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ITX has announced that it will establish a wholly owned mobile business company, Quattro Media, by integrating its group companies' mobile business resources (not including the mobile handset sales operations).

Posted Oct 01, 2004

AvantGo has releases the results of its 2004 Mobile Lifestyle survey.

Posted Sep 24, 2004

While their spelling would make your English teacher cringe, the brevity and simplicity of SMS (Short Message Service) messages can’t be be denied. Long the rage in Europe and Asia, SMS is exploding in the U.S. As it takes off, companies of all types are exploring how to use SMS as a content delivery mechanism, a marketing tool, and a platform for internal communications.

Posted Sep 17, 2004

The ability of wireless networks to reach virtually any point on the planet makes mobile communications one of the most important and challenging frontiers for the enterprise. To be successful, organizations must absorb mobility into their way of doing business. This fundamental transformation demands new methods—and a new mindset.

Posted Sep 13, 2004

CYBIRD has announced that it will demonstrate its interactive communication technology that allows users to receive information on digital TV programs and commercials on their mobile phones via infrared connection, at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) 2004 to be held in Amsterdam beginning September 10.

Posted Sep 07, 2004

Picture this. You’re going to visit relatives across the country; to amuse yourself on the journey you take a few movies and favorite TV shows, a couple of audio books, a few thousand of your favorite songs, and an inordinate number of new photos to show your family when you arrive. So what did you have to cram in your carry-on? Nothing more than a slim Portable Media Center (PMC) that takes up about as much room as a couple of CD cases.

Posted Sep 07, 2004

Increasing complaints by new media firms that big-name media companies are blocking their access to content has prompted EU Competition Commissioner Mario Monti to launch an investigation. Speaking before an audience of telecommunications and entertainment companies in Brussels, Monti said his office would open an inquiry later this year into the provision of content—music, films, and sports—over the Internet for such services as video-on-demand (VoD).

Posted Sep 01, 2004

CoreMedia, the German-based content technology company, has announced a new phase of the MINDS project (Mobile Information and News Data Services for 3G), which is funded by the European Union.

Posted Aug 20, 2004

Index Europe, a subsidiary of Index Corp., and M6 Web, a subsidiary of the French TV station M6TV, have agreed to co-launch a mobile content service for users of i-mode service in France.

Posted Aug 13, 2004

NEC has announced the development of a GPS-based golfer information service, whereby the locations of players on a golf course and their scores are displayed on a large screen or a PC monitor in real-time.

Posted Aug 10, 2004

SearchTeria has announced plans to launch a cellphone advertising service based on a search engine on August 23.

Posted Aug 06, 2004

Sorrent, Inc., a creator and publisher of mobile entertainment, has raised $20 million in Series C financing led by BA Venture Partners.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

RDK has announced a new biometrics-based system that is designed to enable users of mobile devices, such as PDAs and cellphones, to easily and safely make online payments using fingerprint, voice, and iris authentication, and other biometrics technologies.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

Duke University has announced that it will distribute Apple iPods to its incoming freshmen, as part of an initiative to encourage creative uses of technology in education and campus life.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

LexisNexis, U.S. has announced an enhanced release of LexisNexis Total Search, the company's Web browser-based application that allows legal professionals to search the lexis.com service and a law firm's internal work product simultaneously.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

JCB, an international payment brand, AEON Credit Service, a retail-affiliated credit card company, and NTT DoCoMo have jointly announced that JCB and AEON have developed the QUICPay payment solution for cards with contactless IC chips.

Posted Jul 23, 2004

Systems Engineering Consultants (SEC) and KDDI R&D Laboratories have announced that they have successfully developed a TV application and a BML-compatible browser for a mobile phone capable of receiving digital terrestrial TV broadcasting and linked communications/broadcasting services.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

YellowPages.com has announced that AT&T Wireless will feature the YellowPages.com Directory on its mMode service using OpenMotion LLC's OpenMotion wireless platform.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

CoreMedia has announced the availability of its next generation service infrastructure for content protection and delivery.

Posted Jul 16, 2004

Mobile Streams, a mobile content company, has announced that it has established operations in the Latin American region with the opening of four subsidiary companies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Mexico.

Posted Jul 16, 2004

AvantGo, a mobile internet service, is now available to Mac OS X users through The Missing Sync from Mark/Space, Inc

Posted Jun 22, 2004

In an effort to release wireless’ potential, the the New Media Institute (NMI) has launched a Mobile Media Consortium to foster collaborative relationships with mobile-minded companies.

Posted Jun 21, 2004

According to a study released by market research company In-Stat/MDR, the mobile market is experiencing increased demand for video services as cell phone companies begin rolling out third-generation networks.

Posted Jun 01, 2004

BEA Systems, Inc., an application infrastructure software company, has announced that Adam Bosworth, chief architect and SVP advanced development, has demonstrated a future BEA technology concept code-named Alchemy, designed to enable mobile workers to be as productive offline as they are online.

Posted May 28, 2004

Sendia Corporation, a provider of wireless enterprise solutions that are designed to extend desktop applications to mobile workers, has announced the launch of its Wireless Salesforce Automation (SFA) for salesforce.com.

Posted May 18, 2004

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