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  • iximobile1 iximobile1 Jun 17, 2007 2:31 PM Flag

    is IXI Mobile a threat to the Blackberry?

    IXI Mobile, with its' new device, targeting a completely different market - a bigger one by the way, the market of middle-class, students and youngsters.

    Is this the next RIMM? �Blackberry for the masses�

    ISLT.OB (IXI Mobile) - The new Blackberry: OGO 2.0

    IXI produces the 'Blackberry for the masses'. since the blackberry is so expensive, IXI Mobile offers an excellent solution for the middle-class population:

    OGO 2.0

    it costs almost nothing, only $15 a month, so INTEL and TEXAS Instruments assume it�s going to be a big hit on the markets. IXI have already started marketing the ogo 2.0 in EUROPE, ASIA, RUSSIA, SOUTH AMERICA and soon in the US.

    IXI Mobile is soon to be registered on NASDAQ. check company�s filings here: http://www.otcbb.com/asp/info_center.asp?symbol=ISLT

    IXI Mobile is a designer, manufacturer and marketer of the new �BlackBerry/ Sidekick-for the masses� called �OGO�. Who is behind the OGO?
    Intel and Texas Instruments invested big numbers in this project.

    And while RIMM is a ** 32 Billion-Dollars ** company, IXI is just a 100 Million dollars company � # 320 # times cheaper, so the potential for us investors is almost unlimited.

    IXI is expected by Intel & Texas Instruments to be the new world leader in this field, so do your math about future Market Cap�

    OGO IS A DEVICE WITH EXACTLY THE SAME FUNCTIONS AS THE FAMOUS BLACKBERRY. However, it is much much MUCH cheaper. While the blackberry costs $600 + \$60 a month, the OGO costs only $30 with $15 a month. Yes, those are the numbers! That�s why the OGO is expected to be a true Blackberry-for-the-masses, especially among students and youngsters.

    ABOUT THE OGO 2.0: A Mobile Messenger or a Swiss Army Knife?

    OGO keeps you �in the loop� while you�re on the go with push-based technology that automatically delivers email and other data to your device. And with the integrated phone*, browser, rss-feeds, sms and organizer applications, you can easily manage all your information and communication from a single, integrated device.



    Go to the company�s website to learn more: http://www.IXI.com/

    Or go directly to the OGO�s website here: http://www.OGO.com

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      Shares in Apple shot up 2.5 per cent to $134.50 yesterday on the back of quotes attributed to a JP Morgan analyst that Apple planned to release a smaller version of its iPhone � which went on sale in the US two weeks ago � at the end of the year.

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      California-based Minerva Industries is seeking a "reasonable royalty" of between 5% and 7% of wholesale BlackBerry sales retroactive to 2004, Minerva's lawyer, Marc Fenster, said Tuesday.

      RIM revealed the lawsuit in a regulatory filing, noting Minerva is seeking an injunction and monetary damages.

      "At this time, the likelihood of damages or recoveries and the ultimate amounts, if any, with respect to this litigation is not determinable," RIM said in a document filed yesterday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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      "There's nothing to plug them into in their huts," laughs Don Morrison, chief operating officer of the Waterloo, Ont.-based company.

      All kidding aside, the continent does present enormous potential for RIM. The company currently operates in nine countries, including those wandered by the Maasai, and would love to expand into neighbouring nations as well as see more growth in those it already serves. A number, including Ghana, Egypt and South Africa, are surprisingly well developed while Nigeria - with a population north of 140 million - is a huge market that has yet to be fully tapped, Mr. Morrison says.

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    • iPhone facing flak over batteries

      AP[ MONDAY, JULY 09, 2007 02:17:17 PM]

      Surf 'N' Earn -Sign innow

      SAN JOSE: A consumer advocacy group has expressed outrage over Apple Inc's battery replacement programme for the iPhone, while developers and hackers are trying to figure out ways they could expand the capabilities of the hot new gadget.

      The hybrid cell phone, iPod media player and wireless Web-browsing device launched with much fanfare on June 29.

      On the same day, the Foundation for Consumer and Taxpayer Rights fired off a letter to Apple and AT&T Inc., the cell phone's exclusive carrier, complaining that customers were being left in the dark about the procedure and cost of replacing the gadget's battery.

      The iPhone's battery is apparently soldered on inside the device and cannot be swapped out by the owner like most other cell phones.

      Apple spokeswoman Jennifer Hakes said on Thursday the company posted the battery replacement details on its Web site last Friday after the product went on sale.

      Users would have to submit their iPhone to Apple for battery service. The service will cost users $79, plus $6.95 for shipping, and will take three business days.

      The procedure is similar to the one it has for the company's best-selling iPod players, but because some users will not want to live without their cell phones, Apple is also offering a loaner iPhone for $29 while the gadget is under repair.

      Harvey Rosenfield, founder of the Santa Monica, Calif.-based consumer watchdog group that wrote the letter last week, contends the iPhone's battery and repair costs should have been clearly disclosed earlier.

    • REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and VIENNA, Austria, June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- mobilkom austria the leading mobile operator in Austria with more than 3.6 million customers and a market share of 38.7%, launched Ogo(TM) -- the mobile messaging device in Austria.

      Ogo features a high resolution screen, built-in stereo speakers and external memory slot for an optimal visual/audio experience. The full keyboard and sleek design encourage user interaction designed especially for, email, MSN and ICQ on the go.

    • REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and VIENNA, Austria, June 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- mobilkom austria the leading mobile operator in Austria with more than 3.6 million customers and a market share of 38.7%, launched Ogo(TM) -- the mobile messaging device in Austria.

      Ogo features a high resolution screen, built-in stereo speakers and external memory slot for an optimal visual/audio experience. The full keyboard and sleek design encourage user interaction designed especially for, email, MSN and ICQ on the go.

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