Tag Archives: cell phone

Google Voice

The conflict between Google, Apple and AT&T about Google Voice remains unresolved, the app for calling service from Google is still not available on the iPhone. However, as it was announced few weeks ago by Vic Gundotra, Google brings Google Voice to the iPhone “one way or the other!” Mr. Paquet , senior product manager

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iPhone 4 in June

AT&T confirms that the new iPhone will be available for purchase in late June.

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According to the latest data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – one out of four households in the U.S. is now wireless-only. Only about 15% of households still have a landline, however those households report that they now receive almost all of their calls on their wireless phone. Data shows that

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Nokia in USA

Nokia do not sell mobile phones to Americans. Even if Nokia is the world’s largest mobile maker (2 of every 5 cell phones bought last year were Nokias), the brand is almost undetectable in the United States. According to the article about that issue from NYTimes, Nokia cut itself out of the American market through

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Symbian Operating System

The source code of the ten-year old Symbian platform (which powers most of Nokia’s phones) will be open source.

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Social Media

According to a report from Pew Internet & American Life Project: 74 percent of all U.S. adult population go online. The most commonly-used online social network website is Facebook. 73% of adults have a profile on Facebook, 48% have a profile on MySpace and 14% have a LinkedIn profile. 8% of people who use internet

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Text me

According to a report from CTIA (a communications industry group) the number of text messages sent in the US grew by more than 80% over the one year ended in June. Indeed I also text more and more. During a busy day it is easier to just text my client than keep him and me

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