Mobile phone users choose functions over fun and don't care about size when they switch handsets.
The tech sector's big names have taken a bashing, sliding down popularity league tables following the hi-tech slump.
Deutsche Telekom says it saw strong growth in 2001 with its mobile operations One 2 One and T-Mobile Deutschland adding a million subscribers between them in the last three months.
The video streaming market will grow almost tenfold over the next five years to almost USD 200 million, a report claims.
The FTSE 100 Index made small gains in early trading yesterday (Thurs), helped by rises in tech and telecom stocks.
Simoco Digital Systems in St Andrews Road, Cambridge, has won 'Best New TETRA Product of 2001' for its new walkie-talkie style police radio.
<br/>The award was presented at the TETRA World Congress in Nice. TETRA stands for TErrestrial Trunked RAdio, a worldwide standard for digital mobile radio.
NextGen Sciences Ltd of Huntingdon, Cytomyx plc and Dr Carlos Caldas MD, a researcher at the University of Cambridge and holder of grants from the Cancer Research Campaign, has announced the formation of a three-year programme to develop a series of protein biochips for analysis of breast cancer.
Viagra company Pfizer, is putting 250,000 into research at Cambridge University.
Antenova today releases its first product - a sectored antenna which reduces roll-out costs, improves accuracy and is supplied in tiny 'bolt-on' format for easy basestation retrofit.
Tadpole has won a major US order to supply its mobile computers.
The London market was dragged lower yesterday (Weds) after a mixed update from US chip giant Intel depressed hi-tech stocks.
Chilly weather forces more people online to do their shopping while those who don't have to brave cold snaps are still more likely to go out shopping.
Top UK supermarket Tesco has launched its new internet home shopping service in the US.
The energy industry - along with petroleum and mining - is set to be the IT sector's biggest spender this year.
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Domino Printing Sciences in Bar Hill has announced a 3 per cent rise in sales over the last year, despite a fall in business in America and Britain.
Cambridge University is offering a postgraduate certificate in cross-sector partnership for those who want to move their business forward in this direction.
Marketing Planning Made Easy is the title of the latest new course in the Marketing for High Technology programme from Cambridge Marketing College.
More job cuts could be on the way at Marconi in Cambridge after the troubled telecoms giant announced plans to axe a further 1,000 jobs in the UK.