Items tagged with MMS

While Apple enabled MMS functionality in iPhone OS 3.0, AT&T has, according to the company, held back rolling it out because of potential network issues. In other words, AT&T is saying, "We're not ready!" At least AT&T was saying that. In addition to setting a hard date of Sept. 25th for a rollout of MMS functionality to users, it appears the carrier is staging MMS functionality upgrades, rolling it out across the country gradually. You'll recall that what AT&T did previously was mark the MMS feature in iPhone users' accounts as "opted out." It appears, based on end user reports,... Read more...
When Apple released the iPhone OS 3.0 firmware, there was much angst over the fact that MMS would be included in the package, but not for AT&T users (there has also been angst over lack of tethering but that's another story). Two, count 'em, two lawsuits have been filed over the delays in rolling out MMS, which AT&T said was coming "this summer." Realistically, it's still summer, but the obvious question is "what's taking so long?" The obvious answer is there has to be an issue on the AT&T network. Is it just fear that the network cannot support all those iPhone users sending MMS messages,... Read more...
As part of the WWDC keynote on Monday, a few iPhone OS 3.0 features were announced that made people go "huh?" Why? Because AT&T wasn't going to support them, at least at the start. In terms of new features, that would be MMS and tethering. AT&T spokesperson Seth Bloom told Ars Technica: "We absolutely will offer MMS on iPhone 3G S in the late summer, once we complete some system upgrades that will ensure our customers have the best experience with MMS. These upgrades are unrelated to our 3G network."Now maybe that has to do with what BGR found out. According to BGR, the reason for the MMS... Read more...
Kingston Technology Releases High-Performance 800MHz SO-DIMMS Fountain Valley, CA – June 11, 2008 – Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping HyperX 800MHz low-latency DDR2 SO-DIMM notebook memory kits in 2- and 4GB capacities. The latest offering provides mobile computer users an even greater performance and flexibility option as the SO-DIMMs are pre-programmed with three serial presence detect (SPD) profiles, allowing the memory to work in 800MHz-CL5, 667MHZ-CL4 and 533MHz-CL3 low-latency configurations. The release of the... Read more...
Kingston Technology Releases 800MHz FB-DIMMs Next Generation High-Speed Server Memory Technology Ready for Multiple Platforms Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is releasing a family of 800MHz DDR2 fully-buffered dual-inline memory modules (FB-DIMMs) designed for systems using Intel's Seaburg S5400 chipset. Launching first with its industry-standard ValueRAM modules, Kingston® 800MHz FB-DIMMs are shipping in capacities ranging from 512MB to 4GB. "Today's dual XEON systems using the new 1600MHz front-side bus quad-core processors... Read more...
OCZ Technology Expands DDR2 Value Series Lineup for LaptopsNew High-Density 2GB SODIMMs Sunnyvale, CA—May 11, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today released PC2-5400 2GB SODIMM modules, an addition to their line of premium upgrade laptop memory. Though OCZ is renowned for enthusiast-driven products, their commitment to performance and quality extends to mainstream consumers looking to add value and performance to their systems...... Read more...
Corsair 2GB DDR2-667 SODIMM Memory Modules Bring Performance Enhancement to Notebooks and Mini-PCs -- Designed for current and upcoming Vista-ready platforms, the new ValueSelect SODIMMs provide maximum memory bandwidth to accelerate end-user experience -- FREMONT, CA (January 30, 2007) - Corsair, a worldwide leader in high performance computer products, today unveiled production-ready 2GB DDR2-667 (PC5300) ValueSelectTM SODIMMs. Designed for current generation notebooks and mini-PCs, the new high density SODIMMs allow users to maximize memory bandwidth and minimize performance bottleneck to deliver... Read more...