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A Singapore company has developed a new phone that can take your pulse when you press your fingers on a receptor, then sends the results to a 24-hour medical call center that can determine if you need medical assistance or not.
HONG KONG, November 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The GSMA, the body that represents the worldwide mobile communications industry, today revealed the details of six additional grants from the Mobile Money for the Unbanked Fund (MMU), which is administered by the GSMA Foundation, Inc.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) and the leading Bangladeshi operator Grameenphone, have signed an agreement to extend the capacity of the Telenor Group company's all-IP core network.
Chinese network infrastructure provider Huawei Technologies is continuing to expand its presence in the Asia Pacific market with a three year network expansion contract from Indonesia's new GSM and 3G operator Axis to roll out its full service national network.
The number of mobile telephone subscribers in Bangladesh rose by 600,000 in August, lifting the total number of subscribers to 45.4 million in one of the world's fastest-growing cellular markets, data from the country's telecommunications regulator showed Thursday.
Grameenphone, a joint venture enterprise between Telenor and Grameen Telecom, has agreed to pay an administrative fine of BDT2500 million to the Bangladesh Telecommunications Regulatory Commission for providing E1 connectivity to third parties, enabling the use of VOIP technology which is unlawful and illegal.
Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) is launching a pilot in Bangladesh to demonstrate how to improve productivity and quality of life in the country with the use of high-speed internet services through 3G/HSPA technology.
Motorola will sell more than 6 million mobile phones for less than $30 each in a new program to bring cheap handsets to developing markets, industry body the GSM Association said on Tuesday.