile Media Company, a global showcase developer and provider of personal broadcasting solutions, has announced the acquisition of a new round of institutional funding.

Posted Aug 19, 2005

StayinFront, Inc., a global provider of enterprise-wide customer relationship management (CRM) applications, decision support tools, data services, and eBusiness systems, has announced its latest portable handheld sales automation products, StayinFront Mobile, version 9.2 and StayinFront Companion, version 9.2.

Posted Aug 16, 2005

Laplink has announced the release of the retail version of Laplink Everywhere 4.

Posted Aug 12, 2005

CommonTime has announced that its mNotesT version 4 software is ready to mobilize Lotus Notes devices designed to run Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0.

Posted Aug 12, 2005

Buongiorno Vitaminic SpA, an Italian multinational provider of mobile value-added service (VAS), has signed an agreement for the acquisition of a 100% stake in Freever, a European company in the Mobile Community sector.

Posted Aug 05, 2005

Macromedia has announced findings of a new consumer survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Macromedia.

Posted Aug 02, 2005

Dwango Wireless, a developer and publisher of mobile entertainment content for lifestyle brands, and Napster, a brand in digital music, have announced the launch of the Napster Ringtones mobile phone service throughout Canada with Rogers Wireless.

Posted Jul 29, 2005

Alltel wireless customers can use their camera phones to create personalized postcards to send via mail to anyone in the United States with Fujifilm Mobile Postcard Service.

Posted Jul 29, 2005

Handheld devices are becoming increasingly useful at freeing business users from the constraints of the desktop to view documents. Unfortunately, mobile handheld devices share common limitations, not the least of which are small screens and slow network speeds. Here’s a look at some mobile document delivery hurdles, and the efforts being made to overcome them.

Posted Jul 27, 2005

HSL (Hay Systems Ltd), a provider of SMS gateway services, has announced the acquisition of key mobile messaging SS7 infrastructure to further their strategy of direct SS7 interconnects with the UK mobile networks for the delivery of SMS messages.

Posted Jul 19, 2005

The Mobile Media Company has announced the acquisition of Rubberduck Media Lab Limited. The Mobile Media Company is produces and delivers branded, made-for-mobile entertainment, interactive TV formats, and mobile marketing concepts.

Posted Jul 19, 2005

JCB, an international payment brand, has announced that JCB Co., Ltd. is teaming up with NTT DoCoMo Shikoku, Inc. and Symbol Tower Development Corporation to offer QUICPay Mobile contactless payment service at 23 stores and restaurants in Takamatsu City's Symbol Tower this month.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

SIRIUS Satellite Radio has announced an agreement with Sprint to offer select SIRIUS Satellite Radio programming.

Posted Jun 17, 2005

In the Old Economy, those who owned the exclusive rights to a product or service could become very wealthy. Today the tables have turned; it’s openness and the free availability of good ideas that drive value. The mindset of not only the content consumer is shifting, but also that of vendors and even content providers, which seek to find ways to profit from the new (digital) economy. peggy anne salz

Posted Jun 15, 2005

Nokia and Intel have announced a cooperation in an attempt to accelerate the development, adoption, and deployment of WiMAX technology, which is designed to bring new capabilities and data services to mobile users over broadband networks.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

NTT DoCoMo, Inc. and its eight regional subsidiaries have announced that they will offer a multimedia messaging service between imode users and customers of four operators in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Macao starting from July 1, 2005.

Posted Jun 14, 2005

People already create, distribute, and consume mobile information and entertainment in the forms of news, music, and games; now art has gone mobile too. Several organizations are harnessing mobile technology to bring art to the masses and to provide artists with new outlets and creative forms.

Posted Jun 09, 2005

New Yorkers always look like they know where they’re going, barreling down avenues, cell phone in hand. The secret is that they don’t, or rather they haven’t—until now. In fact, they may not actually be talking on those cell phones anymore, but instead using a relatively new service called HopStop, a MapQuest-like offering that uses mass transit and walking directions to get users from Point A to Point B in the five boroughs of New York.

Posted Jun 02, 2005

German media giant Bertelsmann reportedly pumped $85 million into the beleaguered Napster between 2000 and 2002, before Napster finally declared bankruptcy and its remains were scooped up by Roxio. So what did Bertelsmann get for its $85 mil? The short answer is, nothing. However, Bertelsmann did get something from its dalliance with Napster: a profound respect for P2P technology and its potential for content distribution.

Posted May 31, 2005

AvantGo, a service of the Sybase Inc. subsidiary iAnywhere Solutions, is moving fast in its efforts to push mobile content forward. The company beta launched the AvantGo Travel Tab at the end of May, with the specific intention of assisting its business traveler clientele. The project began last year when focus groups of business travelers around the world were asked how they use mobile technology and what they find important.

Posted May 27, 2005

The Mobile Media Company has announced the expansion of its relationship with mobile operator ‘3’ with the launch of a portfolio of mobile games and entertainment services for 3’s customers in Austria.

Posted May 24, 2005

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