Archive for the ‘Wi-Fi’ Category

Mobile Marketing : Apple – iPhone – A Guided Tour

juillet 5, 2007

It’s available…

iPhone review is coming… stay connected… 😉

Aplle Apple – iPhone – A Guided Tour

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Mobile Marketing : Apple – iPhone – Breakthrough Internet Device

juin 20, 2007

iPhone features a rich HTML email client and Safari — the most advanced web browser ever on a portable device — which automatically syncs bookmarks from your PC or Mac. Safari also includes built-in Google and Yahoo! search. iPhone is fully multi-tasking, so you can read a web page while downloading your email in the background over Wi-Fi or EDGE.

Safari web browser
With its advanced Safari browser, iPhone lets you see any web page the way it was designed to be seen, then easily zoom in by simply tapping on the multi-touch display with your finger.

iPhone uses a rich HTML email client that fetches your email in the background from most POP3 or IMAP mail services and displays photos and graphics right along with the text.

Google Maps
With Google Maps and iPhone’s amazing Maps application, you can view maps and satellite images, or get directions and traffic information, all from iPhone’s remarkable, easy-to-use touch interface.

iPhone even has widgets: small applications that give you helpful information like stock reports, weather reports, and more in real time.

Apple – iPhone – Breakthrough Internet Device

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Mobile Marketing : CES News Special Report – The Apple iPhone runs OS X

janvier 9, 2007

Capping literally years of speculation on perhaps the most intensely followed unconfirmed product in Apple’s history — and that’s saying a lot — the iPhone has been announced today.

Yeah, we said it: « iPhone, » the name the entire free world had all but unanimously christened it from the time it’d been nothing more than a twinkle in Stevie J’s eye (comments, Cisco?). Sweet, glorious specs of the 11.6 millimeter device (that’s frickin’ thin, by the way) include a 3.5-inch wide touchscreen display with multi-touch support and a proximity sensor to turn off the sensor when it’s close to your face, 2 megapixel cam, 8 GB of storage, Bluetooth with EDR, WiFi that automatically engages when in range, and quadband GSM radio with EDGE — and amazingly, it somehow runs OS X with support for Widgets, Google Maps, and Safari, and iTunes (of course) with CoverFlow out of the gate. A partnership with Yahoo will allow all iPhone customers to hook up with free push IMAP email.

More Pictures on engadget CES Live Report :
The Apple iPhone – Engadget

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Mobile Marketing – Press Release : Nokia Service Suite prepares the way for tomorrow’s mobility today

octobre 31, 2006

Technology Innovators already offering Consumer Services

The convergence of cellular and Internet technologies has reached a stage where the future of mobility will be determined by players ready to take the next step. For consumers, using a PC and broadband connection to reach friends and family around the globe has become a familiar procedure. Now with dual mode phones and the increasing availability of home and hotspot wireless LANs (WLANs), consumers can get to the next level.

Nokia today announced Nokia Service Suite, a software solution which automates both the connectivity over the available access methods like cellular and WLAN, and also provides the preferred location and presence specific services to the user. Nokia Service Suite heralds a whole new generation of consumer services for voice, data and rich media. Telio, a leading European broadband telephony provider and technology innovator, is the first to adopt and deploy the technology for consumers.

Nokia Service Suite is capable of simplifying and economizing any communication application – the download and upload of rich media, including pictures, music, video podcasts, email and voice. Nokia Service Suite does this by automating connectivity and achieving the most convenient combination of cellular and WLAN access.

Alan Duric, Chief Technology Officer and co-Founder of Telio said about the Nokia Service Suite: « The combination of Nokia’s powerful solution and Telio’s flexible technology platform has enabled a whole new world of possibilities that go well beyond VoIP. As a core technology, I see Nokia Service Suite creating a wave of innovation in the mobile industry and revolutionizing the way people will communicate in future. »

« Nokia Service Suite opens up great new business potential for new and existing services that can be seamlessly deployed by providers and easily consumed by end-users. Telio has proven to be a valuable front runner in the adoption of our technology for consumers. We are delighted with the close cooperation, » said Markku Rauhamaa, Vice President of Local Interactions at Nokia Emerging Business Unit. « All the elements are now in place for the public to enjoy a richer, more economical and accessible mobile experience. »

The possibilities enabled by Nokia Service Suite are already being commercially deployed by service providers like Telio as well as Information and Communications Technology (ICT) companies, including Fujitsu Services Oy.

Nokia Service Suite is available today for all Nokia WLAN enabled dual mode devices, both Nokia Nseries and Nokia Eseries devices. Equally important, the Nokia Service Suite is an open platform that can be used for other WLAN enabled devices. For example, the Nokia N80 Internet Edition is a multimedia computer optimized for Internet Calls. The VoIP framework, based on SIP-protocol is integrated into its user interface, so making an Internet Call on the Nokia N80 Internet Edition is as easy as making a regular voice call, only the call is carried over WLAN.

