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LG Prada powered by AMD?

Yup its true. The Prada is powered by the AMD Imageon™ 2282 media processor. The Prada is expected to be in Malaysia soon. The price(in Malaysia) is yet to be announced.

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Research: Asia Pacific Mobile Subscriber to reach 1.14 billion

According to Frost & Sullivan, the Asia-Pacific mobile subscriber base is set to reach 1.14 billion by end of 2007 driven by the robust growth in emerging markets. There was a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24 percent between 2002 and 2006, reaching a subscriber base of 950 million in 2006. From Bernama: “The impact of the emerging markets ...

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Google,now on LG phones

South Korea’s LG has said to have make a deal with Google to install Google services on millions of LG phones. LG phone owners will be able easily to search for information, find locations, update blogs and manage e-mail while on the move. Certain LG mobile phones, pre-installed with Google products and services, will start shipping globally in the second ...

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Bluetooth 2.1 announced

YaHOO!!!, now bluetooth is better!!!! The Bluetooth Version 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) will soon be ready. WHY ITS BETTER? Improved Pairing – Makes the initial connection of Bluetooth devices easier for all users by reducing the number of steps in the pairing process. This enhancement will appeal to Bluetooth technology’s broad range of users, from the technically savvy ...

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LG targets to double mobile phone market share

LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company (LG) is targeting to double its share of the Malaysian mobile phone market to 10% this year from 5% in 2006 on the back of new models of its Black Label series. Its vice president and Asia, Middle East and Africa business team leader, Bo H Choi, said the targeted market share would represent sales ...

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Huawei-3Com to deploy network for Universiti Malaya

Huawei-3Com (H3C) is deploying a campus-wide converged network for Universiti Malaya (UM) under a RM4.5 million project, which will be implemented over two years. “Through this deployment, the university will be able to implement high performance and cost effective voice, video and data communications applications,” according to a joint statement issued on Dec 20.

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