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29 Apr 2009

one2free launches music app in HK

one2free has launched Musicholic on Hong Kong\'s Next G, offering hit songs and music videos for easy download and streaming to mobile phones and PCs. Musicholic has a collection of more than 700,000 audio files and music videos, and the latest music and artistes\' news available at unlimited access starting for HK$48 per month (about $6.19).

VeriSign releases ID protection app

VeriSign has released its VeriSign Identity Protection (VIP) Access for Mobile credential, available for download onto more than 90 popular mobile phone models. With VIP Access for Mobile, mobile phone users can enjoy strong authentication with a single credential when they log into eBay, PayPal and more than 45 other sites that are part of the VIP Network.

mig33 launches mobile fan clubs for Indian Premier League teams

mig33 has tied up with five of the Indian Premier League teams to establish dedicated mobile fan clubs for each of them. The platform that mig33 is launching in India enables a two-way engagement process - through the mobile phone -- between IPL teams in South Africa and their fans back in India and around the world.

MasterCard launches ATM hunter

MasterCard Worldwide has launched through the Apple App Store its MasterCard ATM Hunter application, which lets iPhone and iPod touch users to easily locate the nearest ATM anywhere in the world.

Users can customize their hunt based on their unique banking needs such as focusing their search to a specific financial institution if they need to make a deposit or wish to avoid ATM withdrawal fees.

InterAcct allows lottery purchases in China

InterAcct Solutions (IAS) Group announced that its Wallet Management service deployed in China Mobile Communication now enables lottery transactions in Beijing. IAS Group has deployed this solution in China Mobile in partnership with Union Mobile Pay.

FreeBe TV now on iPhone

ROK Entertainment Group said its FreeBe TV is now iPhone compatible, in addition to Nokia, Samsung and Motorola devices. The service is viewable online and is streamed over 2.5G GPRS, 3G or Wi-Fi to mobile phones.

Spb Software releases next-gen user interface for Windows phones

Spb Software has released Spb Mobile Shell 3.0, the next-generation user interface for Windows phones that are in use at work and at play. The application offers distinctive \'professional\' and \'lifestyle\' desktops, integration of picture contacts with Facebook, widgets, responsive kinetic scrolling and others.

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