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Tuesday's MWC News Bits

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Tuesday's MWC News Bits
Here are some news bits directly from MWC that could have been overshadowed by more important ones:

  • Nokia Siemens Networks shows off HSPA+ network technology that allows for speeds of up to 112 Mbps. This is made possible via simultaneous utilization of four cellular base stations. (source: WebWire)


  • Android gets MusicStation. The service by Omnifone offers access to over 6.5mln. audio tracks and is available to customers in over 20 countries. It got showcased on HTC handsets, but works with all cell phones. (source: BusinessWire)


  • Panasonic, NEC and ELSE will join up forces to manufacture LiMo devices. The other piece of news relating to the platform is that it will come with Flash support. Unfortunately, most upcoming cell phones with the Linux-based operating system are to become available to Asian consumers only. (source: ME, MobileBurn)


  • GestureTek showcases gesture recognition technology. It will enable developers to create games and applications for Android and Symbian that will allow for software control via not only gestures, but through the device camera as well, since it will be able to recognize hand movements and faces. (source: BusinessWire)


  • Nuance introduces a new version of its application for easier text entry. The software enable you to type away via multitouch and combines it with handwriting recognition and predicative input (Т9). (source: BusinessWire)

Tuesday's MWC News Bits
Tuesday's MWC News Bits


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