Archive for October, 2005

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Sierra Wireless Announces Availability of AirCard 850

October 31st, 2005

Sierra Wireless today announced availability of the the AirCard 850 for Manx Telecom, a division of O2 wireless. The AirCard 850 is fully functional on HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, and GPRS networks. The AirCard 850 utilizes the 2100 MHz UMTS frequency band and offers average data rates of 500 to 800 kbps, with bursts to 1.3 [...]

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Sprint Launches High Speed Entertainment Services

October 31st, 2005

Sprint today has released its high-speed mobile entertainment and information services via Sprint Power Vision. For the first time, U.S. wireless customers will be able to download and purchase full songs over-the-air right from their phone. Customers can also view live TV and 30 multimedia entertainment and news channels; take and share high-resolution pictures and [...]

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BlackBerry 8700c Pricing leaks out

October 31st, 2005

Pinstack.com has released what appears to be an ad insert for the new BlackBerry 8700c. The ad indicates the 8700c (a.k.a. Electron) would be priced at only $299.99, one can only assume that this prices is only available for new activations or with a new 2 year service agreement. A release date had not yet [...]

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F-Secure Partners signs deal with Alpha Copy for Distribution Deal

October 31st, 2005

F-Secure, a leader in mobile anti-virus software, has announced the launch of its Mobile Anti-Virus product for the consumer market in Greece. Greek distributor, Alpha Copy will partner with F-Secure to provide distribution and support services for the F-Secure Mobile Anti-Virus box product. Alpha Copy is a successful Greek distributor for mobile products and therefore [...]

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RIM Expands BlackBerry Connect Availability

October 28th, 2005

Research In Motion has expanded it BlackBerry Connect services for new and existing users in the Philippines and Sweden. Subscribers of SMART Communications of the Philippines and Vodafone Sweden, using the Nokia 9300 Communicator, 9500 Smartphone and the Sony Ericsson P910i can now enjoy the advantages of BlackBerry services. With BlackBerry Connect, customers can benefit [...]

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BB Mobile, LGE, Nortel Demo Wireless Across HSDPA, WiMAX, Wi-Fi Networks

October 28th, 2005

BB Mobile, a SOFTBANK Group company, LG Electronics and Nortel have demonstrated wireless ‘triple play’ – the ability to deliver simultaneous broadband voice, video and data services. This will allow wireless operators to provide uninterrupted communications to subscribers using one device as they roam among 3G cellular, WiMAX and WLAN networks accessing services such as [...]