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Mozilla Unlocks the Power of the Web on Mobile with Firefox OS

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Mozilla is excited to share that today 18 operators at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona announced their commitment to Firefox OS, which will power the world’s first Open Web Devices. These operators include: América Móvil, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, Hutchison Three Group, KDDI, KT, MegaFon, Qtel, SingTel, Smart,...
Mozilla Unlocks the Power of the Web on Mobile with Firefox OS

Intel Finds a Russian MegaFon for its Android Ambitions

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While Intel is still hopeful of convincing the world’s biggest smartphone makers to adopt its processors, a big part of its current business is tapping smaller players aiming to make a name for themselves. The latest company to fit that bill is MegaFon, a lesser known but fast-growing Russian cell...
Intel Finds a Russian MegaFon for its Android Ambitions

Win a vacay for downloading 419GB over 3G?

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Well, only in Russia, where telco MegaFon doled out prizes for those who used the most amount of data on its 3G unlimited data service....
Win a vacay for downloading 419GB over 3G?

Mozilla expands the reach of Firefox OS with new LG and Huawei partnerships, coming to 17 global carriers in mid-2013 launch

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Presenting the latest updates to its web-based mobile operating system, Firefox OS, at Mobile World Congress 2013, Mozilla announced today that it has expanded its range of handset partners, bringing aboard LG and Huawei (later this year) to expand the reach of its platform. The company already had Alcatel and ZTE aboard,...
Mozilla expands the reach of Firefox OS with new LG and Huawei partnerships, coming to 17 global carriers in mid-2013 launch

Hands-on with Firefox OS: ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire

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At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, Mozilla gave us a crucial first look at two smartphones running the upcoming Firefox OS platform – the ZTE Open and the Alcatel One Touch. It’s been known for a while that both OEMs were developing hardware for Mozilla’s latest venture, but today...
Hands-on with Firefox OS: ZTE Open and Alcatel One Touch Fire

Motorola Details the RAZR i, its First Phone with Intel Inside

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Motorola is using a London event on Tuesday to show off its first phone powered with an Intel processor. The RAZR i packs a 2GHz Intel processor and a 4.3-inch edge-to-edge touchscreen–the fastest such chip ever included in a Motorola phone. The added processing power is particularly useful when taking...
Motorola Details the RAZR i, its First Phone with Intel Inside

Samsung Galaxy S III to become Russia's first LTE phone, reach 17 cities on December 20th

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LTE has been available in Russia for some time, but it's largely been the province of modems and tablets until now. Samsung wants 4G to be more pocketable in St. Petersburg -- it's launching the quad-core Galaxy S III LTE as the country's first LTE smartphone. The flagship should...
Samsung Galaxy S III to become Russia's first LTE phone, reach 17 cities on December 20th

Intel brings Medfield to Russia with the MegaFon Mint

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The Intel-powered mobile machine has been slowly picking up pace this year. Now, the chip-maker has signed up a new partner in the form of Russian operator MegaFon. So, it looks like we might see another (and we must say familiar looking) network-branded Android Medfield phone in the form...
Intel brings Medfield to Russia with the MegaFon Mint

Mozilla makes strides with mobile-oriented Firefox OS

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Last week we suggested a few things to keep an eye out for at Mobile World Congress, and last night we had our first sighting. Mozilla announced a greatly expanded line-up for its Firefox OS. Firefox OS, or FOS, is interesting because it is entirely ‘web-based,’ meaning the average...
Mozilla makes strides with mobile-oriented Firefox OS
Intel-based MegaFon Mint launches in Russia, available today for about $550

In its quest to take the Google out of Android, Russia's Yandex opens new app store

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Russia’s Yandex has finally rolled out the alternative Android store that it was talking about last year, adding a major piece to its Google-rivaling suite of services for Android-based phones. The company now offers users search, maps, mail and apps, all without a Google logo in sight. “We are joining...
In its quest to take the Google out of Android, Russia's Yandex opens new app store

Russian carrier MegaFon holds contest that gives 'unlimited 3G data' a whole new meaning

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Unlimited data plans may be a distant memory for most in the US, but the situation is looking much better in Russia. There's perhaps no better example of this than a recent contest orchestrated by MegaFon, the country's second-largest cellular provider. The company challenged its customers to usurp as...
Russian carrier MegaFon holds contest that gives 'unlimited 3G data' a whole new meaning

DealBook: Shares in MegaFon of Russia Fall After I.P.O.

