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Samsung announced that it has developed, as it claims, the first Long Term Evolution modem that complies with the latest standards of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project, which were released in March 2009.

The modem, branded the Kalmia, supports download speed up to 100Mbps and upload speed of 50Mbps within the 20MHz frequency bandwidth.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 02/09/2009

Nokia Launches X6 ?Comes With Music? Device

by Techno Witch on September 2, 2009

NOKIA WORLD 09. Nokia announced the launch of the new Nokia X6, the latest edition to the company?s Xseries touch-screen device portfolio.

This very slim (14mm) handset features stroke-sensitive, 3.2 inch 16:9 nHD widescreen, that enables to fit 20 shortcuts onto a home screen, 32GB internal memory, 5 megapixels with Carl-Zeiss optics and dual LED flash, built-in features to edit videos and show them on TV or online, GPS with Assisted GPS support, compass and Nokia Ovi Maps.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 02/09/2009

Windows Mobile 6.5 Phones Coming October 6th

by Techno Witch on September 1, 2009

The new phones will be the first to feature Windows Mobile 6.5, the latest version of Microsoft?s mobile phone software.

The company didn?t unveil any new details, they just promised ?easy-to-use user interface?, ?better browsing capabilities? and ?access to valuable services?, which will be Windows Marketplace for Mobile (the company?s app store) and Microsoft My Phone (backup cloud service), that are also set to launch on October 6.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 01/09/2009

IPsmarx Announces New Enhanced Direct DID Solution

by Techno Witch on September 1, 2009

IPsmarx has released Version VI of their Direct DID solution based on “service provider demand for an affordable way for their customers to make international calls.?

According to the company, with the IPsmarx Direct DID Solution, corporations and call centers are able to maintain many phone numbers with multiple area codes and have them forwarded anywhere in the world.

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Originally appeared on VoIP on 01/09/2009

Harris Stratex Networks introduces a synchronization feature for its Eclipse Packet Node high-speed IP wireless backhaul platform.

This new feature enables mobile operators to cross the ?sync divide? by providing a key component for the efficient migration of existing TDM infrastructure to an all-IP transport network.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 31/08/2009

?Smart phones continue to shine as one of the brightest spots of the technology industry, with shipments growing despite the global recession,? says the recent Canalys? report on the Q2 key smartphone market trends.

The report shows that Nokia maintains global lead, Apple?s success continues, as the iPhone takes 23% of the North American market and RIM continues to gain share, succeeding with its push into the consumer market. Touchscreens become the preferred interface, representing 40% of all shipments.

Continue reading Q2: Nokia Retains Lead but Apple and RIM Are Rising Fast

Originally appeared on Smartphone on 31/08/2009

IFA 2009 – the business event no. 1 for consumer electronics – will take place in Berlin from September 4-9.

For one week international media interest will be concentrated on IFA. Also the Biz-News journalists will be reporting directly from Berlin covering the latest in CE products.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 28/08/2009

Nokia has finally launched the N900 ? running on the new Maemo 5 latest company?s smartphone, which has evolved from Nokia’s previous generation of internet tablets. ?The open source, Linux-based Maemo software delivers a PC-like experience on a handset-sized device? says the company?s announcement.

Nokia N900 packs an ARM Cortex-A8 600 MHz processor, up to 1GB of application memory and 3D graphics accelerator with OpenGL ES 2.0 support. The result is, as the company promises, ?PC-like multitasking, allowing many applications to run simultaneously.?

Continue reading Nokia Unveils N900 ? The New Company?s Flagship Handset

Originally appeared on Smartphone on 27/08/2009

JAJAH, the IP communications company, is working with Microsoft to provide SIP Trunking services to Microsoft enterprise customers globally. According to the firm this will allow companies to make high quality voice calls over JAJAH’s IP Platform in the cloud, without requiring an infrastructure upgrade.

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Originally appeared on VoIP on 26/08/2009

Mark your calendars, because September 10th will see a huge announcement regarding Motorola‘s unveiling of their own Android phone line.

Sholes will be a high end phone focusing on the professional power user focusing on high processing speeds and a 5 megapixel camera. Morrison will be a more economically based Android phone which will end up on the T-Mobile network and support 3G.

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Originally appeared on Smartphone on 26/08/2009

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