Ugandan carrier enhances mobile Internet with Opera House deal

Ugandan carrier enhances mobile Internet with Opera House deal

KAMPALA, UGANDA - MTN Uganda customers are now set for a better Internet browsing experience on their cell phones. The...

September 10th, 2008 Edris Kisambira

Is Google going to offer phone plans next?

Is Google going to offer phone plans next?

All the rumors about a Google phone may be just slightly off. Rather than sell a mobile handset, Google Inc....

May 23rd, 2007 Nancy Gohring

NTT DoCoMo, others quit AOL’s Japanese joint venture

NTT DoCoMo, others quit AOL’s Japanese joint venture

NTT DoCoMo Inc. and three other companies that together owned almost 59 per cent of America Online Inc.'s Japanese unit...

December 16th, 2003 Martyn Williams

I-mode coverage extends to Italy, Spain

I-mode coverage extends to Italy, Spain

After establishing a significant footprint in northern Europe, the I-mode mobile Internet service pioneered by Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc. is...

June 30th, 2003 John Blau

Hong Kong, Denmark rated tops in mobile Internet

Hong Kong, Denmark rated tops in mobile Internet

Hong Kong and Denmark are not only taking the best advantage of current information and communication technologies, but also have...

September 19th, 2002 Laura Rohde

Mobile makers set text standards

Mobile makers set text standards

Mobile phone makers L.M. Ericsson Telephone Co., Motorola Inc. and Nokia Corp. Thursday announced the creation of Wireless Village, a...

April 30th, 2001 Wendy Brewer

Spain and Brazil to join forefront of 3G

Spain and Brazil to join forefront of 3G

Spain is the next country in line to join Japan, Korea, Sweden and Finland as a pioneer of 3G (third-generation)...

March 8th, 2001 David Legard

Don’t rush to mobile Net, Oracle executive advises

Don’t rush to mobile Net, Oracle executive advises

Instead of preaching about the mobile revolution, Oracle Corp.'s executive vice-president EMEA Sergio Giacoletto told an audience of Internet professionals...

December 8th, 2000 Joris Evers

Handheld makers introduce new wireless services

Handheld makers introduce new wireless services

In a race to serve the growing "anytime, anywhere" mobile computing market, Palm Inc., Compaq Computer Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co....

November 30th, 2000 Bob Brewin