May 8, 2003
Motorola’s new IM-FREE product allows kids to access their precious instant messenging programs via a wireless device so they don’t always have to sit at the PC.
PR newswire article
Nokia has an interesting idea: get ad students to make ads, get viewers involved in rating and choosing them, and run the spots nationally.
New Nokia research shows that the Media Messaging Services (MMS) market is set to take off. MMS offers photo messaging, video/audio clips and mobile internet access to users with specially equipped cell phones. The research suggests MMS will supplement, not replace, SMS and other text-based messaging. Japanese trends suggest that once MMS is widely adopted in the US, it will create demand for much richer content services, and therefore a new specialized media landscape.
research reported in unstrung.com article