July 17, 2009

Mobile Headline, 17 July 2009

Nokia sales and profits dip in 2nd quarter

Symbian Foundation Announced Brand New Application Publishing Platform "Horizon", it's not an application store. Horizon will back up developer making application for Symbian OS.

Operator O2 may lose exclusive distribution of the iPhone. T-Mobile may get a rihgt to sell iPhone in UK

Foxconn may manufacture iPhone for China Unicom? Wi-Fi is not standard in China, iPhone for China to employ Chinese standard Wireless LAN module.

Nokia to accelerate mobile services push and to acquire 300 million users of Nokia's VAS services in 2011.

Google Brings Location To The Mobile Web On The iPhone

Windows app store extended to existing models

Zero-Sum comic contents provider in Japan provides local comic for mobile handsets in India via Vodafone Essar

4,000 Indian jobs go as BT brings call centre work back to UK

Huawei and Viettle agreed to construct 3,000 base stations of HSPA+ in main cities in Vaitnum

Blyk MVNO to run as Orange agent. Orange to line up Blyk as one of their brands

NEC merged Mobile Manufacturing Section to other device section and erased the word "Mobile" in the company