UK company ClearCaller has launched an innovative Caller ID service for mobile phone users with a visual impairment. The service is called C-CallerID and it’s been announced with a half-price offer that’ll be available from 21st February.
C-CallerID generates a full-screen image of one or two initial letters from the mobile phone’s contact list.
Last month we reported that the number of mobile network connections used for wireless machine-to-machine communication reached 81.4 million at the end of 2010.
Today we've heard that Bridgewater Systems was managing more than 10 million M2M devices in 2010.
The Wholesale Applications Community has announced 10 new members, bringing its membership to 68 companies.
Adobe, Amdocs, Eyeline, HP, IBM, Minigate, Neustar, Panasonic, SAP and SanDisk have all recently joined.
Samsung Electronics and IBM have announced an agreement that’ll see the companies licensing their patent portfolios to each other.
Specific terms and conditions were not disclosed.
Market Research company NPD Group says the digital camera is still the preferred device for taking photos, according to its new study from the USA. However, mobile phone usage is catching up.
51% of all pictures taken were captured by a digital camera. Next was the mobile phone at 42%, although this figure varied quite dramatically depending on the user's age.