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    Advertising to fund free downloads

    Database, Published on 17/02/2010

    » Research company Gartner predicts the mobile application store market will reach $6.2 billion (205 billion baht) this year as smart phones grow in popularity and app stores become the focus for several players, according to Stephanie Baghdassarian, research director.

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    ToT and 365 add to size and quality of 3G network

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/02/2010

    » ToT has announced two phases of uplifts for its 3G network in Thailand, along with a doubling of speed to 14.4 MBPS, while 365 has added over a thousand new users to its fledgling service.

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    Already looking to the next Apple news

    Database, James Hein, Published on 17/02/2010

    » Seems the feedback for the iPad has been a bit lukewarm. Some have described it as ''an iPhone having a mid-life crisis''. It is like the iPhone but without multitasking, no Flash and no wide screen video playback capability. The iPhone itself is still dong well but the new unit didn't live up to expectations. Some of the problem is the responsibilities Apple has. They need to keep their developers happy to minimise app rewriting. Then there are the shareholders who expect customers to be locked into the iTunes store for everything, hence there is no Flash and you will not be able to play Evony or Farmville on your iPad.

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    Out of the blue

    Database, Published on 17/02/2010

    » PM's Office Minister Sathit Wongnongtoey decided right out of the blue to call on the Magnificent Seven to get their act together and press ahead with an auction of third-generation phone bandwidth, and to heck with the consequences, constitution and so on; the National Telecommunications Commission, in his opinion, needs to move along because the public needs 3G. The National Telecommunications Commission chuckled at Mr Sathit, and made another decision to delay another project, this one the application by No 1 yuppiephone network Advanced Info Service of Shingapore to fire up its proposed roaming service with your TOT; the problem was so important that the NTC gave it to a deputy secretary, Thakorn Boonyasith, who said the proposed new TOT-AIS hookup could violate the terms of the old TOT-AIS concession; AIS wants to suck up most of the TOT's 3G bandwidth, such as it is, in return for which it will allow other customers to use AIS facilities for calls outside the small corner of Bangkok where 3G is actually available.

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    Brains and Brawn

    Brunch, Richard Mcleish, Published on 21/02/2010

    » Samsung recently released the Omnia Pro B7610, landing with an oversized thud squarely in the slide-out keyboard, touch screen class of phones. Most manufacturers are still making a sliding qwerty model, and although the units have oversized dimensions by their nature, the trade-off is enhanced usability, which seems strange in a market obsessed with compactness.

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    Industry figures address 3G's teething problems

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/02/2010

    » It has been more than two months since the 3G launch by ToT and its five partner MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators), but how has the consumer fared?

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    Google unveils new smartphone

    AFP, Published on 06/01/2010

    » Google has unveiled its new Nexus One smartphone in a direct challenge to heavyweight Apple's iPhone handsets.

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    Latest gadgets for the month of love

    Published on 13/02/2010

    » iThink, therefore iAm ready for ergo-fit, hi-res, ultra-slim, hot-hued, uber-caffeinated, paisly-inspired, super-durable high-end accessories.

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    Evolution, not revolution, of telecoms

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 13/01/2010

    » So the Google Super-phone, the Nexus One, has finally been unveiled to the world after a gestation that had many guessing and teetering at the edge of their seats for months. Watching to the streaming video press conference, I could not help but feel that for the most part it was evolution, not revolution, at least when it came to the product. The real revolution was in the way the archaic telecommunications sector in the United States is poised to be shaken up.

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    Nexus One to redefine smart phone high end

    Database, Published on 13/01/2010

    » Last week, Google launched the Nexus One, an HTC-built phone using Google's own mobile software platform, Android. The high-end handset, described by Google as a 'Super Phone', will compete directly with other high-end Android phones.

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