Windows Mobile for Automotive-Blue&Me

“Blue&Me”, an innovative product developed by Microsoft and Fiat Auto in 2004 thats connects personal mobile device into car. The system, based on Windows Mobile, makes driving more safer and comfortable.It takes in-car communication, information and entertainment to a new level. Blue&Me works with most bluetooth enabled phone allowing you to make and receive call, without lifting up your mobile ...

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MOBILE LEARNING & EDUTAINTMENT CONFERENCE 2007

Date: August 07 – 09, 2007Venue: Crowne Plaza Mutiara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Description: The conference will bring together researchers, academics and industry practitioners who are involved or interested in the design and development of Wireless and Mobile Learning Technologies. It will also help in understanding of the challenges faced in providing technology tools to support the learning process and ease ...

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Super Fast Fibre-Optic next year

As I wrote earlier about “Telekom’s Unit to offer Fibre to the Home service“, Telekom Malaysia (TM) Bhd demonstrated its fibre-to-the-home 100Mbps broadband access service at the Mont Kiara Pines Condominium in Sri Hartamas few days back. From TheStar: It will not be long before Malaysians join the ranks of privileged Internet users in other parts of the world who ...

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Green Packet sets to roll out Wireless Broadband

Green Packet Bhd, which migrated to the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia yesterday, is set to roll out its wireless broadband services within the Klang Valley soon, with capital, technology and human resources in place. In a statement yesterday, Green Packet group managing director and chief executive officer Puan Chan Cheong said: “The wireless broadband services will add to the ...

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5G network, born in Japan?

Japan’s NTT DoCoMo said it began testing a new cellular network nearly 100 times faster than its current system. The company said in a press release it had started testing equipment and hopes to achieve download speeds of up to 300Mbps. Their current maximum download speeds are 3.6Mbps. Completion of the new network is scheduled by 2009.

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TM and Maxis clear to go in Indonesia

Indonesia has set limits on the foreign ownership of companies in several sectors it says are key to national security, including cellular and fixed line telecommunications firms, the country’s trade minister said. The regulations would not apply to foreign investments that are already in place or are being processed, Mari Elka Pangestu said. “The new regulation isn’t retroactive.” Foreign ownership ...

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Tune to Talk

Tune Talk, a company owned by Datuk Tony Fernandes via Tune Ventures Sdn Bhd is waiting to be awarded a Network Service Provider (NSP) licence that will enable it to operate as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO). Read more.

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What happens if you hate your Mobile Service Provider??

In Australia, this is what HAPPENS!!! WATCH here So, what do think? It was a 90 minute chase by 2o police cars, 2am in the morning across Minchinbury, Mt Druitt, Dharruk, Emerton, Glendenning and Plumpton in Sydney, Australia. Mr.John Robert Patterson,the 45 year old hero, drove an army tank to destroy six mobile phone towers and an electricity sub-station in ...

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Celcom contributes 1,000 mobile phones

Celcom (M) Berhad contributed 1,000 handphones valued at RM200,000 for use by officials of Sukan Malaysia (SUKMA) 2008 scheduled for May 31 to June 9. Bernama reports here. Wonder what brand could those mobile phones be? imobile?

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3G license in wrong hands?

Now it has been more than 2 years since 3G service has been launched. Maxis had some 380,000 3G customer as at April this year while Celcom has 270,000 3G customers. There are close to 23 million mobile users in the country. Did 3G failed to take off? MiTV and Time was awarded 3G license on March 2006 last year. ...

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