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The United States Government Accountability Office has released a 320 page report (PDF) admitting that "DHS has made limited progress in the areas of emergency preparedness and response."
A new free service by IBM will allow users of any computer or mobile device such as the iPhone to gain real-time access t
World of content for education
Nearly 3 percent a year increase for the ICT industry
Vodafone new deal
Plenty of Room for Growth
Global Internet Capacity to Tighten
Online and automotive Location-Based Services (LBS) are catching on in China, while mobile LBS is having difficulty gaining traction.
To become law by 2007
Mobile Content Framework 4.0
The world is round for phone to web service
Where is the news? Revenues, say analysts
OneNet FON launches
According to recent findings, Web 2.0 technologies and business models dominate emerging technologies
Mobile subscribers aged 13-24 are most likely to use mobile applications, but content companies should not ignore older subscribers who account for 70 percent of users.
Speech-enabled Solutions and technologies are taken up
Effective Content Delivery
Still in their infancy, mobile TV services in China are ready to take flight, according to research.
A mouse roars whilst the lions doze, says Bola Rotibi
GSMA and Intel to enable laptops to connect automatically to high-speed 3G broadband data and Wi-Fi networks via SIM
Copyright enforcement signals new era
Location-based services (LBS) may finally realize its potential in the Asia/Pacific region in the upcoming five years, reports In-Stat
Location Based Services expected to be a hit in Asia
Conversation with Greg J Rothfuss, by PDM
Entertainment, Consolidation, Convergence and New Business Models for Voice Cause Market Shakeups
Begin with taking stock
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