Women play more mobile games than men.
Text messaging is popular for two reasons: It's mobile, and it's quiet.
The mobile phone is the most popular digital device on the planet (1.7 billion users - about one quarter of the world's population - and counting).
This is very important because it is going to create an awareness that your mobile phone is much more than just a device for talk. It allows you to make transactions.
Looks like you've lost the keys to the clue-mobile.
You'll see more and more households using only mobile and that's a bad development for the incumbents.
Many of the pastors of Waveland are still missing. There is literally nothing left. There's a mobile hospital in the Kmart parking lot. They found bodies on the roof. That tells you how high the water was.
Mobile search is another front in that war.
AOL owes its strong position in the mobile domain to its ability to provide seamless access to AIM buddy lists on handsets through an elegantly designed service and its strong relationships with mobile carriers. Its challenge is to demonstrate that it can use AIM as the foundation to engage users with a broader base of services, much as it is seeking to do on the desktop by opening access to its portal and e-mail services and linking these with AIM.
We are focused on changing the economics of mobile email adoption with Nokia Business Center. As the leading mobile phone manufacturer in the world, we have the distinct advantage of being able to make a great mobile business device that can be used to make phone calls, do email, or use other applications. Considering 70 percent of people who use popular email devices also carry a mobile phone, the opportunity for us to provide one device and solution that perfectly addresses both the voice and data experiences is tremendous. In the current landscape, many industry players are going after a slice of the potential mobile email market. Nokia is going after the full 650 million corporate email inboxes. We want to knock down the barriers to mobilizing the entire corporate email market.
Considering 70 percent of people who use popular e-mail devices also carry a mobile phone, the opportunity for us to provide one device and solution that perfectly addresses both the voice and data experiences is tremendous, ... In the current landscape, many industry players are going after a slice of the potential mobile e-mail market. Nokia is going after the full 650 million corporate e-mail inboxes. We want to knock down the barriers to mobilizing the entire corporate e-mail market.
We're excited to be launching a poker game that features simultaneous play with a PC and a mobile phone. It's gives players some great options. We are legally compliant with the United States Department of Justice. We don't accept U.S. bets.
As a mobile telephone-only company, Vodafone faces an inherent weakness as telephone calls in developed countries move onto the Internet. All telecom companies will face falling revenues as calls move online, but at least those offering fixed lines and broadband Internet will get a cut of the remaining revenues.
MORE ENORMOUS. It would be a stretch to say there is any synergy between [the enterprise and mobile businesses].
The mobile [telecom] companies need the data-networking expertise for developing Internet-related services for phones. They don't have that expertise in house.
The unique thing about the mobile phone is it's always with you wherever you go, but you don't always know how to get where you're going.
The desire to participate in the material growth being generated in the Indian mobile market should come as no surprise and has been well flagged by Vodafone.
We are pleased to provide our middleware to Vodafone K.K. that can contribute to greater security for mobile phones. Because the FSE has the industry's fastest authentication speed for mobile phones, an owner's face can be instantly verified. Going forward, we will provide such solutions to the embedded market for entertainment devices as well as to the mobile phone market by combining FSE with our other products, such as FaceCommunicator®-E2 (2).
We will continue to invest in our mobile phone business.
We aim to start mobile phone service by end of 2007.
Before desegregation and when Jim Crow was going on, most of the places blacks would shop were in the Mobile neighborhood.
Nokia will go on conquering the mobile phone market at the expense of its rivals. Nokia has reiterated (its) forecast for the next three years, which makes a refreshing change for companies in this sector.
The reality is that the Internet is not friendly to mobile devices. But over time, the Internet will bend.
Warner Music Group is committed to making the mobile space an important place for consumers to connect with our artists. With this agreement, Warner Music Group not only extends our great partnership with Cingular, but, for the first time, makes Missy Elliott master ringtones available to her many fans.
Such a heavy intervention at both the wholesale and retail levels would be unprecedented in the mobile market and appears disproportionate.