Archive | December, 2007

Top TeleNav Searches

Location search is slowly coming of age, after a childhood rich on promise but suffering numerous setbacks. Like all childhoods, it’s also seemed to have lasted forever, especially for the parents anxious to rid themselves of the endless expenditure and see their prodigy stand on its two financial feet. OK, enough of the childhood metaphor. […]

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Say It Ain’t So, T-Mobile — Stop Blocking Twitter

I’ve been a T-Mobile customer for several years now. I’ve always been happy with them — they offer good prices for their services, and their customer service has always been great (as I’ve written before. But I’m left reconsidering that this morning, as apparently T-Mobile has decided to block messages its users send to Twitter’s […]

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links for 2007-12-15

BREAKING: Officially unlocked iPhones not really unlocked – iPhone Atlas (tags: iphone apple) / Technology – High bills threaten iPhone‚Äôs US user abroad You might think the editor of Wired would know how these things work… and the “glitch” is that AT&T’s roaming and billing systems work… (tags: apple iphone whining) —–>Follow us on […]

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links for 2007-12-14

Qualcomm Fails to Block Nokia Handset Imports into the USA (tags: qualcomm nokia patents legal) Wireless E-Mail Set for Prime Growth in Europe (tags: email predictions) —–>Follow us on Twitter too: @russellbuckley and @caaarlo

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Hippies, Mobile and Capitalism

Like so many other industries, the green business craze is evident in mobile. Nokia stressed its green cred at its event in Amsterdam last week, and just today, Vodafone and Ericsson announced that the operator would use Ericsson’s Power Savings feature in its base stations. The feature “significantly reduces energy consumption in mobile networks and […]

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