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Amplefuture, a provider of consumer interactivity solutions for television and mobile phones, has announced the launch of the AFL Pocket Portal. AFL Pocket Portal is an application that sits on the mobile handset menu and gives content providers and media companies the opportunity to provide consumers with a branded storefront in their customer’s pockets with magazine-like features. It also provides links to purchase a range of information services and content such as music, images, and games.

Posted Feb 15, 2005

WiFi access has been cropping up in some unexpected places lately. While access at airports and other hubs of activity is useful, if not terribly surprising, WiFi is slowly making its way to more off-beat locales. New York has made Bryant Park and other public areas WiFi-enabled; Starbucks and retailers around the country provide access while you sip your latte, grab a burger, or make copies. The latest on the WiFi roadmap is the city of Tempe, Arizona. And you better believe that the state the Grand Canyon calls home is doing WiFi in a big way.

Posted Feb 11, 2005

iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., has announced that its mobile technology has been chosen by Brink’s; Lufthansa Systems; The Office of the Sheriff, Charles County, MD; Pioneer Hi-Bred; Reed Elsevier; and Winfield Solutions.

Posted Jan 28, 2005

inCode, a wireless technology and business consulting firm, has announced its Top 10 predictions about the European and global wireless market in 2005.

Posted Jan 28, 2005

Textalert.com, an online service for sending promotional and marketing text messages to customers, has launched.

Posted Jan 14, 2005

SmartVideo Technologies, Inc. has announces agreements that will allow SmartVideo to deliver television broadcasts from NBC Universal and The Weather Channel to cellular-internet enabled mobile devices ("Smartphones") using Microsoft's WindowsMedia Mobile technology. SmartVideo has announced a similar agreement with ABC News that will allow for the distribution of on demand video and live news coverage.

Posted Jan 11, 2005

iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., has launched the latest version of its AvantGo service for managing and viewing mobile Internet content offline or online.

Posted Jan 11, 2005

Sprint and Nextel Communications, Inc. have announced that their boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive agreement for a merger of equals.

Posted Dec 17, 2004

Revenue leakage, insufficient marketing, and inadequate mobile operator business infrastructure rank high among the issues holding back the development of mobile commerce in Europe, according to a September survey of major mobile content providers. The Mobile Content Providers Confidence Study, conducted by Qpass, a U.S.-based provider of mobile commerce software solutions, revealed that 85% of mobile content providers believe operators are “constrained by poor or inadequate systems for mobile commerce.” Moreover, 70% of content providers deemed this situation “unacceptable.”

Posted Dec 10, 2004

SearchTeria and i-ZEST have announced that they have signed a partnership agreement in a search engine-based mobile advertising business.

Posted Dec 03, 2004

The Wall Street Journal Online at WSJ.com, a paid subscription news site, and Summus, Inc., a provider of mobile media applications, have announced the launch of a new mobile edition of The Wall Street Journal Online.

Posted Dec 03, 2004

JCB, an international payment brand, has announced that it will start a three-month pilot project for its mobile infrared credit payment system under the name "JCBeam Trial."

Posted Nov 30, 2004

NEC has begun marketing MobileStream, a high-definition video transmission system that has used 3G mobile data communications networks, such as NTT DoCoMo's FOMA service. NEC has also announced a Web page layout analysis system designed to make it easier to view pages on various devices.

Posted Nov 30, 2004

XinLab, Inc. has announced the release of its Java Mobile Media Processor (JMMP), designed to aid mobile service operators in their roll-out of value added services such as mobile messaging management solutions.

Posted Nov 16, 2004

DataWind has announced the release of the PocketSurfer Web viewer, a dedicated wireless Web viewer that is tailored to provide real estate information.

Posted Nov 12, 2004

Mobile content was once considered mass market and low value, so primitive DRM solutions sufficed. Today, the distribution of rich multimedia content and an increasing amount of sensitive corporate content mandates a much more stringent approach to mobile DRM.

Posted Nov 12, 2004

Opera Telecom, a provider of SMS services and interactive payment possibilities, has announced that its customers will now have access to the AllTheContent.com–ToutLeContenu.com (ATC-TLC) catalogue of video contents.

Posted Nov 05, 2004

Ebooks Corporation has entered into a five-year distribution agreement with Nokia Corporation of Finland to distribute a range of books via a new generation of Nokia smart phones.

Posted Oct 29, 2004

Networks In Motion, a wireless software solutions provider for mobile workforce management and location-based services (LBS), has announced the completion of an institutional round of venture capital funding of $5 million from Redpoint Ventures and Mission Ventures.

Posted Oct 29, 2004

Macromedia and NTT DoCoMo have announced that members of the DoCoMo-led global alliance of i-mode licensing companies will be offered Macromedia Flash Lite to provide their mobile Internet users with rich interactive experiences.

Posted Oct 26, 2004

Sybase, Inc., a provider of enterprise infrastructure and wireless software, has announced the launch of new technologies for wireless service providers, wireless ISV’s, and mobile device manufacturers.

Posted Oct 26, 2004

LexisNexis U.S. has announced the availability of LexisNexis content to attorneys and law firms through the BlackBerry wireless platform, developed by Research In Motion (RIM).

Posted Oct 22, 2004

Crisp Wireless, a provider of mobile applications and content management solutions for consumer-facing enterprises, has unveiled mLogic 3G Media and mLogic 3G Commerce.

Posted Oct 19, 2004

iAnywhere Solutions, Inc., a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., has announced that it is working with Sony Ericsson to provide AvantGo mobile content to users of the new Symbian-based P910 smartphone.

Posted Oct 15, 2004

The Financial Times has teamed up with Motorola to provide the mobile company's users with the business and financial news on their phones.

Posted Oct 05, 2004

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