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Cell phone market on vibrate

A new chip and browser, as well as new networks and devices, are creating greater options for consumers.

A new chip and browser, as well as new networks and devices, are creating greater options for consumers.


The company hopes to make waves in the wireless market with "Manitoba," which it says will allow cell phones to offer more sophisticated applications and longer battery life.
February 12, 2003


Sony Ericsson turns to a browser from Opera Software that will let its P800 cell phone customers see bulky Web pages on their tiny screens.
February 11, 2003


The telecommunications company says it's ready to license new cell phone technology it says will let carriers build telephone networks that are 10 times faster than anything now commercially available.
February 11, 2003


Armed with a grant from the FCC and a new lower-priced BlackBerry device, Research In Motion is looking to target the large consumer market.
February 11, 2003


Research In Motion says its pagers will soon be able to use cellular networks to wirelessly synchronize data with remote computers, a feature already offered by rival Good.
February 10, 2003

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Cell phone maker Nokia warns that a growing number of its handsets are being damaged by badly made or counterfeit batteries from other companies.
February 7, 2003