Some breast cancer Web sites inaccurate study finds

Some breast cancer Web sites inaccurate study finds
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Five percent of breast cancer Web sites have mistakes, with those involving alternative or complementary medicine the most likely to be misleading, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Samsung hopes to have Google phone early 2009
BARCELONA (Reuters) – Korea’s Samsung Electronics hopes to have a phone based on Google’s Android mobile phone software platform by early next year, it said at the Mobile World Congress on Monday.[Lees verder]

TI to demonstrate prototype Google Android phone
BARCELONA (Reuters) – Texas Instruments Inc said on Monday it would demonstrate a prototype cell phone based on Android, the highly anticipated mobile phone operating system being built by Web search leader Google Inc.[Lees verder]

Music on mobiles found to be a favorite in China
BARCELONA (Reuters) – More than a third of mobile phone owners in China, the world’s largest mobile market, use their handsets to listen to music, more than in Britain or the United States, a study showed.[Lees verder]

EU pressures operators to lower data roaming rates
BARCELONA (Reuters) – After forcing Europe’s mobile operators to cut rates for making and receiving phone calls abroad, the European Union’s top telecoms regulator has set her sights on prices for downloading and surfing the Web wirelessly.[Lees verder]

Some breast cancer Web sites inaccurate study finds
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Five percent of breast cancer Web sites have mistakes, with those involving alternative or complementary medicine the most likely to be misleading, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Samsung hopes to have Google phone early 2009
BARCELONA (Reuters) – Korea’s Samsung Electronics hopes to have a phone based on Google’s Android mobile phone software platform by early next year, it said at the Mobile World Congress on Monday.[Lees verder]

TI to demonstrate prototype Google Android phone
BARCELONA (Reuters) – Texas Instruments Inc said on Monday it would demonstrate a prototype cell phone based on Android, the highly anticipated mobile phone operating system being built by Web search leader Google Inc.[Lees verder]

Music on mobiles found to be a favorite in China
BARCELONA (Reuters) – More than a third of mobile phone owners in China, the world’s largest mobile market, use their handsets to listen to music, more than in Britain or the United States, a study showed.[Lees verder]

EU pressures operators to lower data roaming rates
BARCELONA (Reuters) – After forcing Europe’s mobile operators to cut rates for making and receiving phone calls abroad, the European Union’s top telecoms regulator has set her sights on prices for downloading and surfing the Web wirelessly.[Lees verder]