Technology News Archive - November 29, 2004
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c9610) has announced the addition of The Chinese Mobile Phone Industry, 1H 2004 and Beyond to their offering. Near the end of June 2004, the Chinese government promulgated Document No.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c10195) has announced the addition of China Telecom, China Netcom: China's Broadband Backbone to their offering. The Chinese broadband internet access service market is divided into three segments: DSL, cable modem, and FTTx+LAN.
THERE is a strong consumer interest in user-centric broadband applications in Malaysia, according to Alcatel.
Ring tones are so yesterday. If wireless companies have their way, the next multibillion-dollar surprise in the cellular business will be "Ringback" tones.
Sony Corp. plans to begin selling home servers for broadband and high-definition TV systems powered by a revolutionary new computer chip in 2006, the Japanese electronics and entertainment giant said Monday.
BETHESDA, Md., Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Iridium Satellite LLC, the global supplier of mobile satellite communication services, today announced that its subscriber base grew by 29 percent for the nine months ended September 30, 2004 versus the comparable period in 2003.
New Virtualization Solution Deployed by Boeing in Military Equipment Green Hills Software, Inc., the market leader in safety-critical and royalty-free Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS), today announced the immediate availability of INTEGRITY PC, an extension to the company's INTEGRITY operating system that enables the incorporation of legacy applications and traditional operating systems, such as Linux, into high-security and high-reliability applications.
Lawyers for Australia's recording industry branded the popular Kazaa file-swapping network "an engine of copyright piracy to a degree of magnitude never before seen" as they launched a court battle to shut down Kazaa's illegal activities.
Japanese electronics maker Toshiba Corp. is getting support from four Hollywood studios for its next-generation DVD format which is expected to be used in players, recorders and other products that go on the market late in 2005.
CHICAGO, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprint customers throughout Chicagoland are enjoying outstanding wireless performance as a result of recent initiatives to enhance the nation's most complete all-digital nationwide wireless network.