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Thursday 1 October 2009
SPB Software to develop application software for Symbian- and Android-based platforms
SPB Software, an application software developer for the Windows Mobile platform, has decided to venture into development for Symbian and Android, according to company CEO Sebastian-Justus...
Thursday 1 October 2009
HTC to launch two Windows Mobile 6.5-based smartphones in October
HTC (High Tech Computer) will launch two Windows Mobile 6.5-based smartphones, the HTC HD2 (Leo) and HTC Whitestone, in October marking the introduction of the new mobile platform...
Friday 25 September 2009
Inventec to begin shipping smartphones to Europe in 4Q09
Inventec will begin shipping Windows Mobile-based smartphones to markets in Europe in the fourth quarter, marking a major milestone in the development of the notebook maker's OEM...
Wednesday 23 September 2009
Over 30 Windows Mobile 6.5 smartphones to be launched before year-end, says Microsoft executive
More than 30 smartphones running on Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 from a total of over 15 handset vendors are to be launched before the end of 2009, according to Benjamin Tan, senior...
Thursday 3 September 2009
HTC unveils Windows Mobile 6.5-based HTC Touch2 smartphone
HTC (High Tech Computer) has unveiled its new HTC Touch2 smartphone, utilizing Windows Mobile 6.5 and new services like Microsoft My Phone and Windows Marketplace for Mobile, according...
Thursday 20 August 2009
Garmin-Asus to enter China market by end of 2009; aims to sell one million handsets globally in 2010
Garmin-Asus dual-brand handsets will enter the China market by the end of 2009, targeting retail channel initially before tying up with telecom carriers, according to Benson Lin,...
Wednesday 19 August 2009
Microsoft to adopt dual-platform strategy to compete with Android and iPhone, say handset makers
Microsoft plans to adopt a dual platform strategy to promote its Windows Mobile OS (operating system) so as to take aims at both Android- and iPhone-based platforms, according to...
Wednesday 12 August 2009
China market: China Mobile to open online app store in mid-August, say sources
China Mobile will have a subsidiary begin operation of Mobile Market, an online software store supporting its customized handsets based on Ophone, Symbian and Windows Mobile platforms...
Friday 17 July 2009
Taiwan market: Gigabyte Communications launches S1200 smartphone
Gigabyte Communications has launched its new Windows Mobile-based smartphone, the S1200, in the Taiwan market. The company also plans to launch the smartphone in other markets in...
Wednesday 15 July 2009
Acer to launch four smartphones in 2H09, say sources
Acer plans to launch four smartphones, the A1, C1/E1, F1 and L1, at the end of September and in the fourth quarter of this year, outsourcing the production to Taiwan-based Compal...
Tuesday 7 July 2009
MediaTek deal with Qualcomm reportedly to be finalized shortly
Recent reports in Taiwan's Chinese-language press have recently claimed that MediaTek is close to signing a WCDMA licensing deal with Qualcomm, but the Taiwan-based IC designer described...
Thursday 25 June 2009
Carriers in Europe to focus on Android-powered handsets at the expense of Windows Mobile
The four major telecom service providers in Europe - Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange and Telefonica/O2 - all plan to launch Android-powered handsets in the second half of 2009 instead...
Friday 22 May 2009
Sony Ericsson prepping Android 2.0 smartphones
Sony Ericsson is preparing to launch Google phones running on Android 2.0 operating system (OS), according to Peter Ang, vice president of marketing, Asia Pacific at Sony Ericsson.
Tuesday 14 April 2009
The down economy could give alternative netbook OSes a hand up, says ABI Research
Cash-strapped consumers and an economy in recession are bad news for sales of most products, but that may not apply to netbooks, according to ABI Research. Several characteristics...
Thursday 2 April 2009
HTC unveils QWERTY smartphone
High Tech Computer (HTC) has debuted its newest QWERTY smartphone, the HTC Snap, at the ongoing CTIA Wireless 2009 trade fair held in Las Vegas. Built using a Qualcomm MSM 7225 528MHz...