At the GSMA Mobile World Congress, AMD announced an expanded portfolio of products and technologies to enable such popular, media-rich applications as mobile TV, 3D games and high-fidelity audio, delivering immersive entertainment to tomorrow’s mobile phones and handheld devices.
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LG Electronics unveiled its latest products and future technologies at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2008 in Barcelona, Spain.
Nokia and Google announced that Google’s popular search engine will be integrated with the Nokia Search application. The integration will begin in select markets with the Nokia N96, Nokia N78, Nokia 6210 Navigator and Nokia 6220 classic.
Facebook announced the first step in a broad plan to internationalize the site with translation into Spanish. German and French versions of Facebook are expected in the coming weeks.
Apple has introduced Aperture™ 2, the next major release of its groundbreaking photo editing and management software with over 100 new features that make it faster, easier to use and more powerful.
At the start of the Microsoft/Yahoo saga we reported that News Corp. was scrambling to put together a bid to compete with Microsoft, but backed down because they were unable to find outside funding to make the deal lucrative enough (the sorry state of the debt markets contributed to the problem). via TechCrunch.
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Sony Ericsson has launched five new phones; one of which could well redefine the way Windows Mobiles are looked at right now. The XPERIA X1 is by far Sony Ericsson’s most attractive phone in a long time. How well it works remains to be seen.
NXP Semiconductors, the independent semiconductor company founded by Philips, announced today that it has been selected by Samsung Electronics, one of the world’s leading mobile phone manufacturers, as one of its 3G solutions suppliers. NXP will provide the Nexperia Cellular System Solution 7210 to Samsung for a new generation UMTS/EDGE handset.