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Mobile Phone Addiction: Is It Real?

Published on July 17th, 2007 | by Babar Bhatti

I know, this sounds like a joke at first but if you think about it and the rising popularity of presence tools like Twitter, the “social impact” of mobile phones and technology starts to make sense. This post is [&hellip... Read More


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Making Sense Of VOIP Choices

Published on July 16th, 2007 | by Babar Bhatti

With so many new voip companies it has become increasingly hard to keep track of their offerings and service quality. Since may voip providers introduce new twists, it makes it even more difficult to compare the services. To solve this problem, a number [&hellip... Read More


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Future of 3G Mobile – Video

Published on July 14th, 2007 | by Babar Bhatti

There’s plenty of debate about what will be the future of 3G – especially now that the fastest growing Asian region seems ready for 3G introduction. Here’s a video interview about the future of 3G. The [&hellip... Read More

Mobile Phones

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Mobile Protests and Activism

Published on July 12th, 2007 | by Babar Bhatti

I recently read a news item that a Chinese city has suspended plans to build a chemical plant after a wave of cell phone text and online messages generated strong opposition to the project. This is [&hellip... Read More

Broadband Internet

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Broadband Counter Strike By PTCL

Published on July 11th, 2007 | by Atif Tahir

In line with government’s plan and PTA’s Broadband policy to increase penetration of Internet in general and broadband in specific, PTCL has rolled out a new promotion “Broadband Pakistan”. PTCL has also slashed rates for Internet Service [&hellip... Read More

Emerging Markets Telecom

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Mobile Commerce: New Regulatory Framework Needed

Published on July 9th, 2007 | by Babar Bhatti

This post in the mobile commerce series provides information about a new study which outlines how the banking and regulatory framework needs to adapt to encourage financial transactions by mobile phones and transform access to financial services in developing countries. This is from a new [&hellip... Read More

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