SIM Technology from Samsung to Bridge the Gap
Feb 12, 2007, 8:24 AM by (staff)
Samsung introduced new SIM card technology today will support the current MMC (MultiMediaCard) standard interface and both the USB 2.0 and InterChip-USB interfaces. It hasn't been decided which USB interface will be settled upon as the new standard, so this SIM card technology gives mobile operators and SIM card makers a lot of flexibility in building future services that are compatible with both the old and new standards. Controlled by a separate microprocessor that has its own RAM, the S-SIM automatically configures itself to whichever interface it detects, allowing instant support for advanced services like near-field communications.
Google’s New Pixel Phones to Ship with Embedded eSIM
Google today revealed that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets will include an optional, built-in eSIM card, allowing people to bypass the use of traditional SIM cards. According to Google, the eSIMs will be compatible with its own Project Fi service.
Macate Intros the Secure GATCA Elite Smartphone
Macate today announced the GATCA Elite, a smartphone that boasts advanced security tools. The phone was designed with VIPs in mind.
Apple, Samsung to Adopt GSMA-Backed Electronic SIMs
The GSMA said it is in advanced talks with Apple and Samsung to adopt the nearly-finalized electronic SIM card standard moving forward. The GSMA has been working with the industry on electronic SIMs for some time and is close to announcing a final standard.
Huawei Mate S Has Force Touch
Huawei today announced the Mate S, its new flagship Android smartphone. Its most notable feature is Force Touch, which precisely measures pressure on its touch screen.
Microsoft Prepping Own SIM for Windows 10 Devices
Microsoft has published a new app for Windows 10 devices meant to help people connect to and pay for data networks using their Microsoft account. According to the app's description, Windows 10 device owners can view locally available plans and sign up for contract-free service directly from their device.