NZ Vs PAK | Match 33 Jun 26, 2019
NZ 203/5 (46.3)
SCOW Vs NEDW | Match 2 Jun 26, 2019
NEDW 55/1 (8.4)
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Jul 10, 2015
Indian films songs banned as ringtones in BangladeshA Bangladeshi court today barred mobile phone users from using film songs from India and other nations in the sub-continent as ringtones or welcome tunes, in a ruling likely to affect the country's 121 million subscribers.
Nov 03, 2014
US space agency to launch space sounds as ringtonesOut of the world mobile ringtones are set to be launched, literally, as NASA recently released over half a century of sounds from space.
Aug 03, 2013
Tired of songs? Try exotic bird calls as mobile ringtonesTired of the “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” song ‘Zinda’ ringtone playing on your phone? Why not try the original bird calls of the green-backed Tit or the chestnut-breasted partridge instead?
Jul 30, 2013
5 Places where using your smartphone is a bad ideaYou know you’re addicted to your smartphone, but don't use it here!
Jan 21, 2010
Egypt's Religious Authority Says Koran Ringtones InappropriateUsing Koranic verses and the call to prayer as mobile phone ringtones is inappropriate and violates the sanctity of the word of God, says Egypt's highest religious legal authority.
Jul 12, 2008
Mobile Services In Rural Areas To Drive VAS MarketClose alliances and partnerships will bring together the diverse building blocks necessary for delivering high-value VAS.
Mar 21, 2007
Hutch Launches Phone-backup ServiceTelecom Service Provider Hutch, has announced a phone back-up service for its customers.
Mar 09, 2007
WWE Teams With AT&T On Content DealAT&T announces exclusive content agreement with World Wrestling Entertainment, for 3G customers in the US.
Feb 09, 2007
Deliver Video to Mobile Phones With MyxerflixMobile personalization site, Myxer, has launched of MyxerFlix, a new service that simplifies the delivery of video to mobile phones.
Dec 13, 2006
Local Virtual Mobile Mart LaunchedIkon infoservices has launched www.SMS.in that allows users to browse and discover features compatible with their personal handsets for free.