Google's mobile plans " Mobile, mobile, mobile," Google CEO Eric Schmidt told
According to a report on Unstrung, Google's rumored mobile phone could see a launch in the foreseeable future, since the company is on the prowl for workers to help it with "a new
AT&T announced new global rate plans for smartphone and PDA users who travel abroad. The plans range from $44.99 to $69.99 a month, depending on device class and email platform. They include
Nothing travels swifter... The tech industry, and wireless industry in particular, loves rumors. Today's issue boasts three of them: our number four story about Dell maybe
Nokia Video Manager: copies and transcodes videos for mobile. Website Twitlet: a J2ME Mobile Twitter application.
Last week Google launched a free, voice-enabled 411 service that aimed to compete with legacy services and the budding mobile local search sector. Now, TellMe, which Microsoft is in the process of
Google quietly launched 800-Goog-411, a free voice-based directory search service that can recognize speech and read results over the phone or
Google has experimentally launched a new directory assistance service that makes use of voice recognition for traditional 411 services. The news is of particular interest given the timing: Google
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> Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs says he hopes to avoid "Armageddon" in a week's time, when an all-out patent war could break out between Qualcomm and Nokia.