Results 9 - 12 from 13 for "smartphones"

9. E.ON starts a pilot project with Audi A1 e-tron in Munich09.09.2010   14:22 
The project partners Audi, E.ON, Stadtwerke München (SWM) and Technische Universität Munich (TUM) fired the starting shot for a fleet test with electric cars in the Munich model region today. By the middle of next year 20 Audi e-trons will come onto the roads successively and 200 new charging
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10. Future lies in “smart networks for smart devices”31.08.2010   10:41 
  Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia Siemens Networks, today outlined the company’s commitment to transforming mobile networks to cope with the explosion in smart devices. This commitment includes the creation of a “Smartphone Experience Lab” based in Telefónica premises in Madrid.
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11. Mtel Launched Android-based Application Contest28.04.2010   12:47 
  Bulgarian mobile operator Mtel announced yesterday that it launches a contest for the development of Android-based applications for smartphones, reported BTA. The contestants should submit their registration at and register their application in Android
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12. Operators can now migrate cost-efficiently to next-generation wireless networks24.03.2010   15:42 
  Operators can now offer their subscribers more compelling data services at attractive prices. In recent customer projects, Nokia Siemens Networks has tested and proven how its all-IP FlexiPacket Radio microwave solution successfully interoperates with the Tellabs 8600 family for IP/MPLS* networks.
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