Archive for September, 2005

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Nokia 9300 Now Available from Cingular w/Blackberry Connect

September 29th, 2005

Cingular Wireless, Nokia and Research In Motion today introduced BlackBerry Connect to the U.S. marketplace. Cingular is the first U.S. carrier to offer the popular BlackBerry wireless services on a third-party handset via the BlackBerry Connect licensing program from RIM. The Nokia 9300 is scheduled to be available in the U.S. through Cingular Wireless beginning [...]

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Nokia N70 Now Available

September 28th, 2005

Nokia today announced that it has started deliveries of the Nokia N70 3G smartphone. Incorporating a complete smartphone feature set, as well as a 2 megapixel camera, flash and front camera for video calling, the Nokia N70 comes fully equipped with a digital music player and stereo audio.The Nokia N70 features include extensive email attachment [...]

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Sony Ericsson to introduce Auto pairing for Bluetooth Accessories

September 28th, 2005

Sony Ericsson today announced the introduction of Auto pairing, a unique proprietary solution, that makes it quicker and easier to connect Bluetooth equipped headsets to Sony Ericsson mobile phones. When the phone and headset are in close proximity and the Bluetooth function is turned on, the Auto pairing equipped Bluetooth headset automatically searches and finds [...]

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Blackberry 8700 (a.k.a. Electron)

September 28th, 2005

Pinstack.com has released some insider information on the highly anticipated 8700 (a.k.a. Electron) from Blackberry. The 8700 would be the first Blackberry to take advantage of EDGE technology for higher data transfer rates. Blackberry had also taken input from many users on what they wanted from a new handheld to help design the 8700. One [...]

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RealNetworks to host Cingular mobile video service

September 28th, 2005

Cingular Wireless plans to use RealNetworks Inc.’s video streaming technology to deliver video to mobile phones. Real will provide Cingular with a comprehensive video solution including application development for packaging mobile content, hosting the mobile video service on behalf of Cingular, and delivering the streaming content to a variety of new handsets for Cinugular’s 3G [...]

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Intel to supply RIM for Next-Generation BlackBerry Devices

September 27th, 2005

Intel Corporation and Research In Motion today announced an extensive technology collaboration in which RIM will use Intel communications technology in future BlackBerry devices. RIM has selected the Intel PXA9xx processor for its EDGE communications capabilities and its industry-leading application performance. EDGE is the advanced wireless data technology for GSM that enables users to connect [...]