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WASHINGTON: The Pentagon is expected to clear Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry mobile devices for use on Defense Department networks in the next few weeks, part of an effort to ensure the military has access to the latest communications technology, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
SEATTLE: Microsoft Corp recently talked with Nokia about buying the Finnish phone maker's devices unit, but the discussions faltered and are not likely to be revived, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday in its online edition.
NEW YORK: In as little as a few months, airline passengers could play video games, read e-books, watch movies and listen to music while their flights take off or land, ending a long-standing ban on devices being used during those risky phases.
TORONTO: Shares of Research In Motion Ltd surged 17.3 percent in Toronto on Thursday on rising optimism around RIM's soon-to-be-launched BlackBerry 10 devices that will vie against Apple's iPhone and Android-based smartphones.
KUALA LUMPUR: At least three out of five Malaysians or 58% say that they could not imagine life without mobile devices, according to Nielsen’s latest "Mobile Shopping, Banking and Payment" eport.
Samsung Malaysia plans to aggressively promote digital convergence devices among Malaysian consumers in view of the growing demand for such devices in the exciting digital economy. Managing director Won Jong Duk sees that although a relative newcomer, Samsung has become a household name in Malaysia.
HEWLETT-PACKARD Sales (M) Sdn Bhd (HP) is confident of its prospects in the local handheld devices market via the extension of its iPAQ handheld devices range with better converged data and voice mobile applications, country general manager (personal systems group) Wong Chun Fong said.