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A British company that specialises in mobile messaging has launched a pair of phones in a bid to help people in the developing world keep in touch
Assuming it can get AT&T to sign on, Synchronica's software would let iPhone users get their corporate e-mail.
U.K.-based Synchronica signs a deal to acquire a Nokia unit that provides e-mail, instant messaging, and other software for cellular carriers.
Also: Synchronica launches service that pushes social networks and news updates to mobile phones; Phreesia raises $11.6 million in funding; and TradeKing launches education platform.
A new service can remotely make a smartphone emit a "high-pitched wail" so it can be found after it has been stolen or misplaced.
Exchange in the iPhone's native e-mail client, sort of