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Qualcomm, Maxis and Astro trial MediaFLO in Malaysia

Qualcomm, developer of wireless technologies, mobile communications group Maxis and ASTRO All Asia Networks, have signed an agreement to conduct a technical trial of Qualcomm's MediaFLO technology in Malaysia. The…

Nokia takes on iTunes

Nokia has unveiled a new online music store and a global gaming service as it takes on US rival Apple with its iTunes and iPhone. Nokia sells more than one…

iO downloads for Manx

iO global, provider of integrated mobile content solutions, has revealed that Isle of Man's Manx Telecom has launched a converged content delivery service, 'Mobile Downloads', which enables its 75,000 subscribers…

Canal Plus: TV channels should finance mobile TV

Television channels, and not mobile phone operators, should finance the distribution of programming on mobile phones, according to Canal Plus head Bertrand Meheut. 'TV channels should pay for the network…

EC looks to boost satellite services

A new mobile service for telephone, television and internet via satellite could be operational within a few years under a proposal made by the European Union’s executive arm. The plan…

BT, Sony video phone on PSP

BT Group and Sony have unveiled new software that will allow gamers using portable PlayStations to make video and voice calls and send instant messaging. They said the Go!Messenger wireless…

France: mobile TV model conflict

French media companies, including Lagardere, Bollore, NRJ, and BFM, want to offer free mobile TV channels, while MNOs plan to charge a monthly subscription of E5 to E15, reports Les…

Thomson mobile TV trial in Sydney

Thomson is working to deliver a trial mobile television service across the greater Sydney area in Australia. The service will use the open DVB-H standard and can be received on…

Mobile phone advanced features underused

Mobile phone users are spurning advanced features including TV and web browsing, according to a Continental Research survey. The percentage of users accessing the Internet from handsets fell from 14…

France: mobile TV model conflict

French media companies, including Lagardere, Bollore, NRJ, and BFM, want to offer free mobile TV channels, while MNOs plan to charge a monthly subscription of E5 to E15, reports Les…