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ATI Technologies has received orders for chips to be used in NTT DoCoMo's FOMA F900i series handsets, according to sources. The orders come on top of recent chip orders from Motorola for use in its...
Japan's top cellphone operator NTT DoCoMo is to invest 37 billion yen (343 million dollars) in the two years to March 2006 to help manufacturers develop software for third-generation (3G) handsets. The...
NTT DoCoMo Inc., Japan's dominant mobile phone company, said on Thursday it will begin offering third-generation (3G) wireless data services in four U.S. cities with AT&T Wireless Services Inc by December 2004. The...
TOKYO (Reuters) - NTT DoCoMo Inc, Japan's top mobile telecommunications operator, said on Wednesday it would begin delivery of short video clips over a high-speed third-generation mobile phone to go on sale from next week....