Mon October 25, 2010

Sat October 23, 2010

SIM card for iPhone 3G S (1) -- JCI's service

posted by sam at 08:25:58 JST on Sat October 23, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile

Thu October 21, 2010

TBS On Demand Mobile has begun

Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) Television, Inc. has launched a mobile site for on-demand video delivery.

Its mobile site TBS On Demand Mobile is an official one for NTT DoCoMo's i-mode service.

DoCoMo's users can watch some of TBS's TV programs via the i-appli on demand by paying fees.

posted by sam at 00:03:11 JST on Thu October 21, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile

Wed October 20, 2010

Three more Android smartphones and one tablet PC from KDDI (1) -- IS series, SMT-i9100, and Skype on them

KDDI Corp. unveiled its three Android-based smartphones and one tablet PC and announced an alliance with Skype Limited on October 18.

The three smartphones are REGZA Phone IS04, IS05, and SIRIUSα IS06.

The tablet PC is called SMT-i9100.

And KDDI announced on October 18 that it had concluded a strategic comprehensive tie-up with Luxembourg-based Skype Limited.


posted by sam at 03:25:10 JST on Wed October 20, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile

Tue October 19, 2010

DoCoMo Market (i-mode) to launch in December (2) -- Corporate and individual developers

The DoCoMo Market (i-mode) is DoCoMo's mobile site that deals in applications for i-mode, or i-appli.

Applications can be registered on the site by both corporate and individual developers without having to maintain their own servers.


posted by sam at 00:40:23 JST on Tue October 19, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile

Sat October 16, 2010

DoCoMo Market (i-mode) to launch in December (1) -- Marketplace for i-mode

NTT DoCoMo, Inc. announced on October 12 that it will launch a mobile marketplace for i-mode in early December.

Its marketplace DoCoMo Market (i-mode) is DoCoMo's mobile site that deals in applications for i-mode, or i-appli.

posted by sam at 01:30:35 JST on Sat October 16, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile

Wed October 13, 2010

SBM to levy new double-ceiling rate on smartphone packets

Softbank Mobile (SBM) Corp. announced on October 6 that it will bring in two new double-ceiling rate plans for data communications on its Android- and Windows Mobile-based smartphones on November 12.

One is “Unlimited Packet Communications S for Smartphone,” which will charge the subscriber ¥390 at least and ¥5,985 at most every month.

The other is “Unlimited Packet Communications MAX for Smartphone,” which is only for the users that subscribe to it by April 30, 2011. It will charge the subscriber ¥3,985 at least and ¥5,985 at most every month.

Which plan will save more data communications fee will depend on how the user does data communications on her/his smartphone.

posted by sam at 00:00:06 JST on Wed October 13, 2010 | Comment(0) | TrackBack(0) | mobile
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