Verizon Wireless Launches Mobile Music Video

Verizon, the first to offer U.S. video services to mobile phones with data speeds similar to home computers, will charge $3.99 for each music video download on top of the $15 a month it plans to charge for V Cast.

Continue Reading Add comment January 31st, 2005

LG Telecom to Offer Mobile Banking

SEOUL, Asia Pulse reports – LG Telecom Ltd. (KOSDAQ:032640), the smallest of South Korea’s three mobile phone operators, said Monday it will jointly offer a mobile banking service with Citigroup’s local banking unit.

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Mobile Search by SMS

Yahoo! takes a different approch to mobile search from Google.

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Frost Research Report on SMS Marketing

This Frost & Sullivan analysis of the mobile marketing and short code SMS markets in the United States provides information on mobile marketing campaigns based on push/pull, voice, SMS, multimedia messaging service (MMS), wireless applied protocol (WAP), and Java and binary run-time environment for wireless (BREW).

Continue Reading Add comment January 27th, 2005

Verizon Wireless Launches MobiTV

Verizon Wireless launched MobiTV as part of its MEdia Net service, powered by Berkeley, CA based Idetic Inc.

Continue Reading Add comment January 26th, 2005

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