By Humberto Saabedra on January 19, 2014
The future of Tizen as a commercial platform is in doubt after its only carrier partner suspends plans for a commercial launch.
By Humberto Saabedra on January 7, 2013
NTT DoCoMo and NEC Casio try their hand at the failed dual-screen Android device. Is the third attempt following the failures of the Kyocera Echo and Sony Tablet P the one that gets it?
By Humberto Saabedra on January 3, 2013
After a few days of speculation, Samsung officially confirms plans to release Tizen-powered smartphones later this year.
By Humberto Saabedra on October 18, 2011
Japan’s NTT DoCoMo has leaked the complete hardware specifications for the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the second Google Nexus device from Samsung and the first to support LTE. The device will also be the first smartphone to be shipped with a 720p resolution display. Verizon is expected to launch the phone first, though a tweet […]
By Humberto Saabedra on September 6, 2009
Online newspaper Japan Today reports that Japanese megacarrier NTT DoCoMo is considering launching services in the US next year as a full service virtual operator leasing network capacity from either AT&T Mobility or T-Mobile, as DoCoMo has business relationships with both carriers in the US via their DoCoMo USA subsidiary. Currently, NTT DoCoMo has a […]
By Christopher Price on April 8, 2009
At PhoneNews.com, our only bias is to the consumer. But, at MechaWorks, we’re all fans of Sega. It’s practically a job requirement. (Note: No, it’s not a job requirement, we’ll hire you even if you think Sony is better… or even… Nintendo. No Microsoft though. Okay, Microsoft.). And, the folks at DoCoMo had to rub […]
By Justin Montgomery on August 19, 2008
Japan has entered an aggressive push to market its advanced mobile technology and handsets abroad. The Japanese government together with a group of mobile industry carriers and manufacturers created the initiative as an approach to help Japan catch up in global mobile-marketplace. One of the primary wireless innovations Japan wants to see on a global […]
By Christopher Price on November 5, 2007
USA Today is reporting that Google will announce a new group dedicated to help develop the operating system of its rumored new device later today. The group currently consists of Motorola, Sprint Nextel, Samsung, and Japanese service provider NTT DoCoMo who are also known for developing W-CDMA, the underlying standard behind UMTS and HSDPA. The […]