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The initial offering of the Russian cellphone operator MegaFon raised $1.7 billion, making it Europe's second-largest offering this year, but the market seem unimpressed on the first day of trading....
DealBook: Shares in MegaFon of Russia Fall After I.P.O.

A Russian Citizen Won A Contest By Downloading More Data Than Anyone Else In The Country

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A Russian citizen downloaded more 3G data than anyone else in the country and won a nice vacation in the process, reports The Next Web. Between November 1 and January 31, customers who bought a 3G modem from Russian telecom provider MegaFon were encouraged to go nuts and download to...
A Russian Citizen Won A Contest By Downloading More Data Than Anyone Else In The Country

Russia’s Facebook is ‘holding back’ digital music

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The music industry is battling to stop piracy through Russia’s largest social network so that it can turn the country from a digital backwater in to a top music market. vKontakte, which is often called a Facebook copycat for its similar features and design, includes built-in file sharing. In a...
Russia’s Facebook is ‘holding back’ digital music

Russia's Growth Leads Yuri Milner Back As Ostrovok Takes $25M From General Catalyst, Accel and Others

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It’s often difficult to discern the mind of Yuri Milner. Despite building his investments out of Russia initially, he hasn’t invested in a startup there for over there years. What’s luring him back? No doubt the enormous growth and potential of the market there. So it’s not a huge surprise...
Russia's Growth Leads Yuri Milner Back As Ostrovok Takes $25M From General Catalyst, Accel and Others

Mobile Messaging Consolidates: Myriad Buys Struggling Synchronica For $38M

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Some consolidation afoot in the evolving world of mobile messaging: one messaging provider, Switzerland’s Myriad Group, is buying a UK-based rival, Synchronica, for £23.9 million (around $38 million), in what looks like an all-share deal. Myriad says the deal will make it one of the biggest providers of messaging services...
Mobile Messaging Consolidates: Myriad Buys Struggling Synchronica For $38M

More Google spurning: Yandex to offer an alternative Android app store

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Russian search and Internet services giant Yandex is on a roll today. First, it announced the release of a custom Internet browser, and the company seems poised to set off a few more alarm clocks over at the Googleplex. Yandex is today announcing that it will soon offer an alternative...
More Google spurning: Yandex to offer an alternative Android app store

In Russia, downloading 419GB over 3G in one week wins you a $5000 holiday

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Whilst mobile operators in Europe and North America seem to be doing all they can to restrict the amount of data downloaded by their customers, Russian carrier MegaFon wants its customers to enjoy the true definition of unlimited data by handing out prizes worth up to 1 million rubles ($33,000) to...
In Russia, downloading 419GB over 3G in one week wins you a $5000 holiday

Russian mobile network MegaFon confirms London IPO

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Mobile operator owned by Russia's richest man expected to float 15-20% of shares on London and Moscow exchangesLondon's largest initial public offering of the year has been launched, with Russian tycoon Alisher Usmanov's mobile operator MegaFon confirming it intends to float before Christmas.Usmanov - who is Russia's richest man, according...
Russian mobile network MegaFon confirms London IPO

Russian mobile operator MegaFon limps over line at London listing | Nils Pratley

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UK investors still have good reasons to be nervous about being minority shareholders in an oligarch-dominated ventureIt was the largest capital raising in London by a telecoms company since 2001 and the first big Russian arrival since 2007. But MegaFon hardly sprinted over the line.The shares, which the company hoped...
Russian mobile operator MegaFon limps over line at London listing | Nils Pratley

Intel Confirms Medfield x86 Chips Don't Support LTE Yet -- But Says It Won't Be Long Coming

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Intel’s second bite at the smartphone market has been more akin to a gentle nibbling around the edges. At the end of last year the chipmaker teased a smartphone reference design running its Medfield x86 Atom SoC. Nine months later Intel chips have found their way inside six real world smartphones, yet...
Intel Confirms Medfield x86 Chips Don't Support LTE Yet -- But Says It Won't Be Long Coming

Russian carrier gives $5,000 vacation to its most data hungry customer

www.engadget.com
Use more data, win more prizes. It may sound counterintuitive, but that's exactly what Russian operator MegaFon is offering to its subscribers, as part of a curious 3G promotion. It all began back in November, when the provider announced a rather straightforward contest: customers who downloaded the most data...
Russian carrier gives $5,000 vacation to its most data hungry customer
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