Mobile Magazine


''Mobile Magazine'' is an online publication which started in December 2000.Mobile Magazine's first posting, "Aluminum Power to change Mobile Devices"
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mobile phones
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digital cameras
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, and other portable electronics and computing devices as well as automotive technology. ''Mobile Magazine'' is a registered trademark with the USPTO and CIPO, in the USA and Canada respectively, and owned by Navneet Narula. In June 2005, "Mobile PC" published by Future Network USA changed their name to "Mobile". A cease and desist order on the use of the confusingly similar magazine name and website domain was sent to Future Network USA. The print publication "Mobile" ceased publication as of November 2005 due to undetermined reasons and the domain name was transferred to Pilato Private Consulting. Outstanding subscriptions to ''Mobile PC'' were fulfilled by subscriptions to ''
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'', a sister technical magazine.


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