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MobileTechNews archive for the year 1999:

31-Dec-1999: Millions Marking 2000 Online.
31-Dec-1999: Wall Street eyes the Mobile Internet.
31-Dec-1999: Japanese Use Cell Phones To Web Surf.
30-Dec-1999: Pentek Develops Software Radio Solution For 3G Designs.
30-Dec-1999: German Mobile Market Set for Explosive 2000.
30-Dec-1999: VoiceStream Wireless and Omnipoint move with GSM.
30-Dec-1999: Qualcomm Shares Jump 31% as Analyst Predicts Price Will Double Next Year.
29-Dec-1999: Irish software firm announces U.S. WAP plans.
29-Dec-1999: Webheads, Lend Me Your Ears.
29-Dec-1999: Will WAP Phones Wipe Out PDAs?.
29-Dec-1999: Kyocera to Buy CDMA Cellular Phone Unit from Qualcomm.
28-Dec-1999: Siemens and Bosch in Acquisition Discussions.
28-Dec-1999: Stock trading offered over WAP.
28-Dec-1999: Applix iEnterprise Supports WAP- for its iCRM Suite of e-Business Solutions.
28-Dec-1999: Nokia GPRS to support all terminals.
28-Dec-1999: Nokia Completes GPRS Development Milestones.
28-Dec-1999: 2000 to be Banner Year for Mobile Comms in Europe.
27-Dec-1999: Hong Kong ISP Ties Up With Mobile Network Operator.
27-Dec-1999: Swedes take Wireless Know-how to Silicon Valley.
27-Dec-1999: Winning The US Cellular War.
27-Dec-1999: Korean WAP Companies receive Government funding.
27-Dec-1999: ISPs Determine Information Appliance Market Direction.
27-Dec-1999: Surfing with every Handy.
26-Dec-1999: Launching Is Easy--But Success?.
25-Dec-1999: Taiwan's Mobile Product Production to Hit US$ 575 Million in 2000.
24-Dec-1999: Young handheld market set to triple, report says.
24-Dec-1999: SEAGULL announces wireless-to-host solution.
23-Dec-1999: Bell Mobility's Digital Data to Go Service to Expand With Additional Phone.Com Browser-Enabled Handsets.
23-Dec-1999: Ajaxo Inc. and Infocast HK Ltd. Team to Offer First WAP Wireless Stock Trade Services in Hong Kong.
23-Dec-1999: Mobile Phone Internet Hosting Service Launched Today.
23-Dec-1999: WAPsight goes WAP.
23-Dec-1999: Vodafone Keeps Mannesmann Bid Unchanged.
22-Dec-1999: Radicchio membership grows as new industry leaders join initiative to promote security.
22-Dec-1999: Worldwide Smart Handheld Device Forecast Bolstered by Personal Companion Dominance, According to IDC.
22-Dec-1999: AME Info becomes first Middle East business directory to offer access by Mobile Phone.
22-Dec-1999: Go2 Systems Launches 300 Web Sites Accessible From WAP-Enabled Mobile Phones.
22-Dec-1999: Phone.com To Acquire AtMotion.
22-Dec-1999: Nokia and Agence France-Presse Team Up to Develop Wap-Based Mobile News Services.
22-Dec-1999: Dacom joins forces with Yahoo!Korea, Sony, and others.
21-Dec-1999: Verisign Launches World's Most Comprehensive Digital Certificate Service For Wireless Web Servers.
21-Dec-1999: The E-Content Company Joins WAP Forum to Accelerate the Delivery of XML-based Content to Wireless Mobile Devices.
21-Dec-1999: Phone.com Redefines the Mobile Portal With the Acquisition of @Motion Inc..
21-Dec-1999: Partner, Walla to Debut Israel's First Smart Phone Portal.
21-Dec-1999: Vodafone Pulls Trigger On 46-Day German Bid.
20-Dec-1999: U.S. Lags Behind as Asia and Western Europe Lead 3G Market.
20-Dec-1999: Computer Telephony Expo Spring 2000 Features Four New Voice & Data Convergence Conferences.
20-Dec-1999: Infinite Technologies Announces WAPlite Developer Program.
20-Dec-1999: WAP Developer Program Growth Explodes.
20-Dec-1999: SEAGULL Supports Wireless-to-Host Solution.
19-Dec-1999: Free WAP Homepages offered to Addcom customers.
18-Dec-1999: HP Intros World's First PC-Based WAP Server.
17-Dec-1999: Creator of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Launches Wireless Internet Site.
17-Dec-1999: Omnipoint becomes first US provider to trial GPRS.
17-Dec-1999: BBC goes WAP.
17-Dec-1999: Sharp to Launch 'Communication Pal' Mobile Terminal for cdmaOne.
16-Dec-1999: Swissair launches WAP mobile phone check-in trial.
16-Dec-1999: Motorola and MTS In First Trial of WAP Services in Russia.
16-Dec-1999: Forrester Predicts That One in Three Europeans Will Access the Net Via Mobile Phone by 2004.
16-Dec-1999: HomeSite and ColdFusion to support WAP development.
16-Dec-1999: Mobile Computer to be developed by Siemens and Casio.
15-Dec-1999: E-Plus offers Pocket PC with WAP Browser.
