Nokia Launches New Mobile Software Solution for Carriers
Oct 25, 2004, 10:44 AM by (staff)
Nokia today launched Preminet®, a new end-to-end turnkey solution for wireless carriers to deliver a high-quality catalog of mobile software and content. Preminet includes a master catalog of certified Java and Symbian software and games from leading developers, as well as content such as ringtones and graphics. In addition to the catalog, Preminet includes a delivery and billing platform, as well as an optional, operator-brandable client application. The solution works with both CDMA and GSM networks, as well as WAP, SMS and Web delivery methods, and integrates with existing systems, including content delivery gateways, authentication systems and billing platforms.
Facebook Rings Up Food Order and Delivery Feature
Facebook today made it possible for Android, iOS, and web users to order food for takeout or delivery without leaving the app. The social network has partnered with a number of food delivery services, including Delivery.com, DoorDash, ChowNow, EatStreet, Slice, and Olo, as well as a handful of restaurants, including Papa John’s, Wingstop, Panera, Jack in the Box, TGI Friday’s, Denny’s, Chipotle, and Five Guys.
Apple Targets Augmented Reality
Apple says its new mobile platform will soon become the biggest augmented reality platform with the adoption of ARKit, a new way for developer to take advantage of existing iOS hardware and software to generate AR experiences. Apple is already working with game and other content developers to bring AR to the iPhone and iPad.
Google Search Results Now Let People Place Food Orders
Google has updated its mobile search tool to make it easier to order food for delivery. Users who search for restaurants can place orders directly from the search results as long as the restaurant in question uses Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu, or MyPizza.com to make the actual delivery.
AT&T to Buy Time Warner for $85.4 Billion
AT&T has agreed to purchase Time Warner for $85.4 billion in a stock-and-cash deal that will merge AT&T's delivery networks with Time Warner's vast catalog of content. AT&T believes the combined companies will be able to save $1 billion per year once fully merged.
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