The GSMA has announced a new technical platform that’s designed to integrate network operator services with mobile applications. It aims to improve the consumer experience by enabling app developers to embed network services (such as billing) within an application.
The news follows last year’s decision to integrate initiatives from the Wholesale Applications Community into the GSMA.
Doro has revealed two new easy-to-use mobile phones at Mobile World Congress this week.
The Doro PhoneEasy 622 is a clamshell feature phone. It’s Doro’s highest-spec feature phone, offering a home-screen weather application and the ability to record video via the 2 megapixel camera.
ZTE has confirmed it’ll be producing a smartphone that uses Mozilla’s HTML5-based Firefox mobile operating system.
The new handset is called the ZTE Open and will launch on the Telefónica network in Spain, Venezuela and Colombia later this year.
Last night the Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced the winners of its inaugural Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards competition.
Winner of the Prototype category - and overall winner, chosen from over 300 submissions - was the Tethercell battery adaptor, a product that enables almost any product using AA batteries to be controlled or monitored via Bluetooth.
Nokia has announced two new Windows Phone devices and two feature phones at Mobile World Congress today.
Both of the Windows Phone smartphones are mid-priced handsets, with initial availability expected within a few weeks.