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Nokia 700 powered by Symbian Belle rings the changes

The Nokia 700 is the first phone to show off Symbian Belle, Nokia's latest update to the Symbian software that currently powers its phones.

By August 24, 2011


Wedding bells ring on Amazon

Its newly launched planning guides, registry service and vendor links are designed to help couples prepare for the big day.

May 6, 2005


Bells ringing in Net phone 911

Meetings between nation's local phone elite and Net phone providers are spurring action to ease major VoIP concern.

By March 6, 2005


For Twitter's IPO, first comes the #Ring

Like every other milestone in its history, Twitter's rebirth this morning as a publicly traded company has been thoroughly documented on its own platform.

By November 7, 2013


Ma Bell rings in Dorman as president

Telecom giant AT&T names communications veteran David Dorman, who most recently led Concert, as its new president.

November 28, 2000


At Levi Strauss, green trees are brown (photos)

At its San Francisco headquarters, the company offers up a green alternative to live trees--100 percent recycled cardboard trees, entirely produced and manufactured with solar energy. Also: Salvation Army attempts to break the bell-ringing record.

By December 16, 2011


'Daily Show' gives Palin historical Twitter hashtag

In celebration of Sarah Palin's slight misrecollection of the story of Paul Revere, 'The Daily Show' staff creates a Twitter hashtag in order to collect Palinesque versions of history.

By June 4, 2011


Friday Poll: Biggest news out of Barcelona?

Which of the most-discussed stories from the Mobile World Congress wireless show this week got your bell ringing? Vote in our poll.

By February 20, 2009


A post-IPO snapshot of Shutterfly

One year after its market debut--and a dramatic plane landing--the company is holding its own as the rare independent photo-printing site. Photos: Shutterfly's big picture

By September 18, 2007


Ringtone roundup: Ding ding!

Who's responsible for the No. 1 ringtone in the land this week? Nobody knows.

By July 5, 2007