Nokia Service Suite makes its official debut and will be demonstrated at VON Europe Autumn 2006 Conference in Berlin Germany on November 6 – 8.

Nokia – ShowPressRelease

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Mobile Marketing – Nokia Announces N80 Internet Edition

septembre 5, 2006

Nokia fires a shot across bows of Internet smartphones with its N80 Internet Edition, featuring VoIP, Wi-Fi, Yahoo services, three megapixel camera, and more.

Finland’s Nokia today announced its N80 Internet Edition mobile phone, a successor to its N80 multimedia phone, The N80 Internet edition can be used both as a stanard mobile phone and as a VoIP handset; Nokia promises users will be able to download and install clients for virtually any VoIP service. In addition to the standard smartphone capabilities—calendar, email, text messaging, organizer, etc.—the N80 enables users to find and map locations, browse the Internet, share photos, and more.

« Mobilizing the internet is a major strategic focus for Nokia and I’m excited to see how people can participate on the internet using the Nokia N80 Internet Edition, » said Ralph Eric Kunz, Nokia’s vice president for multimedia, in a statement. « The internet has evolved from static web pages to communities and people sharing experiences. I believe it will be multimedia computers, such as the Nokia N80 Internet Edition, that will be primary devices for people to participate in this phenomenon, in addition to PCs. »

Part of the N80 Internet Edition’s promise: Nokia’s new Download! client, which enables users to see new applications available for their phones, as well as download updates for their current applications. The N80 also sports a MiniMap function in its Web browser which plots search listings on onscreen maps, and compatibility with’s MobiPocket reader, plus Yahoo Go for Mobile and an integrated Yahoo search clients. Add to this a three megapixel video-capable camera, a 352 by 316 pixel color display, up to 40 MB of onboard storage (with expansion via miniSD cards), an integrated music player (MP3, AAC, m5a, eAAC_, and WMA), an FM receiver, Bluetooth and 802.11g wireless networking, and USB 2.0, Nokia may have reason to think they have a winner on their hands.

Nokia says the N80 Internet Edition will be available in two colors—pearl black and patina bronze—by mid-September. No pricing information is available: that’ll all depend on carriers and network operators.

Nokia Announces N80 Internet Edition – Mobile News – Digital Trends

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Maporama Mobile on the road powered by AvantGo

juillet 17, 2006

Access MAPORAMA services from your computer, at work or at home, by exporting the maps or itineraries to your PDA.
With all PDAs, you can very easily download maps or driving directions from the web to your PDA.

You will have the unique opportunity to consult maps or driving directions, anywhere anytime on your mobile way!

Access MAPORAMA Wireless services when travelling, by using online your PDA or Smart Phone.
If you have a PDA with a wireless modem or if you can connect via an infrared port, you can consult MAPORAMA wireless, the MAPORAMA wireless services!

Itineraries, maps, trafic info (only avalaible for IDF-France in Beta version).

You will have the unique opportunity to make any request and to consult the result, anywhere anytime on your mobile way!

One address to remember:

Mobile Maporama

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Nokia propose ses services mobiles en Wi-Fi dans Central Park

juillet 13, 2006

Des réseaux Internet sans fil en accès libre ont été déployés dans dix parcs de la ville de New York.

Nokia a été sélectionné pour fournir des services mobiles en accès Wi-Fi gratuit dans les parcs de New York. Les réseaux Internet sans fil sont installés dans dix parcs principaux de la ville, notamment Washington Square, Union Square, Corona Flushing Meadows, Battery Park et huit points d’accès dans Central Park.

La propriété et la maintenance de l’infrastructure réseau dépend de WiFi Salon, une start-up installée à New York, qui a obtenu les droits exclusifs de concession du département des parcs et zones de jeux de New York.

Nokia présentera ses services mobile multimédia accessibles dans les parcs mobiles dans le courant de l’été, en association avec des partenaires médias locaux.

« Le réseau Wi-Fi élargi donnera aux visiteurs des parcs bien plus d’options. », assure Adrian Benepe, le responsable municipal en charge de l’exploitation des parcs. « Les amoureux des parcs peuvent désormais jouer au cricket, marquer des buts, prendre une vague ou surfer sur le Net dans les plus grands parcs de notre ville. »

Floris van de Klashorst, directeur en charge des services mobiles multimédia chez Nokia, a indiqué que cette opération est une grande occasion pour montrer ce qu’il est possible de faire avec des terminaux mobiles de nouvelle génération.

« Le Wi-Fi en parcs est une excellente manière de tester de nouveaux services avec nos partenaires médias, pendant que les New-Yorkais continuent à apprécier leurs passe-temps favori tels que lire le journal en écoutant de la musique ou en accédant à Internet. », commente le directeur multimédia. Les utilisateurs auront besoin d’un téléphone Wi-Fi estampillé Nokia, tels que les séries Nokia N80 et N91 ou le smartphone Tablet Internet Nokia 770. – Nokia propose ses services mobiles en Wi-Fi dans Central Park

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