Back in February we reported that Skype was dropping its Windows Mobile software because it didn't offer "a great Skype experience".
Now Nimbuzz, which offers instant messaging and VoIP services, says it'll be removing Nimbuzz for Windows Mobile from its website from 1st July. The reason? "The application was not delivering a great mobile experience like on all the other mobile operating systems."
Rugged phone manufacturer Sonim Technologies has launched a special version of its XP3 handset that can be combined with a new 'lone worker' safety solution.
The Sonim XP3 Sentinel offers the company's usual ultra-touch specifications: it can be dropped from 2 metres onto concrete, will survive in a metre of water for up to 30 minutes and can operate in temperatures from -20 to +55 Celsius.
The UK is leading the way in mobile commerce, according to a new report from the Mobile Marketing Association. A new report from the MMA and its research partner Lightspeed Research reveals that 19% of UK consumers currently participate in mobile commerce, followed by 13% of Germans and 9% of French. Purchasing on mobile phones is led by 18 to 34-year-olds; 29% of UK consumers, 21% of German and 15% of French consumers were in this age group.