LG Electronics will show off their new Push-To-View (PTV) mobile phone technology at this year's 3GSM World Congress 2005.
Led by strong growth by Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry shipments, worldwide personal digital assistant (PDA) shipments increased 6.6 percent in 2004, according to Gartner.
The agreement anounced today between the two companies, includes long-term collaboration on digital media format support for Nokia handsets and Windows Media Player.
Cingular will begin selling the Quad-Band BlackBerry 7100g world-phone as part of its line-up.
In February, Berlin will become the first German city to start using ticket-free 'mobile-phone parking'. Cool idea, complicated process.
Nokia will ship RealAudio, RealVideo and the Helix DNA powered RealPlayer on a wide variety of Nokia mobile devices.
Nokia's new Xpress audio messaging service allows an audio message to be recorded and sent with only a few clicks of a button.
Mobile phone users will be able to securely send full tracks that they have purchased, from one mobile phone to another mobile phone via Bluetooth wireless technology.
BenQ is collaborating with Kineto Wireless to develop UMA (Unlicensed Mobile Access) enabled dual mode GSM-WiFi handsets.
MobileBurn reviews the sweet looking Siemens SK65 cell phone with integrated Blackberry.
Xdrive has announce their new music service which lets people enjoy digital music collection via their Treo cell phones and any Palm, Tungsten or Sony Clie PDA.
The Tech Lounge reviews the new Palm Tungsten T5 PDA and is fairly happy with their new offering.
The worldwide market for handheld devices experienced its third straight year of decline in 2004 according to research firm IDG.
Their latest headset, the Mobile Freedom, is a real solid performer and a great value for people looking to upgrade to a Bluetooth v1.2 headset.
According to Slashphone, an official with Siemens China told China Daily that they have no plans on selling their cell phone unit.