15-Dec-1999: Europeans lead the way in converging wireless communications with the Internet.
15-Dec-1999: Comtex to Deliver Real-time News Content to WAP Phones.
15-Dec-1999: BellSouth and KPN Mobile to buy E-Plus.
15-Dec-1999: Itochu Techno Science, Japan's Leading Computer Distributor, Invests in Nettech Systems.
14-Dec-1999: Motorola Takes Equity Stake in 3Com's Palm Computing.
14-Dec-1999: HP first to market with WAP enabled PC server solution.
14-Dec-1999: NTT DoCoMo Launches 'Pocket mopera' Mobile Information Terminal.
14-Dec-1999: Yet Another Partner For Microsoft.
14-Dec-1999: Viag Interkom announces WAP-Portal.
14-Dec-1999: GoAmerica First to Offer Phone.com's WAP-Compliant Gateway in North America.
13-Dec-1999: HP brings WAP to the Open Source Community.
13-Dec-1999: Dreamweaver 3 shipping.
13-Dec-1999: Does MS care about WinCE, or is the mobile browser the platform?.
13-Dec-1999: Nettech Systems Delivers Support for WAP-Enabled Devices; Joins WAP Forum.
13-Dec-1999: FirstQuote and RTS NetWorks Partner to Offer New Wireless WAP Investor Service.
13-Dec-1999: AT&T Wireless and Ericsson create overlay system to boost capacity in high traffic markets.
13-Dec-1999: TD Waterhouse to offer Real-Time Trading over Phone.com Internet-Enabled Phones.
12-Dec-1999: FCC Memo Opposes MCI-Sprint Union.
11-Dec-1999: Delta Airlines to offer Wireless Flight Info.
11-Dec-1999: The Wireless Consortium Meets The W3C.
11-Dec-1999: Infowave enters Phone.com Alliances program.
10-Dec-1999: ANALYSIS-"Browser war" seen brewing in mobiles.
10-Dec-1999: Motorola brings out first Tri-Band WAP phone.
09-Dec-1999: Ericsson/Microsoft explain Business plans.
09-Dec-1999: Ericsson and Microsoft form Joint Venture.
08-Dec-1999: Ericsson restates Commitment to Open Standards.
08-Dec-1999: Microsoft Introduces Microsoft Mobile Explorer.
08-Dec-1999: Zap Announces Version 1.1 of (ucone) at Delphi Group Conference.
07-Dec-1999: GroupServe Launches its Wireless Discussion Service.
07-Dec-1999: Is GSM encryption safe from prying ears?.
07-Dec-1999: Portal Software joins the WAP Forum.
07-Dec-1999: Australia's Telstra Announced WAP Strategy Today.
06-Dec-1999: The "Network PC" Has Arrived -- and Fits in the Palm of Your Hand.
06-Dec-1999: Portal Software outlines Wireless Strategy.
06-Dec-1999: cavion.com Introduces New Software for Wireless Internet Banking.
05-Dec-1999: Bell South Invests in the U.S. Wireless Network.
04-Dec-1999: The Open Group Will Serve As Certification Authority For WAP Version 1.1.
03-Dec-1999: Ajaxo Inc. Announces Wireless Investing Service on Internet Ready Palm VII and WAP Phones.
03-Dec-1999: Europeans might not find a Nokia 7110 under the Christmas Tree this year.
02-Dec-1999: Yahoo to offer WAP service in Hong Kong.
02-Dec-1999: Freeserve and Cellnet to jointly develop Mobile Web in Britain.
01-Dec-1999: Wireless Net desperately seeking content providers.
01-Dec-1999: AOL strengthens its WAP position with Tegic acquisition.
01-Dec-1999: WAP demand to hit warp ten claim supporters.
30-Nov-1999: Phone.com Sees Half of Cellphones on Net.
30-Nov-1999: First successful browsing of the Chinese Web through WAP.
29-Nov-1999: Internet-Capable Mobile Phones in Japan, Support Games, Music, E-Commerce.
29-Nov-1999: Motorola Provides 64Kbps WAP Access On cdmaOne Networks.
29-Nov-1999: Hyundai ... brings wireless internet access to Korean Mobile phone users.
24-Nov-1999: WAP makes U.S. debut at Comdex Fall '99.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Amazon Fire Amazon Fire

Samsung Z - Tizen Samsung Z - Tizen

LG G3 LG G3

HTC One mini 2 HTC One mini 2

OnePlus One OnePlus One

HTC One (M8) HTC One (M8)

Samsung Gear 2 Tizen Watch Samsung Gear 2 Tizen Watch

HP VoiceTab HP VoiceTab

T200 octa-core T200 octa-core

Nokia 2520 Tablet Nokia 2520 Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Round Samsung Galaxy Round

BlackBerry Z30 BlackBerry Z30

iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C

Samsung Galaxy Mega Samsung Galaxy Mega

Sony SmartWatch 2 Sony SmartWatch 2

iOS 7 iOS 7

Jolla Jolla

BlackBerry Z10 BlackBerry Z10

Galaxy S 4 Galaxy S 4

Galaxy Note 8.0 Galaxy Note 8.0

Ubuntu on Tablets Ubuntu on Tablets

LG Optimus G Pro L-04E LG Optimus G Pro L-04E

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Sony Zperia Z Sony Zperia Z



 

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