T-Mobile announced today that it will begin offering the iPhone without a two-year service agreement in Germany, but the price will jump by nearly $1000 for customers who choose that option.
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.
AT&T will soon begin offering Samsung’s SLM phone, a new device that is sure to raise some eyebrows with Apple and iPhone buyers.
Microsoft is set for its latest acquisition, a mobile music provider called Musiwave.
Even though Sony admitted failure with its Connect digital music store, the company's mobile phone division is mulling its own music platform.
Google has rolled out the red carpet and lifted up the curtain, finally making an official announcement about its plans to foray into mobile territory.
Google-powered cell phones are poised to hit the market by the middle of next year, though what the search giant really wants is a universal mobile platform.
Apple has stipulated a couple new purchase limitations for its flagship cell phone, requiring people to use a credit card when buying one and creating a per-person unit limit of two.
Bellevue (WA) - T-Mobile has announced its latest phone, the Shadow, which it says is the first in a new series of communication-centric handsets.
Set to launch on Wednesday, the Shadow has an enhanced "MyFaves" tool that allows users to send any form of message - text, instant, e-mail, photo, video, or voice - with a single button press from the phone's menu.
El Segundo (CA) - Third quarter shipments of Nokia handsets grew by nearly 11% over the previous quarter, bumping up its cell phone market share to almost 40%.
Nokia, the long-running global handset leader, once again dominated sales during the past three month period. According to research firm iSuppli, Nokia's total shipments totaled 111.7 million units, up 10.8% over the company's previous quarter. This Q3 growth exceeded the sum total growth of the top four major mobile-handset suppliers combined.