Man on cell phone killed by train

Global smartphone shipments to top 195 million units in 2008

Comcast drops out of 700 MHz wireless auction

Chinese iPhone talks halter

Google rolls out mobile phone locator

Mio plans to launch 3G GPS PDA phones in 2008

Nokia ships N810 Internet tablet

Nokia has begun shipping its N810 Internet tablet device, which the company announced a little over a month ago. The device carries a suggested retail price of $479 and acts as a portable entertainment companion as well as a  communication device as long as there is a Wi-Fi hotspot or a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone in range. The N810 does not integrate a cellphone.      

German iPhone causes tiff between providers

Battery firm: iPhone could melt your brain

Euro iPhone now a reality

Mass production of OLPC laptops kicks off

Notebook makers preparing solutions for low-price PC market

Fujitsu unveils new notebook with SlimEdge Design

Delay of iPod touch shipments may affect NAND flash price turnaround

Nokia faces resistance in mobile music, gaming

Verizon intros CDMA Blackberry Pearl

Portable GPS with vibrating touchscreen announced

Korean PND (portable navigation device) GPS manufacturer CTT-Net has announced what apparently is the world’s first portable GPS system and in-car GPS that integrate Immersion’s Touchsense technology. According to the manufacturer, the CIN-700 will provide the user with “unmistakable” tactile feedback when moving a finger across buttons on the 7” screen.      

HP to offer mobile broadband notebooks from $930

'Smart' sunglasses show athletes a good time

GSMA, Western Union to enable money transfers via cellphone