1Gb DRAM for Mobiles from SantaSanta' gift for your mobile: Samsung announced the development of the first 1 gigabit DRAM chip for mobile phones. `With the development of the 1 gigabit mobile DRAM chip, we have captured the high ground in the ultra-small memory chip market, which is expected to start to grow in 2007', said Samsung. The company is to produce the chip from the second quarter of 2007. Do I have to keep my old PC with 512Mb?
Comments (0) 28-12-2006
1M of Mobile TV Subscribers
TU Media, the Korean S-DMB service provider, announced the number of subscribers to satellite DMB or paid mobile TV service exceeded 1 million, in 20 months after its launch in May 2005. TU Media offers 7 video and 20 radio channels via satellite and land-based transmitters.
While S-DMB is a paid service on subscription, T-DMB service (land-based) is free.
Comments (0) 26-12-2006
What web sites Japanese access from mobiles
Latest survey tells on Japanese tastes:
- Content, as ring tones, pics, .. - 61.0%
- News and weather - 53.7%
- Public transport info - 38.3%
- Eating and drinking - 24.7%
- Amusement-related (cinemas, etc) - 20.3%
- Forum - 19.7%
- SNS (Social Networking Service) - 15.3%
- Blog - 15.3%
- Don’t access web from mobile - 17.0%
Comments (0) 18-12-2006
Personalized mobile ads?Ericson and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) launch a two months trial program for personalized Mobile TV advertising. Users will be able to interact by voting, chatting, uploading photos and videos. Ads shown to users based on the user's age, gender, geo and persona. Types of ads include video, banners, ticker texts. Nevertheless, nobody wants to pay for mobile content. At least teens. The study of 1,500 children shows young generation like mobile web, especially mobile video, but don't like to pay for content. 29% browsed web on mobile once a month, 10% once a week and 7% once a day. Of those who didn't go on the internet, 24% said it's expensive. 45% want to send video messages.
Comments (0) 08-12-2006