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Students rebel against IT
Not so long ago students fought tooth and nail to get into IT courses. Now, they are shunning such studies, with massive implications for Ireland's reputation as a high-tech centre.
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Ericsson losses mount as market worsens
Mobile network equipment maker Ericsson on Friday said that orders for its products have fallen by 46 percent as pre-tax losses came in wider-than-expected.
October 18 in MARKETS

Irish Distillers implements mobile CRM
Although its brands come with a long and distinguished history, drinks company Irish Distillers has jumped into the new century with a mobile CRM solution.
October 18 in WIRELESS

Nokia forecasts strong profitability
Despite the sluggish growth of the market, the world's top mobile phone maker, Nokia, has reported a slight increase in sales and a jump in operating profits.
October 17 in MARKETS

MobileAware jobs in doubt
Irish mobile technology company MobileAware named a new president this week amidst rumours of job cuts and other restructuring moves.
October 16 in BUSINESS

Motorola posts profits and denies rumour
Amid speculation about a disposal of its semiconductor unit, wireless communications pioneer Motorola says it is profitable after 18 months of losses.
October 16 in MARKETS

Vodafone to take control of SFR
Vodafone has agreed to buy further stakes in French telecoms company Cegetel in two deals that will give it majority control over it and mobile phone arm SFR.
October 16 in INVESTMENT

Opera looks to bring curtain down on WAP
A new technique for displaying Web content on the tiny screens of handheld computers has been developed by Norway-based Opera, spelling trouble for incumbents.
October 14 in BUSINESS

Mobile growth to stagnate in Europe
Western Europe's mobile phone market will stagnate at around the 300 million mark, says a new report, and growth in Ireland has already slowed to virtually nil.
October 11 in WIRELESS

Premium messaging tipped as a top earner
Revenues in Europe from premium mobile messaging will outstrip those from on-line advertising by 2006, according to new research.
October 10 in ADS & MARKETING

Cattle inspectors go mobile with XDA
O2 Ireland's XDA mobile device is to be used to gather performance data on Irish cattle as O2 looks to seal further deals with industry-specific groups.
October 10 in WIRELESS

Hutchison unveils 3G brand
Hutchison Whampoa, a holder of one of Ireland's 3G licences, has launched the brand identity for its 3G service, months after the brand name was leaked.
October 09 in ADS & MARKETING

Zamano inks new deal with RTE
Irish company Zamano has partnered with RTE in launching its newest wireless game as the business looks to expand its potential market.
October 08 in WIRELESS

Fujitsu builds mobile-controlled robot
Japan's Fujitsu said on Monday that it had built a new security robot for domestic or office use that can be controlled remotely with a mobile phone.
October 07 in HOME & GADGETS

DoCoMo writes-off billions in 3G assets
NTT DoCoMo has announced it is to write-off YEN573 billion (USD4.7 billion) from its 3G assets overseas to reflect the losses in the value of these investments.
October 02 in WIRELESS

O2 says it will meet half-year goals
O2 claimed on Tuesday that it is on-target to achieve its projected revenue and cost goals, as the firm readies its soon-to-launch MMS service.
October 01 in WIRELESS

BT to re-enter the mobile market
One year after spinning off its wireless arm, UK telecoms giant BT has said it will re-enter the mobile communications market after signing a deal with mmO2.
October 01 in WIRELESS

Cyantel launches mobile child finder
Irish telecom software developer Cyantel has developed a new technology that allows parents to pin down the location of their children using a mobile phone.
September 30 in WIRELESS

Customers warm to new AIB top-up scheme
AIB customers have taken to a new service that allows them to top-up their mobile phones via the telephone or PC.
September 25 in WIRELESS

Sofia Digital marries MMS and television
A Finnish company has developed a system that enables MMS messages to be broadcast over digital television.
September 24 in WIRELESS

O2 opens up SMS marketing to SMEs
O2 Ireland has launched a premium SMS platform that lets companies market their services across Europe without having to sign-up with individual mobile operators.
September 23 in WIRELESS



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