Archive for November, 2005

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Setbacks in NTP Patent Case Against RIM

November 30th, 2005

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion was dealt another legal setback in a key patent infringement case on Wednesday, increasing the risks it may have to pay more to settle the claim or shut down its U.S. mobile e-mail service. U.S. District Judge James Spencer rejected RIM’s request to delay the case and refused to force [...]

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IXI Mobile Brings MSN Messenger and Hotmail to Ogo

November 30th, 2005

IXI Mobile, developer of the Ogo family of mobile messaging solutions, today announced that it is making MSN Messenger and Hotmail available on Ogo messaging devices as part of its end-to-end solution. The agreement with MSN enables IXI to offer MSN services to mobile service providers worldwide. The complete Ogo offering, which includes mobile messaging [...]

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Cingular Tests Unlimited Calling to Home Services

November 30th, 2005

Cingular Wireless said on Wednesday it is testing a service that allows unlimited calls between its cellphones and the home phones of AT&T Inc.’s local telephone customers. The latest Cingular and AT&T option, dubbed Mobile2Home, will cost $5.99 a month and it will only be available until February 25 to Connecticut customers who combine their [...]

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How To: Assign BlackBerry 8700c Convenience Keys

November 30th, 2005

One great feature of the new 8700c BlackBerry is the addition of customizable Convenience Keys. The convenience keys allow the user to personalize the handset with quicker access to commonly used applications. By default the front convenience key is assigned to open the browser bookmarks and the side key to open profiles options. [ Continue [...]

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BlackBerry 8700c Now Available From Cingular Wireless

November 30th, 2005

Cingular Wireless has finally made the long awaited 8700c available to the public. Since the original release date, the Intel powered 8700c was only available for mid to large business or government accounts; but now Cingular has made the 8700c available to all. The 8700c can now be found online or at local Cingular retailers [...]

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Sprint and Samsung Introduce New Multimedia Phones

November 29th, 2005

Sprint and Samsung Telecommunications today introduced two new handsets – the Sprint Power Vision MM-A920 and the Sprint Power Vision MM-A900 (pictured right). Harnessing the speed of Sprint’s Power Vision EVDO network, Samsung’s MM-A900 and MM-A920 handsets enable customers to access the latest news, music and entertainment content at broadband-like speeds. Both devices will support [...]