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Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
A Cambridge firm claims to have developed a way to bring the joys of touch to old 'phones.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.
Korean mobile provider SK Telecom has unveiled its latest creation - a SIM card which contains CPU, RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and a copy of Google's Android.
Samsung has announced plans to mass produce a 3.3" WVGA AMOLED display for mobile handsets which features capacitive touch elements integrated directly on to the panel.
Garmin-Asus are allegedly planning an Android-based low-cost smartphone to be sold under the Eee brand, positioned alongside current WinMo and Linux devices.
Toshiba has announced the TG01 - a smartphone with a Qualcomm-supplied processor running at a mind-boggling 1GHz and capable of 720p video playback.
Google has launched a version of the Android-equipped HTC Dream aimed at developers, with writeable flash and a bootloader which will run unsigned code.
Blaming the "current economic climate", Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced it is to leave the Japanese market to others - aside from a small range of luxury handsets.
The latest build of the free mobile browser Opera Mini, version 4.2, has been released - and it brings some nice new features to the table along with Android support.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
The first commercial Android implementation, the T-Mobile G1, has been officially 'jailbroken' with a backdoor discovered that allows users full system access.
Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
Comments by Mozilla Foundation CEO John Lilly reveal that alpha versions of the up-coming Firefox Mobile browser could arrive in 'a few weeks' time.
Motorola has confirmed that it has a range of handsets based around Google's open-source Android platform in the pipeline, and may be boosting staff to accomodate.
The iPhone 3G has outsold its 2G predecessor in just seven weeks - and Foxconn is ramping up prodution to meet ever-growing demand for the device.
Rumours spreading across the 'net have T-Mobile ready to launch the HTC Dream smartphone, the first handset to run on Google's Linux-based Android platform.
The LiMo Foundation has announced eleven new corporate members, bringing the total to over fifty companies helping mould mobile Linux - along with some new handsets.
Graphics card maker Nvidia has announced a prototype mobile handset based around its new APX 2500 multimedia processor, and it can play 720p HD video.
Purple Labs is to launch a Linux-based 3G handset aimed at 'developing markets' that it hopes will do for mobile takeup what the OLPC might do for computing.
Linksys has unveiled a cordless DECT phone with built in Skype VoIP support, allowing you to make free calls without being tethered to your PC.
The latest media reports suggest that Motorola will unveil their anticipated iTunes handset at this year's V Festival in 5 weeks' time.
Microsoft are on course to launch an all new and improved mobile email service that will compete directly with RIM's Blackberry handsets. It will automatically downloads email to the users mobile handset.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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