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  In case you hadn't heard, Samsung's newest phone is coming. At the Oscars, the Galaxy S5 just got a huge shot of publicity, both in a 30-second ad segment and the not-so-casual ceremony presence of its big bro, the Note 3, throughout the awards. We hope you like Hollywood stars and selfies, because Ellen's going to be tweeting a whole lot of them. That's your sponsorship dollars at work, Samsung, even if DeGeneres apparently switched back to an iPhone backstage. Update: Oh, and that ensemb
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  Although smart sunglasses exist, they're seldom pretty -- you won't impress many people at the beach. If Vuzix has its way, though, these shades will be as fashionable as the eyewear from your favorite label. It has just reached a deal with an unnamed major electronics company that could lead to smart glasses that look just as good as "designer sunglasses;" see-through waveguide optics would keep the display relatively subtle. Just don't hold off on buying any traditional gear in the mea
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Company Tags: Millicom to return almost US$1B to shareholders
Latin American and African operator Millicom today said it will return up to US$800 million to shareholders through a special dividend and a share buyback plan. The company said it will pay a special dividend of US$4.60 per share in addition to the proposed annual dividend of US$1.40 per share, and will also initiate a share repurchase plan of up to US$300 million. The share repurchase plan is to be executed through open market purchas
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Event Tags: Twitter opened developer conference in San Francisco
Twitter management opened the company’s inaugural developer conference in San Francisco yesterday by revealing some surprising usage statistics and unveiling more details on its new plans to achieve profitability. Co-founder Biz Stone said in his keynote that the microblogging service has almost 106 million registered users and continues to grow by 300,000 users a day; far bigger than analyst estimates. It has 180 million un
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Company Tags: France Telecom and Orascom deal with Mobinil
France Telecom and Orascom Telecom have reached a settlement – brokered by the Egyptian government – to end their multi year-long public dispute over the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services (ECMS, better known as Mobinil), in which they are joint shareholders. According to a joint statement, the two groups agreed to renew their partnership and draw up a “revised shareholder agreement, but with no change to the exist
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Telecom Service Tags: Orange and Vodafone will offer dedicated price
Mobile operators O2, Orange and Vodafone yesterday announced they will offer dedicated price plans for the iPad, just as Apple was telling the world that the international launch of the device had slipped to the end of May. All three operators will offer all models (3G and WiFi-only): Vodafone will offer the device in Australia, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK; Orange will initially support the device in France, Spain, Switzerland and the UK;
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Company Tags: Dell has signed a deal with Telefonica
New mobile handset vendor Dell has signed a deal with Telefonica – the world’s third-largest mobile operator group according to the latest Wireless Intelligence research – to develop mobile products and services. In a joint statement, it was noted that the alliance focuses on three areas: “Provide customers with choices they value most now; Deliver next generation solutions first; Enhancing the digital customer
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Company Tags: Chinese 3G handsets forecast to increase seven-fold in 2010
Shipments of Chinese 3G handsets based on the country’s homegrown TD-SCDMA standard are forecast to increase seven-fold in 2010, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. The firm said that the backing of the technology by China Mobile – the world’s largest mobile operator – will lead to TD-SCDMA shipments growing 600 percent this year, establishing it as one of the fastest growing mobile technologies in the world.
1681 days ago 0 comments Categories: Telecom Product Tags: BlackBerry researchs
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is to acquire QNX Software Systems from Harman International for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 1980 and purchased by Harman International in 2004, QNX says its software is used in more than 200 vehicle models, and by more automakers and suppliers than all other operating-system platforms combined. This amounts to more than 10 million vehicles worldwide, including more than 50 percent of all factory-equippe
BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is to acquire QNX Software Systems from Harman International for an undisclosed sum. Founded in 1980 and purchased by Harman International in 2004, QNX says its software is used in more than 200 vehicle models, and by more automakers and suppliers than all other operating-system platforms combined. This amounts to more than 10 million vehicles worldwide, including more than 50 percent of all factory-equippe
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