Mobile TeleSystems OJSC (MTS), the largest mobile phone operator in Russia and the CIS, announces that the Company received a 3G (UMTS) license in Uzbekistan.
Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Microsoft Corp. have forged a partnership to enable countries in the Asia Pacific region to benefit from new opportunities created by Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), which ADB views as a critical component in ensuring sustainable economic growth in the region.
Softline International in cooperation with Kaspersky Laboratory will hold workshop entitled “Kaspersky Open Space Security: a new concept of corporate security” in Tashkent on 30 April.
Subscribers’ base of MTS-Uzbekistan increased by 75,971 users in March 2007 to 1.702 million people.
Motorola hit back for the first time on Wednesday at Carl Icahn, the billionaire Wall Street investor who is seeking a seat on the struggling US mobile phone maker’s board by waging a proxy battle.
Is Research in Motion’s growth too fast for its network to handle? Customers forced to go cold turkey want to know.
The servers deliver a 50% performance boost and blend Fujitsu’s mainframe technology with Sun’s Solaris operating system, which is offered under Sun’s open source license.
Speaking at Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco Eric Schmidt, Google CEO, announced a new addition to Google Docs and Spreadsheets: Presentations, a Web based alternative to MS PowerPoint. According to Google’s blog the new service will be based on the technology developed by Tonic System, a company Google acquired.