emoze was victorious in the mobile push email showdown with BlackBerry at 3GSM World Congress 2007 in Barcelona last week. Two duelers using emoze and BlackBerry battled it out to see who could provide users with their emails quickest, and emoze emerged as comfortable winners.
Archive for February, 2007
Nortel will show how the television can be transformed into a compelling and easy-to-use home communications environment with Nortel IPTV services and solutions at IPTV World Forum, March 5 to 7 in London.
Sprint Nextel Corp. today announced that its board of directors has declared first quarter dividends for Sprint Nextel Common Stock. A dividend of 2.5 cents per share is payable March 30, 2007, to shareholders of record at the close of business on March 9, 2007.
Palm and Tolven Inc. today announced the availability of open source electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) solutions on Palm Treo smartphones. The Tolven ePHR, an intuitive web-based application, lets users create, view, store and share extensive healthcare information, including medical history, medication lists, doctor’s orders, laboratory results and immunization records — or simply monitor and [...]
Ericsson is launching its new HSPA embedded module, which enables built-in mobile broadband in every new notebook computer, as well as in any other device. To further strengthen its position in the broadband market, Ericsson is moving to bring HSPA to every new notebook, fixed wireless terminal and any other device where 3G can replace [...]
Huawei Technologies, a providing next generation networks for telecommunications operators around the world, today launched its latest customized terminals for operators: the world’s first High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) USB Modem, E270, and the stylish U120, a 3G handset optimized for music lovers on the move. The devices were unveiled at the 3GSM World Conference [...]