Two SMS a day for mobile users in China

China’s 300+ million mobile phone users to send 220 billion (with a B) SMS this year, which translates to about 2 SMS per user per day, which translates to US $2.12 Billion in revenue to operators.

Continue Reading Add comment December 19th, 2004

Blog Site Enhancement

You can view this blog on your PDA now I have enabled PDA friendly feature on this blog, powered by Alex King‘s wp-mobile hacks. View it now!

I also tried creating a link that would allow anyone to add my blog RSS feed to their My Yahoo page. But this effort was not successful because Yahoo RSS does NOT recognize my RSS feed. Does it mean Yahoo RSS doesn’t support WordPress generated feeds (RSS2.0) yet? That would be a bummer.

Yahoo RSS not supporting RSS2.0?

Future plan: I am testing out a three column template for this blog. I already got a good start, thanks to Lee Penny at http://www.viewfinderdesign.co.uk/freetemplates/

Add comment December 18th, 2004

phonescoop.com

A nice site on mobile phone news, info, reviews, community, Simple UI design and good information.

Via mowp.net

UPDATE: phonescoop.com added a new cell phone finder feature called “Jump to a phone”, which is pretty neat. Once you know the make and model number of the cell phone you are looking for, you can use the feature to look up cell phone specifications. What’s missing, however, is that it doesnot have information on the latest cool cell phones on the Asia market.

A list of other mobile phone review site:

Add comment December 17th, 2004

QUALCOMM Opens BREW Developer Lab in India

This is one of the nine BREW developer labs around the world. The lab provides paid access to the latest Qualcomm cell phones and development/test tools. http://brew.qualcomm.com/brew/en/developer/resources/ds/dev_lab.html

Continue Reading Add comment December 15th, 2004

Pushing Email to Low-cost Phones

Inforworld reported that Intellisync released goAnywhere that gives push e-mail capability for low-cost phones, i.e. those millions of so-called feature phones. This was made possible because these phone already have SyncML installed. For better experience and heavy users, smart phone would be a smarter choice to use this product. None of the US carriers have announced immediate availability of the service yet though.

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1 comment December 14th, 2004


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